Harrison Ford He is about to do what will probably be his end. Indiana Jones movie. But do not think for a second that it means someone else will take over, at least not as far as Ford is concerned. According to the hilariously curious actor, the role of Indiana Jones dies with him, and that is final. Ford also spoke a little about his delay. Star Wars co-star Peter mayhew, who died in April.
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Harrison Ford is often accused of being grumpy, and while that may be correct, it is also very funny. Case in point: the previous clip has Ford appearing in the Today is the show promote The secret life of pets 2, in which he voices a dog. During the course of the interview, the actor is asked what will happen to Indiana Jones when Ford finishes playing the role. Specifically: which actor would like to see Ford take over the role.
"No one is going to be Indiana Jones," Ford responds dryly. "You do not understand it? I am Indiana Jones. When I'm gone, he is gone."
Ford will soon fire its fifth and presumably final. Indiana Jones Film with director Steven Spielberg. In the past, Spielberg said: "This will be the last Harrison Ford movie in Indiana Jones, I'm pretty sure, but then it will continue." But as far as Ford is concerned, that is not happening. Of course, the actor does not have the last word, and producers can always decide to restart things. At one point, there was even a rumor that the franchise could restart with Chris Pratt baduming the role.
Personally, I would like the part to die with Ford. Indiana Jones is not like James Bond or Batman. The character feels as if he belonged so completely to Ford that the fact that someone else interpreted it could feel bad.
In other parts of the world of Harrison Ford's interviews, the actor appeared in the Tonight show with Jimmy Fallon, and offered some kind words about Peter Mayhew, the actor who played Ford Star Wars Chewbacca co-pilot, and who died at the end of last month. "He was a very sweet man, a good man, and had physical difficulties," Ford said. "It was really hard for him to do what he did for us, what he did for all of us." Mayhew, who was more than 7 feet tall, suffered from Marfan syndrome. You can see Ford talking about Mayhew below.
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