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2013-07-19 03:12:16 PM
 
2013-07-19 03:16:01 PM
Harrison Ford did other movies?  Who knew?
 
2013-07-19 03:18:05 PM
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"GET A LIFE, will you people? I mean, for crying out loud, it's just a TV show!
I mean, look at you, look at the way you're dressed! You've turned an enjoyable
little job, that I did as a lark for a few years, into a COLOSSAL WASTE OF TIME!"
 
2013-07-19 03:21:19 PM
It's why I HATE panels and won't go unless it's someone I really want to see.
During the Walking Dead panel, some idiot stood up and asked about if they cared about the violence towards women and children and what they were going to do about it.
He got boo'd so loud, he left.
People either want some cool quote for their blog or think it's the place to make some type of statement we should all care about.
When you pay $125 for a ticket, $500 for a hotel room and $400 for a flight, I don't give a fark all what your morals are and give a less care about your farking blog.
 
2013-07-19 03:23:46 PM
Why doesn't anybody ask him questions about "Witness"?:

"Who's better with a whip, John Book driving an Amish buggy or Indiana Jones?"

"Was Kelly McGillis PMS-ier than Carrie Fischer"?
 
2013-07-19 03:30:22 PM
(moderated by official "nerd" Chris Hardwick)

Goddammit, who appointed this asswipe the King of All Nerddom? Apparently no one. All he had to do was call himself the "Nerdist" and put "Nerdist" on everything he does and the idiot media went, "Durr, I guess he's qualified to talk about anything nerdy! Sure, let him moderate Comic Con, and hell why not let him have his own show where he geeks out about The Walking Dead! Derp!"
 
2013-07-19 03:31:13 PM
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Isn't Harrison Ford notorious for hating publicity events? He had to have loved this.
 
2013-07-19 03:31:32 PM
Han seemed to be pretty good with a blaster.... who would win in a shootout between Han and Quickdraw McGraw?
 
2013-07-19 03:31:39 PM
The correct answer, Mr. Ford, is "Why don't you quit asking me stupid questions and move out of your mom's basement and try to get laid?"
 
2013-07-19 03:32:36 PM

Saiga410: Han seemed to be pretty good with a blaster.... who would win in a shootout between Han and Quickdraw McGraw?


Frikkin Ricochet Rabbit. Quick Draw couldn't hit a cow pie with his ass slipping on a tomato
 
2013-07-19 03:32:47 PM

B.L.Z. Bub: (moderated by official "nerd" Chris Hardwick)

Goddammit, who appointed this asswipe the King of All Nerddom? Apparently no one. All he had to do was call himself the "Nerdist" and put "Nerdist" on everything he does and the idiot media went, "Durr, I guess he's qualified to talk about anything nerdy! Sure, let him moderate Comic Con, and hell why not let him have his own show where he geeks out about The Walking Dead! Derp!"


He's made me laugh exactly once which, while still more than Andy Dick, isn't very good.
 
2013-07-19 03:36:46 PM

Saiga410: Han seemed to be pretty good with a blaster.... who would win in a shootout between Han and Quickdraw McGraw?


It would all depend on who shot first
 
2013-07-19 03:42:13 PM
I'm surprised they were able to convince him to do any marketing at all for this turd sandwich-to-be, penned by a Nazi dirtbag.
 
2013-07-19 03:43:02 PM

B.L.Z. Bub: (moderated by official "nerd" Chris Hardwick)

Goddammit, who appointed this asswipe the King of All Nerddom? Apparently no one. All he had to do was call himself the "Nerdist" and put "Nerdist" on everything he does and the idiot media went, "Durr, I guess he's qualified to talk about anything nerdy! Sure, let him moderate Comic Con, and hell why not let him have his own show where he geeks out about The Walking Dead! Derp!"


He earned that title when he blew it with Jacinda Barrett and worked alongside Jenny McCarthy and Carmen Electra without scoring either of them.
 
