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2013-04-18 12:04:10 PM
OK that was funny. Especially since most of the time I see Harrison Ford on a talk show he's stoned out of his gourd.
 
2013-04-18 12:36:27 PM
...She was MY WIFE!!!!
 
2013-04-18 12:45:13 PM
Harrison Ford's wife (divorced in 1979!)

www.netquake.net

Future broken home

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\just sayin'
 
2013-04-18 12:46:22 PM

bdub77: OK that was funny. Especially since most of the time I see Harrison Ford on a talk show he's stoned out of his gourd.


Saw it last night.  I also saw him on Letterman an I get the impression he is was not so much stoned as he  really hates doing the talk show thing.  He looks more uncomfortable and disinterested then stoned.

/I did think he was going to punch Kimmel at one point.
 
2013-04-18 12:57:36 PM

xtalman: Saw it last night. I also saw him on Letterman an I get the impression he is was not so much stoned as he really hates doing the talk show thing. He looks more uncomfortable and disinterested then stoned.


I get that impression from him as well. It seems like he really enjoys making movies, but promoting them are equivalent to root canals for him.

/looking forward to seeing him in Ender's Game
 
2013-04-18 01:04:35 PM
Jesus, he looks old. He looks like he belongs in a home...On tatooine. Near the power convertors.

don't punch me you crotchety old fart
 
2013-04-18 01:06:19 PM
That actually turned out to be pretty funny... nice to see HF's sense of humor come out.
 
2013-04-18 01:08:18 PM

indarwinsshadow: Jesus, he looks old. He looks like he belongs in a home...On tatooine. Near the power convertors.


He belongs in a museum!
 
2013-04-18 01:10:42 PM
Watch his interview on "inside the actors studio", he isn't anywhere near as woooden.
 
2013-04-18 01:14:45 PM
We get a glimmer of the Han Solo we know and love, and a heap of "holy shiat he's old".
 
2013-04-18 01:15:52 PM

loki see loki do: indarwinsshadow: Jesus, he looks old. He looks like he belongs in a home...On tatooine. Near the power convertors.

He belongs in a museum!


+1.....Well Played!
 
2013-04-18 01:15:56 PM
Once you go Wookie you always want that nookie.
 
2013-04-18 01:19:03 PM
He played it serious and had fooled. I laughed.
 
2013-04-18 01:28:52 PM
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She was my wife!
 
2013-04-18 01:51:23 PM
Mom leans down and says "my sentiments exactly."
 
2013-04-18 01:55:34 PM
I dunno, it looked like him being totally bored and upset for the first few questions was a complete setup for what came after.

/ but yeah, I know he has a rep for disliking interviews and this was just one clip
 
2013-04-18 02:08:28 PM
I was waiting for "Dude, don't even get me started." and complaining Billy D Williams is having an affair with Callista Flockhart.
 
2013-04-18 02:30:40 PM

Fano: Mom leans down and says "my sentiments exactly."


Egad, a bad tone denotes a bad age.

/snake. head.
 
2013-04-18 02:33:57 PM
Harrison Ford going senile makes me sad :(
 
2013-04-18 03:09:30 PM
Who was that old man and where is Han Solo?
 
2013-04-18 03:25:27 PM
Sort of awkward and sad.  This just reinforces what we learned from the 2012 RNC.

Even very successful actors really need scripts.

/at least Han Solo wasn't talking to an empty chair
//Han shot first.
 
2013-04-18 03:25:48 PM
Didn't he already do this a while back or am I confusing time lines again?
 
2013-04-18 03:26:59 PM
I've seen more than a few interviews of the man over the years and he plainly doesn't like how closely tied he is to the Han Solo character.

But, I suspect that this may be a hint that he may be warming up to the concept of doing the movies again.

I'm betting that he'll be requiring a guaranteed death for Han somewhere in there so he can put the character to rest and behind him, once and for all.
 
2013-04-18 03:46:46 PM
I suspect that the box office disappointment of The Mosquito Coast* irrevocably broke his spirit for acting. Since then, all he's done is to zombie-walk through all of his roles bearing the countenance of one who has a perma-schmear of invisible, permafresh pigsh*t on his upper lip.

*In my opinion the second-best acting job (following Raiders of the Lost Ark) of his carreer.

Really, name a truly great (or even non-perfunctory) performance he's given since 1986. Hell, name a performance where he doesn't seem to just want to not be there. I can't.
 
2013-04-18 03:54:20 PM

Hebalo: We get a glimmer of the Han Solo we know and love, and a heap of "holy shiat he's old".


Yeah, Clint Eastwood totally sucked in Gran Torino. Listen, if done correctly, old Han Solo and old Indiana Jones can still work. Crystal Skull sucked, but not because of HF.
 
2013-04-18 03:57:41 PM

trackerbri: Sort of awkward and sad.  This just reinforces what we learned from the 2012 RNC.

Even very successful actors really need scripts.

/at least Han Solo wasn't talking to an empty chair
//Han shot first.


You really think that wasn't scripted?

The first edition of Harrison Ford/Chewbacca fued on Jimmy Kimmel
 
2013-04-18 04:04:15 PM
I remember him doing press for Firewall and he was pretty animated with Stewart (or was it Conan). The whole "when will bad guys realize that farking with your family will always lead to you killing them" and "I hope they don't, I need job security" exchange was funny.
 
2013-04-18 04:05:53 PM

Sinbox: Really, name a truly great (or even non-perfunctory) performance he's given since 1986. Hell, name a performance where he doesn't seem to just want to not be there. I can't.


