Harrison Ford's Best Moments From 'Blade Runner 2049' Press Tour

Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford have been on a media blitz to promote their upcoming sci-fi blockbuster Blade Runner 2049, and it has made for some pretty memorable moments. 

Ford reprises his Blade Runner role of Rick Deckard, and Gosling joins as fellow blade runner, K, in the long-awaited sequel, which hits theaters Friday. 

Similar to Ryan Reynolds and Jake Gyllenhaal's highly publicized "bromance" during the press tour for their sci-fi horror film Life this spring, Gosling and Ford have made waves online for their seamless banter and jests at each other's expense.

Below are a few of the best viral moments from the Blade Runner 2049 press tour.

Gosling and Ford Can't Keep it Together During Alcohol-Fueled Interview

The duo could not hold it together during an interview with Alison Hammond of ITV's This Morning. The laughs start right off the bat, when Hammond admits she's never seen Blade Runner. "I appreciate your candor," Gosling replies, laughing. Hammond gets the first laugh out of the famously gruff Ford by quipping, "Bleak, dystopian, an absolute nightmare to be honest with you, and that's just my interviewing technique."

He goes on to tell her to "cheer up," to more laughs from the host and Gosling. Things take a turn after that, prompting Gosling to pour himself a drink. "I feel like this is where that's headed," he jokes. After asking what Ford's reaction was to being asked to do another Blade Runner film — and his response of "So what?" and "Show me the money!" — Hammond pours herself a drink as well. The laughs continue, at Gosling's expense, as Hammond brings up his knitting habit and asks him if he knitted the sweater he's wearing.

Later in the interview (after Gosling pretends to walk out), Hammond asks Ford if he would be interested in starring in a sequel to one of Gosling's films, such as La La Land. Ford says he can't sing, but Gosling is not having it. "That's not true. He has the voice of an angel. It's like an angel pouring honey in your ear," he jokes.

Ford Explaining Why He Wanted Han Solo to Die

In an interview with USA Today, the conversation shifted to one of Ford's other well-known roles, Stars Wars' Han Solo. The character was killed off in 2015's Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and when asked about it, Ford said, "I wanted him to die for a long time. So I finally talked them into it." Gosling could not contain his laughter, which prompted Ford to explain himself a little bit. "[The death was] not to just dispose of him. But to ennoble his participation. And give the whole tune some bottom. A bass note."

Taking the latter comment as a reference to his film musical film La La Land, Gosling said, "I caught where you drifted." 

"A song metaphor. Did I drift?" Ford deadpanned. "I drove there, man. I didn’t drift anywhere."

Ford Forgetting Gosling's Name 

The two made a stop on The Graham Norton Show but Ford couldn't seem to remember his co-star's name. “I read about the character that Ry …” he begins, recalling his initial impressions of the script, before hesitating. “It’s Ryan,” Gosling responds, which the audience laughs at before Ford continues with his story. The veteran actor stumbles again, saying, “What a great part. Why don’t we see if we can get …” before once again turning to Gosling for help. “Ryan,” he reminds Ford, as the actor tries to hold back his laughter.

Ford attempts his co-star's full name later in the interview, but, confused, Gosling asks, “Did you say Rosling?” Ford goes on to continue practicing saying Gosling's full name.

Gosling continued the gag during a solo appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Friday, when answering personal questions to raise money for breast cancer research. "Have you ever had a nickname? If so, what was it?" DeGeneres asks. "Harrison Ford calls me Brian," Gosling tells her. "I hope that's a nickname."

"I don't think it is. I think he thinks your name is Brian," the comedian responded.

Ford Detailing Punching Gosling in the Face

In another boozy interview, this time on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, the Hollywood legend talks nonchalantly about an on-set incident in which he accidentally punched his co-star in the face. "I threw 80 punches, 79 of them missed him," he explains. "What do you do after you hit your co-star in the face?" Fallon asks, prompting Ford to act out a scene in which he goes to Gosling with some whisky to apologize. Taking one more shot at Gosling, Ford jokingly complains that afterwards "he starts bitching about it, and you hear [about] it all over town."

Ford also addressed the punch during a solo appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Monday (Oct. 9). 

"He's probably more shocked than I was," Ford said referring to a photograph of the accidental punch in which Ford has a shocked expression on his face. Further adding, "I'm surprised I didn’t hit him a lot more.

