Enrenreich speaks about what Ford told him about playing Han Solo and what he took from watching Ford’s performance in the original films.
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“Doing voiceover work reminded me how much I enjoy performing without doing a curtain call or being recognized.” – Mark Hamill
In this audition clip, an extremely young-looking Hamill is a little soft-spoken as he auditions opposite Harrison Ford.
Harrison Ford on Playing Han Solo Again in ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’: “Another day at the office”
Perhaps the most exciting aspect of the upcoming Star Wars: The Force Awakens is that…
42: The story of Jackie Robinson from his signing with the Brooklyn Dodgers organization in 1945…
Harrison Ford Says He Could Beat Up Mark Hamill, Whether Han or Greedo Shot First and How He Ended up in ‘The Expendables 3’,
Acting legend Harrison Ford isn’t known for being candid in interviews, so it was a…
After a long career in Hollywood, Harrison Ford feels his characters can finally be separated…
Harrison Ford has come a long way from Indiana Jones and Han Solo. He’s currently…
Jane Lynch Talks Broadway, the “Mistake” of Moving to New York When She Was a Young Actress and the Advice Harrison Ford Gave Her
Five years ago Jane Lynch was best known for her hilarious appearances in Christopher Guest’s ensemble mockumentaries and doing abbreviated runs on soon-to-be-canceled television series. Though she was a familiar face, she never seemed to reach her potential. Then came Glee and her career-changing starring role as Sue Sylvester… and Lynch’s world has never been the same since
Harrison Ford has starred in some of the most successful and acclaimed films in cinema history, including the landmark “Star Wars” and “Indiana Jones” franchises and a total of eight Best Picture Oscar®-nominated movies.
Alan Tudyk on Playing Racist Baseball Manager in ’42’: “It would leave a stain on your mood, and put you into a bad mood into the next day”
In a movie that deals with racial prejudice like 42, naturally the roles most people would want to play are the characters who overcome racism, like Jackie Robinson (portrayed by Chadwick Boseman) and Branch Rickey (portrayed by Harrison Ford).
It’s almost impossible to believe that Harrison Ford is now seventy and is now a regular in “older men” roles. But the seemingly ageless Ford has put Indiana Jones behind him (well, most hope) in order to appear in more dramatic roles, such as the Jackie Robinson biopic 42. Ford stars as Branch Rickey, the general manager who initially signed Robinson to a minor league contract and later called him to the major leagues, making Robinson the first professional African-American baseball player in the modern era.
Trailer: ’42’, the story of Jackie Robinson, starring Harrison Ford, Christopher Meloni & Chadwick Boseman
In Theaters: April 13th, 2013
Director: Jon Favreau
Cast: Daniel Craig, Harrison Ford, Olivia Wilde, Sam Rockwell
Harrison Ford talks about the film, working with Rachel McAdams and why he can’t pick a favorite role.