2013-07-19 03:43:24 PM

bulok: [encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com image 233x216]


Isn't Harrison Ford notorious for hating publicity events? He had to have loved this.


Yeah, he doesn't even seem to like doing 1-on-1 interviews on the evening talk shows.

I bet he was really drunk.
 
2013-07-19 03:43:53 PM
I'm waiting for him to say, "Get off my stage!"
 
2013-07-19 03:48:10 PM
Harrison Ford and Tommy Lee Jones ought to do a movie just to give the absolute best promo interviews and panels together.
 
2013-07-19 03:56:04 PM

dj_spanmaster: Harrison Ford and Tommy Lee Jones ought to do a movie just to give the absolute best promo interviews and panels together.


cdn.ph.upi.com
 
2013-07-19 03:58:11 PM

B.L.Z. Bub: (moderated by official "nerd" Chris Hardwick)

Goddammit, who appointed this asswipe the King of All Nerddom? Apparently no one. All he had to do was call himself the "Nerdist" and put "Nerdist" on everything he does and the idiot media went, "Durr, I guess he's qualified to talk about anything nerdy! Sure, let him moderate Comic Con, and hell why not let him have his own show where he geeks out about The Walking Dead! Derp!"


Try to remember, that there's a difference between "nerd entertainment". which is about as pointless and shallow as any other form of entertainment, and "nerds that actually accomplish something and possibly even improve our planet". When the spotlight began turning towards the "nerd" image, most of the real nerds retreated to deep, dark places to continue their Great Work. Some of these place are best left unfound.
 
2013-07-19 03:58:28 PM

Zombie DJ: It's why I HATE panels and won't go unless it's someone I really want to see.
During the Walking Dead panel, some idiot stood up and asked about if they cared about the violence towards women and children and what they were going to do about it.
He got boo'd so loud, he left.
People either want some cool quote for their blog or think it's the place to make some type of statement we should all care about.
When you pay $125 for a ticket, $500 for a hotel room and $400 for a flight, I don't give a fark all what your morals are and give a less care about your farking blog.


Years before the HBO series I went to a scantily attended GRRM panel.  The questions were all so awful.  GRRM was respectful as he actually responded to question after question about "who would win in a fight?"  
It went like this, and I'm not exaggeratting...
"Hi George.  Who would win in a fight between Jaime Lannister and Spider Man?"
"Hi George I love your books.  Who do you think would win in a fight between Batman and the Hound?"
Endless "who would win in a fight"....
It was so cringe-worthy.  I left halfway through.
 
2013-07-19 04:00:00 PM
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Hi. A question for Mr. Ford. In episode 5 when Han shoots his DL-44 heavy blaster pistol at the storm troopers, he shoots the same trooper twice in succession, yet he produces two clearly different tones. I mean, what are we to believe, that this is some sort of a magic blaster or something? Boy, I really hope somebody got fired for that blunder.

/on the Empire Strikes Back CD-ROM, is there a way to get out of the dungeon without using the wizard key?
 
2013-07-19 04:09:32 PM

B.L.Z. Bub: (moderated by official "nerd" Chris Hardwick)

Goddammit, who appointed this asswipe the King of All Nerddom? Apparently no one. All he had to do was call himself the "Nerdist" and put "Nerdist" on everything he does and the idiot media went, "Durr, I guess he's qualified to talk about anything nerdy! Sure, let him moderate Comic Con, and hell why not let him have his own show where he geeks out about The Walking Dead! Derp!"


Jealousy is an ugly thing.
 
2013-07-19 04:32:38 PM

ExpressPork: Zombie DJ: It's why I HATE panels and won't go unless it's someone I really want to see.
During the Walking Dead panel, some idiot stood up and asked about if they cared about the violence towards women and children and what they were going to do about it.
He got boo'd so loud, he left.
People either want some cool quote for their blog or think it's the place to make some type of statement we should all care about.
When you pay $125 for a ticket, $500 for a hotel room and $400 for a flight, I don't give a fark all what your morals are and give a less care about your farking blog.