"He said it hurt and he says, 'hello,'” DeGeneres told Ford, leaving the actor to express his apologies. “Next time you see him, tell him I’m sorry,” Ford said. 

Ford Pokes Fun at Gosling for Being Canadian

In an interview with Ode Entertainment's Melissa Nathoo, Gosling gets flak for being Canadian. "You're advocating for the Canada wall, aren't you?" Gosling asks, to which Ford says he wants a wall to "keep the Mexicans in" and the likes of Gosling out. Later in the interview, Gosling's nationality is once again the topic of discussion, when in the middle of complimenting his co-star, Ford jokes, "I am little bit upset about the invasion from the north." When Nathoo points out that Ford also said "some really nice stuff" about Gosling, despite the Canadian diss, Ford jokes, "[Canadians] never get enough, believe me."

Ford Address His Viral Traffic Video 

During his sit-down interview with DeGeneres, Ford was asked why he was seen directing traffic in New York City. Ford explained that he attempted to hurry traffic caused by construction, so he could make it to an interview.

“It’s in New York. Sometimes when something needs to be done in New York, sometimes somebody does it. I’m just glad they didn’t catch the language,” Ford joked.

DeGeneres was quick to quip about the fact that the actor is wearing the same suit as in the video clip. “Thanks for dressing up,” the host joked. 

Ford Talks Flying and Fitness 

While talking to DeGeneres, the host teased Ford about his infamous airplane crash. After asking if the actor had a large plane, Ford explained that he had both medium and small planes. “I know you have small planes, because I’ve seen you crash those,” DeGeneres said unable to refrain from laughing. “One time and I didn’t crash. The plane crashed,” Ford joked. Jokes aside, Ford assured that he would never give up flying despite his past mistake. “I love it. It’s a big part of who I am now,” Ford said.

DeGeneres then showed Ford's GQ magazine cover. Despite complimenting his fit physique, DeGeneres addressed the actor's somber expression on the cover. “That was their choice of face. I made a lot of faces and they chose that face. Does that look unhappy?” Ford asked DeGeneres. “It looks like ‘are we done yet?” the host responded with Ford joking, “Probably!”

When asked about his workout regimen, Ford explained that he enjoys doing the ab roller machine, leaving DeGeneres to joke “I didn’t know those still existed.” “Old school. Old school guy,” Ford said laughing, pointing to himself. 

Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford have been on a media blitz to promote their upcoming sci-fi blockbuster Blade Runner 2049, and it has made for some pretty memorable moments. 

Ford reprises his Blade Runner role of Rick Deckard, and Gosling joins as fellow blade runner, K, in the long-awaited sequel, which hits theaters Friday. 

Similar to Ryan Reynolds and Jake Gyllenhaal's highly publicized "bromance" during the press tour for their sci-fi horror film Life this spring, Gosling and Ford have made waves online for their seamless banter and jests at each other's expense.

Below are a few of the best viral moments from the Blade Runner 2049 press tour.

Gosling and Ford Can't Keep it Together During Alcohol-Fueled Interview

The duo could not hold it together during an interview with Alison Hammond of ITV's This Morning. The laughs start right off the bat, when Hammond admits she's never seen Blade Runner. "I appreciate your candor," Gosling replies, laughing. Hammond gets the first laugh out of the famously gruff Ford by quipping, "Bleak, dystopian, an absolute nightmare to be honest with you, and that's just my interviewing technique."

He goes on to tell her to "cheer up," to more laughs from the host and Gosling. Things take a turn after that, prompting Gosling to pour himself a drink. "I feel like this is where that's headed," he jokes. After asking what Ford's reaction was to being asked to do another Blade Runner film — and his response of "So what?" and "Show me the money!" — Hammond pours herself a drink as well. The laughs continue, at Gosling's expense, as Hammond brings up his knitting habit and asks him if he knitted the sweater he's wearing.

Later in the interview (after Gosling pretends to walk out), Hammond asks Ford if he would be interested in starring in a sequel to one of Gosling's films, such as La La Land. Ford says he can't sing, but Gosling is not having it. "That's not true. He has the voice of an angel. It's like an angel pouring honey in your ear," he jokes.

Ford Explaining Why He Wanted Han Solo to Die

In an interview with USA Today, the conversation shifted to one of Ford's other well-known roles, Stars Wars' Han Solo. The character was killed off in 2015's Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and when asked about it, Ford said, "I wanted him to die for a long time. So I finally talked them into it." Gosling could not contain his laughter, which prompted Ford to explain himself a little bit. "[The death was] not to just dispose of him. But to ennoble his participation. And give the whole tune some bottom. A bass note."

