Last night Harrison Ford stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live!, where the ABC late night host reunited Han Solo with his old Millennium Falcon co-pilot Chewbacca. The episode was guest directed by Jon Favreau.
Harrison Ford lands his green Citation jet on the tarmac of the Santa Monica airport, then heads to his sleek offices overlooking the runway. The graying action star looks fit and appealingly weathered. He wears a tiny silver hoop in his left ear, which Han Solo fans on the Web lament as an unhip vestige of a midlife crisis.
Settling into a chair in a conference room, Ford leaves the door ajar so he can keep a protective eye on his plane as his copilot prepares to stow it in its hangar. He tears hungrily into a couple of cartons of Muscle Milk. “Haven’t had a chance to eat today,” he explains.
Although stardom was not his goal, Ford achieved it by playing Han Solo in George Lucas’ Star Wars, a box-office smash in 1977. He then went on to become one of the most successful movie actors in the world. His films, including Air Force One, The Fugitive, Patriot Games and the Star Wars and Indiana Jones trilogies, are among the biggest box-office draws of all time, earning more than $3 billion in ticket sales alone.
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