Harrison Ford on Cowboys and Aliens
The Veteran actor shares his thoughts on the Jon Favreau directed CBM and working with Daniel Craig.
So what exactly does Harrison Ford think about the concept of a "Cowboys and Aliens" movie? According to him, "its the type of movie people will see more than once".
Speaking with BANG Showbiz, the Indiana Jones actor had this to say about the movie and working with Daniel Craig.
The 68-year-old ‘Morning Glory’ star told BANG Showbiz: “It seems to be the kind of movie people go to these days more than once. I’m delighted to be involved in one of those and I think everyone involved did a bang-on job.
“It was wonderful working with Daniel Craig who is a funny, smart guy and the director Jon Favreau who did the two ‘Iron Man’ films.”
The ‘Indiana Jones’ veteran added that he enjoyed filming scenes on horseback and hinted that his role is similar to his ‘Morning Glory’ character Mike Pomeroy, who is a “grumpy old man”.
He said: “It’s a very different kind of movie and I was very happy to do it – and it was great to be outside the whole time on a horse. and I play a grumpy old man in that as well.”
A brand new Cowboys and Aliens Trailer will air during the super bowl on February, 16. The movie also stars Olivia Wilde, Sam Rockwell, and Clancy Brown and is scheduled for a July 2011 release.
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