Years before the HBO series I went to a scantily attended GRRM panel.  The questions were all so awful.  GRRM was respectful as he actually responded to question after question about "who would win in a fight?"  
It went like this, and I'm not exaggeratting...
"Hi George.  Who would win in a fight between Jaime Lannister and Spider Man?"
"Hi George I love your books.  Who do you think would win in a fight between Batman and the Hound?"
Endless "who would win in a fight"....
It was so cringe-worthy.  I left halfway through.


I hate these things too.  Real questions about the actors and what they bring to the role are few and far between.  I was at a Star Wars thing that was part of some comic/sci-fi convention in Dallas around the time Attack of the Clones came out.  They had the guy who played Boba Fett and the guy who played Jango Fett from the new movies, a few other secondary characters.  Several of the "who would win" questions went out to the "Fetts", which they answered fairly quickly.  As I was walking out the door, someone asked a decent question along the lines of characterization/preparation.  Pretty good question and "Jango" was obviously pleased to actually talk about his craft.  He went on for several minutes, and I stuck around to here it.  Then it went back to the same schlock.
 
2013-07-19 04:56:49 PM
Not only are the people at these things total caricatures, but also tools
 
2013-07-19 05:02:37 PM

ExpressPork: Zombie DJ: It's why I HATE panels and won't go unless it's someone I really want to see.
During the Walking Dead panel, some idiot stood up and asked about if they cared about the violence towards women and children and what they were going to do about it.
He got boo'd so loud, he left.
People either want some cool quote for their blog or think it's the place to make some type of statement we should all care about.
When you pay $125 for a ticket, $500 for a hotel room and $400 for a flight, I don't give a fark all what your morals are and give a less care about your farking blog.

Years before the HBO series I went to a scantily attended GRRM panel.  The questions were all so awful.  GRRM was respectful as he actually responded to question after question about "who would win in a fight?"  
It went like this, and I'm not exaggeratting...
"Hi George.  Who would win in a fight between Jaime Lannister and Spider Man?"
"Hi George I love your books.  Who do you think would win in a fight between Batman and the Hound?"
Endless "who would win in a fight"....
It was so cringe-worthy.  I left halfway through.


I assume people are now just downright jerks to GRRM at these things because he's not writing the books fast enough.
 
2013-07-19 05:37:17 PM

B.L.Z. Bub: (moderated by official "nerd" Chris Hardwick)

Goddammit, who appointed this asswipe the King of All Nerddom? Apparently no one. All he had to do was call himself the "Nerdist" and put "Nerdist" on everything he does and the idiot media went, "Durr, I guess he's qualified to talk about anything nerdy! Sure, let him moderate Comic Con, and hell why not let him have his own show where he geeks out about The Walking Dead! Derp!"


Having the most listened to podcast in the world probably helped him a bit.
 
2013-07-19 05:37:56 PM

Zombie DJ: When you pay $125 for a ticket, $500 for a hotel room and $400 for a flight, I don't give a fark all what your morals are and give a less care about your farking blog.


You still spent $1000 to go to farking COMIC-CON.
 
2013-07-19 05:43:31 PM
Han Solo in the army?

With a name like Han SOLO, wouldn't you think he likes to mostly work....I dunno...ALONE?
 
2013-07-19 06:04:14 PM
Saiga410: Han seemed to be pretty good with a blaster.... who would win in a shootout between Han and Quickdraw McGraw?

Han Shot first
 
2013-07-19 06:06:55 PM
To Harrison Ford I quote Walter Harvey:

You go out, wave your cap, give the people a thrill.

I am SO sick of his "tired of this" bullshiat.  Quit making movies then, you old prick!
 
2013-07-19 06:40:30 PM

Kuta: Han Solo in the army?

With a name like Han SOLO, wouldn't you think he likes to mostly work....I dunno...ALONE?


Well, I have no clue how to make a barrell ...
 
2013-07-19 07:23:54 PM

realmolo: Zombie DJ: When you pay $125 for a ticket, $500 for a hotel room and $400 for a flight, I don't give a fark all what your morals are and give a less care about your farking blog.