I think you can say that in Presumed Innocent, The Devil's Own and The Fugitive you could say he gave some good performances. I think some other people would say that about the Ryan flicks and Air Force One as well.

My wife even got me to watch Sabrina. He seems to have fun in that one.

I won't argue with you on Hollywood Homicide, Firewall and Cowboys and Aliens though. He slept through those
 
2013-04-18 04:08:02 PM
Sinbox:

Really, name a truly great (or even non-perfunctory) performance he's given since 1986. Hell, name a performance where he doesn't seem to just want to not be there. I can't.

I thought he did a fine job chewing scenery as a sort-of bad guy in Cowboys & Aliens.  Say what you want about the film as a whole, but I enjoyed his part of it.
 
2013-04-18 04:11:39 PM

Unicron74: Sinbox: Really, name a truly great (or even non-perfunctory) performance he's given since 1986. Hell, name a performance where he doesn't seem to just want to not be there. I can't.

I think you can say that in Presumed Innocent, The Devil's Own and The Fugitive you could say he gave some good performances. I think some other people would say that about the Ryan flicks and Air Force One as well.

My wife even got me to watch Sabrina. He seems to have fun in that one.

I won't argue with you on Hollywood Homicide, Firewall and Cowboys and Aliens though. He slept through those


Uhhh, guys, Last Crusade is from 1989.
 
2013-04-18 04:33:02 PM
I have seen so many of these Jimmy Kimmel clips that seem like they have potential to be funny but they are not.

It's almost as if people have this ability to dismiss things that aren't funny but act as if they are funny because they assume that someone else out there thinks it's funny making it okay to laugh at it. This third person perspective from a point of view that doesn't exist.
 
2013-04-18 04:37:13 PM
Fake. Clearly set up. That lightsabre wasn't even real, looked like plastic.
 
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2013-04-18 04:37:40 PM
"you wookie sack of shiat."

lulz!
 
2013-04-18 04:51:46 PM

lovefirststool: Didn't he already do this a while back or am I confusing time lines again?


Yeah, he's done this bit before.  I think maybe on SNL but I really am not sure.
 
2013-04-18 04:54:22 PM
I thought it was funny.

And I think it's well established that Ford hates doing press tours.
 
2013-04-18 05:49:46 PM

loki see loki do: indarwinsshadow: Jesus, he looks old. He looks like he belongs in a home...On tatooine. Near the power convertors.

He belongs in a museum!


Where did you dig up that old fossil?
 
2013-04-18 06:36:36 PM

fisker: I have seen so many of these Jimmy Kimmel clips that seem like they have potential to be funny but they are not.

It's almost as if people have this ability to dismiss things that aren't funny but act as if they are funny because they assume that someone else out there thinks it's funny making it okay to laugh at it. This third person perspective from a point of view that doesn't exist.


Or maybe they just find them funny?
 
2013-04-18 06:52:43 PM
Watching that, it's clear Harrison Ford has a seriously bad case of 'old man' voice.
 
2013-04-18 08:07:12 PM
at this point its best to watch anything with Harrison Ford outside of a movie.

He comes off as sad and bitter no matter what.
 
2013-04-18 09:08:39 PM

LZeitgeist: That actually turned out to be pretty funny... nice to see HF's sense of humor come out.


He was definitely giving off a grumpy/bitter old man vibe, but when Chewbacca showed up? Now THAT was funny.
 
2013-04-18 09:20:31 PM

John Buck 41: LZeitgeist: That actually turned out to be pretty funny... nice to see HF's sense of humor come out.

He was definitely giving off a grumpy/bitter old man vibe, but when Chewbacca showed up? Now THAT was funny.


I think that was HF's part of helping set it up...
 
2013-04-18 09:36:52 PM

LZeitgeist: John Buck 41: LZeitgeist: That actually turned out to be pretty funny... nice to see HF's sense of humor come out.

He was definitely giving off a grumpy/bitter old man vibe, but when Chewbacca showed up? Now THAT was funny.

I think that was HF's part of helping set it up...


Normally I'd agree but he has a rep of hating to talk about SW. Maybe Kimmel just has a way of getting him to lighten up?
 
2013-04-18 09:45:08 PM

max_pooper: trackerbri: Sort of awkward and sad.  This just reinforces what we learned from the 2012 RNC.

Even very successful actors really need scripts.

/at least Han Solo wasn't talking to an empty chair
//Han shot first.

You really think that wasn't scripted?

The first edition of Harrison Ford/Chewbacca fued on Jimmy Kimmel


Yes, I've seen the first one.  Compare the performances.  First one scripted and rehearsed.  Good.  Second one ád-libbed.  Bad.
 
2013-04-18 10:11:25 PM
He sounds a bit like Adam West near the end.
 
2013-04-18 10:46:54 PM

Infernalist: I've seen more than a few interviews of the man over the years and he plainly doesn't like how closely tied he is to the Han Solo character.

But, I suspect that this may be a hint that he may be warming up to the concept of doing the movies again.

I'm betting that he'll be requiring a guaranteed death for Han somewhere in there so he can put the character to rest and behind him, once and for all.


I can imagine that (along with Indy). I mean, as much as I would love to be thought of subconsciously as Han by everyone I meet, that has got to get on a man's nerves after a while. Plenty of famous people are miserable or at least irritated over problems you and I would love to have.
 
2013-04-18 11:01:09 PM

lovefirststool: Didn't he already do this a while back or am I confusing time lines again?


I had that feeling too.
 
2013-04-19 06:08:12 AM
Was that canon?
 
2013-04-19 03:29:04 PM
Would be funnier if it actually looked like Chewie.
 
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