Taking the latter comment as a reference to his film musical film La La Land, Gosling said, "I caught where you drifted." 

"A song metaphor. Did I drift?" Ford deadpanned. "I drove there, man. I didn’t drift anywhere."

Ford Forgetting Gosling's Name 

The two made a stop on The Graham Norton Show but Ford couldn't seem to remember his co-star's name. “I read about the character that Ry …” he begins, recalling his initial impressions of the script, before hesitating. “It’s Ryan,” Gosling responds, which the audience laughs at before Ford continues with his story. The veteran actor stumbles again, saying, “What a great part. Why don’t we see if we can get …” before once again turning to Gosling for help. “Ryan,” he reminds Ford, as the actor tries to hold back his laughter.

Ford attempts his co-star's full name later in the interview, but, confused, Gosling asks, “Did you say Rosling?” Ford goes on to continue practicing saying Gosling's full name.

Gosling continued the gag during a solo appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Friday, when answering personal questions to raise money for breast cancer research. "Have you ever had a nickname? If so, what was it?" DeGeneres asks. "Harrison Ford calls me Brian," Gosling tells her. "I hope that's a nickname."

"I don't think it is. I think he thinks your name is Brian," the comedian responded.

Ford Detailing Punching Gosling in the Face

In another boozy interview, this time on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, the Hollywood legend talks nonchalantly about an on-set incident in which he accidentally punched his co-star in the face. "I threw 80 punches, 79 of them missed him," he explains. "What do you do after you hit your co-star in the face?" Fallon asks, prompting Ford to act out a scene in which he goes to Gosling with some whisky to apologize. Taking one more shot at Gosling, Ford jokingly complains that afterwards "he starts bitching about it, and you hear [about] it all over town."

Ford also addressed the punch during a solo appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Monday. 

"He's probably more shocked than I was," the actor said refering to a photograph of the accidental punch in where Ford has a shocked expression on his face. Further adding, "I'm surprised I didn’t hit him a lot more.

"He said it hurt and he says hello,” DeGeneres told Ford, leaving the actor to express his apologies. “Next time you see him, tell him I’m sorry,” Ford said. 

Ford Pokes Fun at Gosling for Being Canadian

In an interview with Ode Entertainment's Melissa Nathoo, Gosling gets flak for being Canadian. "You're advocating for the Canada wall, aren't you?" Gosling asks, to which Ford says he wants a wall to "keep the Mexicans in" and the likes of Gosling out. Later in the interview, Gosling's nationality is once again the topic of discussion, when in the middle of complimenting his co-star, Ford jokes, "I am little bit upset about the invasion from the north." When Nathoo points out that Ford also said "some really nice stuff" about Gosling, despite the Canadian diss, Ford jokes, "[Canadians] never get enough, believe me."

Ford Address His Viral Traffic Video 

During his sit-down interview with DeGeneres, Ford was asked why he was seen directing traffic in New York City. Ford explained that he attempted to hurry traffic caused by construction, so he could make the interview.

“It’s in New York. Sometimes when something needs to be done in New York, sometimes somebody does it. I’m just glad they didn’t catch the language,” Ford joked.

DeGeneres was quick to quip about the fact that the actor is seen wearing the same suit as in the video clip. “Thanks for dressing up,” the host joked. 

Ford Talks Flying and Fitness 

DeGeneres was quick to quip about the actors infamous airplane crash. After asking if the actor had a large plane, Ford explained that he had both medium and small planes. “I know you have small planes, because I’ve seen you crash those,” DeGeneres said unable to refrain from laughing. “One time and I didn’t crash. The plane crashe,” Ford joked. Jokes aside, Ford assured that he would never give up flying despite his past mistake. “I love it. It’s a big part of who I am now,” Ford said.

DeGeneres then showed his GQ magazine cover. Despite complimenting his fit physique, DeGeneres addressed the actor's somber expression on the cover. “That was their choice of face. I made a lot of faces and they chose that face. Does that look unhappy?” Ford asked DeGeneres. “It looks like ‘are we done yet?” the host responded with Ford joking, “Probably!”

When asked about his workout regimen, Ford explained that he enjoys doing the ab roller machine, leaving DeGeneres to joke “I didn’t know those still existed.” “Old school. Old school guy,” Ford said laughing, pointing to himself. 

Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford have been on a media blitz to promote their upcoming sci-fi blockbuster Blade Runner 2049, and it has made for some pretty memorable moments. 

Ford reprises his Blade Runner role of Rick Deckard, and Gosling joins as fellow blade runner, K, in the long-awaited sequel, which hits theaters Friday. 

Similar to Ryan Reynolds and Jake Gyllenhaal's highly publicized "bromance" during the press tour for their sci-fi horror film Life this spring, Gosling and Ford have made waves online for their seamless banter and jests at each other's expense.

Below are a few of the best viral moments from the Blade Runner 2049 press tour.

Gosling and Ford Can't Keep it Together During Alcohol-Fueled Interview

The duo could not hold it together during an interview with Alison Hammond of ITV's This Morning. The laughs start right off the bat, when Hammond admits she's never seen Blade Runner. "I appreciate your candor," Gosling replies, laughing. Hammond gets the first laugh out of the famously gruff Ford by quipping, "Bleak, dystopian, an absolute nightmare to be honest with you, and that's just my interviewing technique."

He goes on to tell her to "cheer up," to more laughs from the host and Gosling. Things take a turn after that, prompting Gosling to pour himself a drink. "I feel like this is where that's headed," he jokes. After asking what Ford's reaction was to being asked to do another Blade Runner film — and his response of "So what?" and "Show me the money!" — Hammond pours herself a drink as well. The laughs continue, at Gosling's expense, as Hammond brings up his knitting habit and asks him if he knitted the sweater he's wearing.

Later in the interview (after Gosling pretends to walk out), Hammond asks Ford if he would be interested in starring in a sequel to one of Gosling's films, such as La La Land. Ford says he can't sing, but Gosling is not having it. "That's not true. He has the voice of an angel. It's like an angel pouring honey in your ear," he jokes.

Ford Explaining Why He Wanted Han Solo to Die

In an interview with USA Today, the conversation shifted to one of Ford's other well-known roles, Stars Wars' Han Solo. The character was killed off in 2015's Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and when asked about it, Ford said, "I wanted him to die for a long time. So I finally talked them into it." Gosling could not contain his laughter, which prompted Ford to explain himself a little bit. "[The death was] not to just dispose of him. But to ennoble his participation. And give the whole tune some bottom. A bass note."

Taking the latter comment as a reference to his film musical film La La Land, Gosling said, "I caught where you drifted." 

"A song metaphor. Did I drift?" Ford deadpanned. "I drove there, man. I didn’t drift anywhere."

Ford Forgetting Gosling's Name 

The two made a stop on The Graham Norton Show but Ford couldn't seem to remember his co-star's name. “I read about the character that Ry …” he begins, recalling his initial impressions of the script, before hesitating. “It’s Ryan,” Gosling responds, which the audience laughs at before Ford continues with his story. The veteran actor stumbles again, saying, “What a great part. Why don’t we see if we can get …” before once again turning to Gosling for help. “Ryan,” he reminds Ford, as the actor tries to hold back his laughter.

Ford attempts his co-star's full name later in the interview, but, confused, Gosling asks, “Did you say Rosling?” Ford goes on to continue practicing saying Gosling's full name.

Gosling continued the gag during a solo appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Friday, when answering personal questions to raise money for breast cancer research. "Have you ever had a nickname? If so, what was it?" DeGeneres asks. "Harrison Ford calls me Brian," Gosling tells her. "I hope that's a nickname."

"I don't think it is. I think he thinks your name is Brian," the comedian responded.

Ford Detailing Punching Gosling in the Face

In another boozy interview, this time on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, the Hollywood legend talks nonchalantly about an on-set incident in which he accidentally punched his co-star in the face. "I threw 80 punches, 79 of them missed him," he explains. "What do you do after you hit your co-star in the face?" Fallon asks, prompting Ford to act out a scene in which he goes to Gosling with some whisky to apologize. Taking one more shot at Gosling, Ford jokingly complains that afterwards "he starts bitching about it, and you hear [about] it all over town."

Ford also addressed the punch during a solo appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Monday. 

"He's probably more shocked than I was," the actor said refering to a photograph of the accidental punch in where Ford has a shocked expression on his face. Further adding, "I'm surprised I didn’t hit him a lot more.

"He said it hurt and he says hello,” DeGeneres told Ford, leaving the actor to express his apologies. “Next time you see him, tell him I’m sorry,” Ford said. 