You still spent $1000 to go to farking COMIC-CON.


SAN DIEGO COMIC CON, biatch!
You bet!!
 
2013-07-19 07:48:46 PM

bulok: [encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com image 233x216]


Isn't Harrison Ford notorious for hating publicity events? He had to have loved this.


Harrison Ford is well-known as a private pilot for flying participants cross country to participate in the national Special Olympics, so he's used to being around retards.
 
2013-07-19 07:49:46 PM

Zombie DJ: realmolo: Zombie DJ: When you pay $125 for a ticket, $500 for a hotel room and $400 for a flight, I don't give a fark all what your morals are and give a less care about your farking blog.

You still spent $1000 to go to farking COMIC-CON.

SAN DIEGO COMIC CON, biatch!
You bet!!


You spent HOW much to go to Comic-con?

i283.photobucket.com
 
2013-07-19 08:38:32 PM

buntz: To Harrison Ford I quote Walter Harvey:

You go out, wave your cap, give the people a thrill.

I am SO sick of his "tired of this" bullshiat.  Quit making movies then, you old prick!


A thousand times THIS!

Aww, some Star Wars fans want to ask you some Han Solo questions.  BOO FARKING HOO!!!  How much are you getting paid to be there, Mr. Ford?  Yeah, I thought so.  Calm down, pal; I think you can suck it up and be a good sport about it for the hour or so you have to spend up there on stage.  Okay, sure; the questions are pretty idiotic sometimes, but these people: 1. helped get your career to where it is, at least in the abstract sense, and 2. are going to continue to shell out money for your genre-related movie roles.  So grow some stones, Indiana, and put on a good show.  You can piss and moan to your agent or whoever will care enough to listen later.
 
2013-07-19 09:02:33 PM

ExpressPork: Zombie DJ: It's why I HATE panels and won't go unless it's someone I really want to see.
During the Walking Dead panel, some idiot stood up and asked about if they cared about the violence towards women and children and what they were going to do about it.
He got boo'd so loud, he left.
People either want some cool quote for their blog or think it's the place to make some type of statement we should all care about.
When you pay $125 for a ticket, $500 for a hotel room and $400 for a flight, I don't give a fark all what your morals are and give a less care about your farking blog.

Years before the HBO series I went to a scantily attended GRRM panel.  The questions were all so awful.  GRRM was respectful as he actually responded to question after question about "who would win in a fight?"  
It went like this, and I'm not exaggeratting...
"Hi George.  Who would win in a fight between Jaime Lannister and Spider Man?"
"Hi George I love your books.  Who do you think would win in a fight between Batman and the Hound?"
Endless "who would win in a fight"....
It was so cringe-worthy.  I left halfway through.


I attended a convention a few years ago in Chicago; while waiting for the panel I actually wanted to see, I was attending a panel with two cast members of a popular WB series.  During the panel, one person stood up and asked a very thoughtful, rational and intelligent question of the show's creator, who was sitting with the two stars.  This vacuous woman sitting next to me made this scoff of irritation and muttered to her friend, "Lame!  Sit down, loser!  Nobody cares!"  It took all the self-control I had not to smack her upside the head "coulda had a V8"-style.

Just as an example, imagine sitting in on the "Catching Fire" panel and being able to ask a question of Jennifer Lawrence.  JENNIFER farking LAWRENCE.  Okay, maybe *you* don't care about her, but I think she's powerfully hot and incredibly talented.  There would be no way in a million years I'd want to squander that chance by asking something like, "So, uh, question for Jennifer:  Who do you think would win in a fight: Katniss Everdeen or Lara Croft?"  On the other hand, knowing Jennifer, she'd take it all in stride and probably get enthusiastic about answering cuz that's how she rolls.

While I think Harrison Ford needs to calm the fark down and show some sportsmanship when it comes to the Star Wars and Indiana Jones fans who idolize him,  I do understand where the frustration could come from.

