Chewbacca surprised Harrison Ford in his Jimmy Kimmel Live dressing room Wednesday — and Ford acts none too happy.
"What are you doing here, you son of a b----? You think you can walk in here and say you're sorry after what you did?" Ford says to his old Star Wars Wookiee companion. The actor, promoting his upcoming film Cowboys & Aliens, added: "Daniel Craig's my Wookiee b---- now."
Cowboys and Aliens poster
Does Jon Favreau have another comic-based blockbuster on his hands with Cowboys & Aliens?
We'll have to wait until July 29, 2011, to see. For now, though, you can make your best guess with the action-packed trailer for the Iron Man director's newest project.
Harrison Ford, Daniel Craig appearance at Comic-Con creates nerdvana
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Captain Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger
Capt. Sully has landed — in Hollywood.
Flashlight Films has picked up the movie rights to Capt. Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger's memoir, which recounts the pilot's heroic landing of U.S. Airways Flight 1549 in the Hudson River, Variety reports.
Sullenberger wrote Highest Duty: My Search for What Really Matters with Jeffrey Zaslow. The memoir was released last October, nine months after the famed landing.
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Flashlight's Allyn Stewart will produce the film, along with executive producers Kipp Nelson of Flashlight and Kathleen Kennedy of Kennedy/Marshall Co. The film, which does not ...
That weird sound you heard Saturday was the howl of fan boys totally freaking out: Han Solo and James Bond showed up at Comic-Con at the same time.
Harrison Ford and Daniel Craig appeared in the famed Hall H, a space reserved for the really big moments, to promote Cowboys & Aliens, the new film by Iron Man director Jon Favreau. It was an especially big deal because Ford had never been to the previous 40 Comic-Con conventions, even for such supergeek touchpoints as Blade Runner, Star Wars or the Indiana Jones films.
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The star received a long and rapturous welcome. Duh.
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Glee's Amber Riley will sing the national anthem at the 2010 Major League Baseball game, MLB announced Sunday.
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Calista Flockhart finally became Mrs. Harrison Ford on June 15 after eight years of dating. Less fortunate: her Brothers & Sisters character, Kitty Walker, who was widowed when Robert (Rob Lowe) died in the season finale. Calista tells me she has high hopes that the show will be still be "funny and poignant." Though saddened to lose Rob, Calista says, "I don't think Kitty will be single for that long. She'll have lots of guys — at least I hope...
Harrison Ford and Calista Flockhart
Harrison Ford and Calista Flockhart have wed after more than eight years together, People reports.
The couple, who got engaged on Valentine's Day in 2009, were married in...
House - Olivia Wilde
Remember Thirteen's mysterious request for time off on this week's House finale? It makes a little more sense now.
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