Ford Pokes Fun at Gosling for Being Canadian

In an interview with Ode Entertainment's Melissa Nathoo, Gosling gets flak for being Canadian. "You're advocating for the Canada wall, aren't you?" Gosling asks, to which Ford says he wants a wall to "keep the Mexicans in" and the likes of Gosling out. Later in the interview, Gosling's nationality is once again the topic of discussion, when in the middle of complimenting his co-star, Ford jokes, "I am little bit upset about the invasion from the north." When Nathoo points out that Ford also said "some really nice stuff" about Gosling, despite the Canadian diss, Ford jokes, "[Canadians] never get enough, believe me."

Ford Address His Viral Traffic Video 

During his sit-down interview with DeGeneres, Ford was asked why he was seen directing traffic in New York City. Ford explained that he attempted to hurry traffic caused by construction, so he could make the interview.

“It’s in New York. Sometimes when something needs to be done in New York, sometimes somebody does it. I’m just glad they didn’t catch the language,” Ford joked.

DeGeneres was quick to quip about the fact that the actor is seen wearing the same suit as in the video clip. “Thanks for dressing up,” the host joked. 

Ford Talks Flying and Fitness 

DeGeneres was quick to quip about the actors infamous airplane crash. After asking if the actor had a large plane, Ford explained that he had both medium and small planes. “I know you have small planes, because I’ve seen you crash those,” DeGeneres said unable to refrain from laughing. “One time and I didn’t crash. The plane crashe,” Ford joked. Jokes aside, Ford assured that he would never give up flying despite his past mistake. “I love it. It’s a big part of who I am now,” Ford said.

DeGeneres then showed his GQ magazine cover. Despite complimenting his fit physique, DeGeneres addressed the actor's somber expression on the cover. “That was their choice of face. I made a lot of faces and they chose that face. Does that look unhappy?” Ford asked DeGeneres. “It looks like ‘are we done yet?” the host responded with Ford joking, “Probably!”

When asked about his workout regimen, Ford explained that he enjoys doing the ab roller machine, leaving DeGeneres to joke “I didn’t know those still existed.” “Old school. Old school guy,” Ford said laughing, pointing to himself. 

Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford have been on a media blitz to promote their upcoming sci-fi blockbuster Blade Runner 2049, and it has made for some pretty memorable moments. 

Ford reprises his Blade Runner role of Rick Deckard, and Gosling joins as fellow blade runner, K, in the long-awaited sequel, which hits theaters Friday. 

Similar to Ryan Reynolds and Jake Gyllenhaal's highly publicized "bromance" during the press tour for their sci-fi horror film Life this spring, Gosling and Ford have made waves online for their seamless banter and jests at each other's expense.

Below are a few of the best viral moments from the Blade Runner 2049 press tour.

Gosling and Ford Can't Keep it Together During Alcohol-Fueled Interview

The duo could not hold it together during an interview with Alison Hammond of ITV's This Morning. The laughs start right off the bat, when Hammond admits she's never seen Blade Runner. "I appreciate your candor," Gosling replies, laughing. Hammond gets the first laugh out of the famously gruff Ford by quipping, "Bleak, dystopian, an absolute nightmare to be honest with you, and that's just my interviewing technique."

He goes on to tell her to "cheer up," to more laughs from the host and Gosling. Things take a turn after that, prompting Gosling to pour himself a drink. "I feel like this is where that's headed," he jokes. After asking what Ford's reaction was to being asked to do another Blade Runner film — and his response of "So what?" and "Show me the money!" — Hammond pours herself a drink as well. The laughs continue, at Gosling's expense, as Hammond brings up his knitting habit and asks him if he knitted the sweater he's wearing.

Later in the interview (after Gosling pretends to walk out), Hammond asks Ford if he would be interested in starring in a sequel to one of Gosling's films, such as La La Land. Ford says he can't sing, but Gosling is not having it. "That's not true. He has the voice of an angel. It's like an angel pouring honey in your ear," he jokes.

Ford Explaining Why He Wanted Han Solo to Die

In an interview with USA Today, the conversation shifted to one of Ford's other well-known roles, Stars Wars' Han Solo. The character was killed off in 2015's Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and when asked about it, Ford said, "I wanted him to die for a long time. So I finally talked them into it." Gosling could not contain his laughter, which prompted Ford to explain himself a little bit. "[The death was] not to just dispose of him. But to ennoble his participation. And give the whole tune some bottom. A bass note."