Oh, and by the way, Lara Croft would win; not even a question.  Just sayin'.
 
2013-07-19 10:31:03 PM

Jim from Saint Paul: B.L.Z. Bub: (moderated by official "nerd" Chris Hardwick)

Goddammit, who appointed this asswipe the King of All Nerddom? Apparently no one. All he had to do was call himself the "Nerdist" and put "Nerdist" on everything he does and the idiot media went, "Durr, I guess he's qualified to talk about anything nerdy! Sure, let him moderate Comic Con, and hell why not let him have his own show where he geeks out about The Walking Dead! Derp!"

Jealousy is an ugly thing.


"but he doesn't like the things I like!"  His podcast with Joe Manganiello cracked me up.  He did a spot on Macho Man
 
2013-07-19 10:32:14 PM

Kuta: Han Solo in the army?

With a name like Han SOLO, wouldn't you think he likes to mostly work....I dunno...ALONE?


In the books he did end up as a general.
 
2013-07-20 12:24:00 AM

bugmn99: B.L.Z. Bub: (moderated by official "nerd" Chris Hardwick)

Goddammit, who appointed this asswipe the King of All Nerddom? Apparently no one. All he had to do was call himself the "Nerdist" and put "Nerdist" on everything he does and the idiot media went, "Durr, I guess he's qualified to talk about anything nerdy! Sure, let him moderate Comic Con, and hell why not let him have his own show where he geeks out about The Walking Dead! Derp!"

Try to remember, that there's a difference between "nerd entertainment". which is about as pointless and shallow as any other form of entertainment, and "nerds that actually accomplish something and possibly even improve our planet". When the spotlight began turning towards the "nerd" image, most of the real nerds retreated to deep, dark places to continue their Great Work. Some of these place are best left unfound.


This is the most beautiful and true thing that's ever been written.

Q: How do you tell if you're a nerd?
A: You don't give a f**k if anyone thinks you're a nerd.
 
2013-07-20 12:34:47 AM
The penitent man kneels before God
 
2013-07-20 01:15:57 AM

azazyel: Kuta: Han Solo in the army?

With a name like Han SOLO, wouldn't you think he likes to mostly work....I dunno...ALONE?

In the books he did end up as a general.


In "Return of the Jedi" he did end up as a general...
 
2013-07-20 04:10:38 PM

TV's Vinnie: Zombie DJ: realmolo: Zombie DJ: When you pay $125 for a ticket, $500 for a hotel room and $400 for a flight, I don't give a fark all what your morals are and give a less care about your farking blog.

You still spent $1000 to go to farking COMIC-CON.

SAN DIEGO COMIC CON, biatch!
You bet!!

You spent HOW much to go to Comic-con?

[i283.photobucket.com image 200x151]


Yep.
And I had a freaking ball!
But you go and enjoy sitting in your parents house with that bargain brand beer and used xbox games.
 
2013-07-21 01:30:07 AM

Zombie DJ: TV's Vinnie: Zombie DJ: realmolo: Zombie DJ: When you pay $125 for a ticket, $500 for a hotel room and $400 for a flight, I don't give a fark all what your morals are and give a less care about your farking blog.

You still spent $1000 to go to farking COMIC-CON.

SAN DIEGO COMIC CON, biatch!
You bet!!

You spent HOW much to go to Comic-con?

[i283.photobucket.com image 200x151]

Yep.
And I had a freaking ball!
But you go and enjoy sitting in your parents house with that bargain brand beer and used xbox games.


At least he won't be pissing away a grand at SDCC.  Thanks to all of the online coverage by various media outlets (as well as blogs, tweets, etc. from the other suckers who paid to attend) you can see and hear about all of the major events without spending hundreds of dollars on gas/airfare, a hotel room (if you can even get one), and con admission.  There are no lines, no crowds; you see all the best cosplay because other people take the pictures and post them online, and if you really want any of the con-exclusive merchandise, you can get it all on eBay.  You might pay a bit more but it'll still be less money than you would've paid actually going to the convention.
 
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