Cowboys & Aliens hasn't opened yet, but if the movie's stars are to be believed, they've already got their eyes set on a possible sequel.
From all of the interviews we've read, Harrison Ford seems like a nice enough guy. But it turns out that if you cross him, he's not what you would call "forgiving."
Either you get Cowboys & Aliens or you don't. It's quite a title and certainly something many established actors could have shied away from. Harrison Ford, who stars in the film, wasn't sure about taking on the role at first because he didn't get it.
Guillermo del Toro admits that his job involves a lot of strange things in the name of "research." And one of them involved touring Disney's Haunted Mansion attraction ... on foot.
Harrison Ford was asked in a recent interview if he knew about the plans to resurrect Blade Runner and his answer was, shall we say, ambiguous.
Are you ready to watch Harrison Ford channel his inner John Wayne? He—along with Daniel Craig, Adam Beach and a doe-eyed Olivia Wilde—all appear in this first clip from Jon Favreau's Cowboys & Aliens.
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull wasn't exactly what we'd call the most well received film in cinematic history. Recently, Shia LaBeouf admitted that the film wasn't the best. Harrison Ford thinks that makes LaBeouf a '@#$!-fucking idiot.' Let's go to the tale of the tape to sort this out.
If there's one thing we've learned from years of watching Harrison Ford be interviewed, it's this: Harrison Ford HATES being interviewed. He usually glowers at his questioner, grumbles at the questions, and looks like he'd rather be anywhere but there.
Some of you may have already seen the new Cowboys and Aliens theatrical trailer which debuted during American Idol last night—but we know there are a ton of you out there who couldn't care less whether (spoiler!) Paul McDonald got sent home.
At least, if Harrison Ford has his way he will: The actor has told George Lucas and Steven Spielberg of his desire to kill off the adventurous Dr. Jones in the next chapter. And this wouldn't be the first time Ford has tried to off one of his own beloved characters.