Taking the latter comment as a reference to his film musical film La La Land, Gosling said, "I caught where you drifted." 

"A song metaphor. Did I drift?" Ford deadpanned. "I drove there, man. I didn’t drift anywhere."

Ford Forgetting Gosling's Name 

The two made a stop on The Graham Norton Show but Ford couldn't seem to remember his co-star's name. “I read about the character that Ry …” he begins, recalling his initial impressions of the script, before hesitating. “It’s Ryan,” Gosling responds, which the audience laughs at before Ford continues with his story. The veteran actor stumbles again, saying, “What a great part. Why don’t we see if we can get …” before once again turning to Gosling for help. “Ryan,” he reminds Ford, as the actor tries to hold back his laughter.

Ford attempts his co-star's full name later in the interview, but, confused, Gosling asks, “Did you say Rosling?” Ford goes on to continue practicing saying Gosling's full name.

Gosling continued the gag during a solo appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Friday, when answering personal questions to raise money for breast cancer research. "Have you ever had a nickname? If so, what was it?" DeGeneres asks. "Harrison Ford calls me Brian," Gosling tells her. "I hope that's a nickname."

"I don't think it is. I think he thinks your name is Brian," the comedian responded.

Ford Detailing Punching Gosling in the Face

In another boozy interview, this time on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, the Hollywood legend talks nonchalantly about an on-set incident in which he accidentally punched his co-star in the face. "I threw 80 punches, 79 of them missed him," he explains. "What do you do after you hit your co-star in the face?" Fallon asks, prompting Ford to act out a scene in which he goes to Gosling with some whisky to apologize. Taking one more shot at Gosling, Ford jokingly complains that afterwards "he starts bitching about it, and you hear [about] it all over town."

Ford also addressed the punch during a solo appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Monday. 

"He's probably more shocked than I was," the actor said refering to a photograph of the accidental punch in where Ford has a shocked expression on his face. Further adding, "I'm surprised I didn’t hit him a lot more.

"He said it hurt and he says hello,” DeGeneres told Ford, leaving the actor to express his apologies. “Next time you see him, tell him I’m sorry,” Ford said. 

Ford Pokes Fun at Gosling for Being Canadian

In an interview with Ode Entertainment's Melissa Nathoo, Gosling gets flak for being Canadian. "You're advocating for the Canada wall, aren't you?" Gosling asks, to which Ford says he wants a wall to "keep the Mexicans in" and the likes of Gosling out. Later in the interview, Gosling's nationality is once again the topic of discussion, when in the middle of complimenting his co-star, Ford jokes, "I am little bit upset about the invasion from the north." When Nathoo points out that Ford also said "some really nice stuff" about Gosling, despite the Canadian diss, Ford jokes, "[Canadians] never get enough, believe me."

Ford Address His Viral Traffic Video 

During his sit-down interview with DeGeneres, Ford was asked why he was seen directing traffic in New York City. Ford explained that he attempted to hurry traffic caused by construction, so he could make the interview.

“It’s in New York. Sometimes when something needs to be done in New York, sometimes somebody does it. I’m just glad they didn’t catch the language,” Ford joked.

DeGeneres was quick to quip about the fact that the actor is seen wearing the same suit as in the video clip. “Thanks for dressing up,” the host joked. 

Ford Talks Flying and Fitness 

DeGeneres was quick to quip about the actors infamous airplane crash. After asking if the actor had a large plane, Ford explained that he had both medium and small planes. “I know you have small planes, because I’ve seen you crash those,” DeGeneres said unable to refrain from laughing. “One time and I didn’t crash. The plane crashe,” Ford joked. Jokes aside, Ford assured that he would never give up flying despite his past mistake. “I love it. It’s a big part of who I am now,” Ford said.

DeGeneres then showed his GQ magazine cover. Despite complimenting his fit physique, DeGeneres addressed the actor's somber expression on the cover. “That was their choice of face. I made a lot of faces and they chose that face. Does that look unhappy?” Ford asked DeGeneres. “It looks like ‘are we done yet?” the host responded with Ford joking, “Probably!”

When asked about his workout regimen, Ford explained that he enjoys doing the ab roller machine, leaving DeGeneres to joke “I didn’t know those still existed.” “Old school. Old school guy,” Ford said laughing, pointing to himself. 

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