Harrison Ford Insists On Keeping the Clothing From His Films [AUDIO]
In an interview with “On-Air with Ryan Seacrest” Friday, big screen legend Harrison Ford dished about his most recent film “Morning Glory,” where he comically plays grumpy old-schooled anchorman Mike Pomeroy along side Rachel McAdams and Diane Keaton. Harrison explained in preparation for the role he “didn’t do much research…[in that] I’ve been a guest on morning talk shows…and I’ve sat and watched” enough to observe what’s going on. However, Harrison did make note “this [news show] one was fiction and the ones I go on we hope are the better ones,” as the shows bottom tier ranking is what it’s comedy derives from.
When questioned about his recent wardrobe choices regarding a distinctive pair of lime green socks worn on “Live with Regis and Kelly,” Harrison defended his choice of style explaining the socks were his character Mike’s, adding he wore them to show the audience that “there is more to this guy.” When it comes to Harrison’s own personal style, he disclosed “the most important part of my contract is to keep the clothes,” revealing he’s horrible at shopping.
With “Morning Glory” now out in theaters, what’s next for the four-decade-long careered actor? DreamWorks’ “Cowboys & Aliens” (due Summer 2011), which after clearing the word as okay to say on-air, Harrison describes as “kick-ass.”