Harrison Ford talks about his '80s classics in new interview
Harrison Ford may have lit up the screens as Indiana Jones, Han Solo and Jack Trainer, but when it comes to charming the media, Ford usually struggles a little more. I wouldn't say he comes off as as a churlish during interviews, but it feels like he's merely tolerating the experience rather than embracing it.
So it was a little refreshing to see Ford open up (a little) during a recent Q&A with New York Times Magazine and even touch on his '80s classics. Here are some highlights that '80s fans can related to.
COULD 'WORKING GIRL' BE MADE TODAY: "I shouldn’t think so. I think businesspeople are like every other type of character — they come in all varieties. And Working Girl depended on the glass ceiling for women, and what a pleasure it was to see someone break through. And it was funny."
WHAT CHARACTERS OF HIS DESERVE A REBOOT: "Oh, gosh. Well, I think the smaller-scale movies, which I like very much, would be harder to conceive another iteration of."
WHAT EVER BECAME OF JOHN BOOK AFTER 'WITNESS': "He left, man."