James Minchin III/Paramount+ Harrison Ford plays Jacob Dutton, in ‘1923.
His career is more than 50 years old. Harrison Ford There are no plans to slow down.
Nominated for Academy Award, the nominee spoke out about his love of “the challenge“of making film and TV at 80” as he stars YellowstonePrequel spin-off 1923Paramount Network’s Sunday premiere of “The Message,” while speaking to The New York Times.
Ford joked, “I’m 80 and I’m playing77.” It’s a little stretch.
In 1923Ford and Helen Mirren Lead a new generation in the Dutton family as it navigates the hardships associated with the era, such as Prohibition and Great Depression.
Ford was also busy with his upcoming shows in Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny, MCU’s Captain America: New World Order ThunderboltsYou can also find the Apple TV+ series here Shrinking. 1923 Ford is Ford’s first television starring role.
James Minchin III/Paramount+ Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren in “1923”
He said, “I’ve been working pretty much in reverse,” he explained. It is not clear how it happened. But it happened.”
Und das? Star Wars icon does not plan to retire anytime soon. It’s something I love. Making a movie is a challenge. I feel at home. He said that it’s what he’d spent his entire life doing.
Ford stated, “I am here to sell movies.” “I don’t need to reinvent me. “I just want to work.”
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Ford once raved to PEOPLE, and other outlets, about Mirren’s work, 77, after they first appeared together in the 1986 feature adaptation. The Mosquito CoastBased on Paul Theroux’s novel of the name,
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“I admire her work and her person [now]Ford stated that she has the same level of admiration for her now as she did when I first met her in Los Angeles. 1923 This was earlier in the month. “She’s amazing, she’s just an ordinary person. It’s been both a professional and personal pleasure to work with her again.”
1923 After the conclusion of the last episode of “The Last Episode,” Paramount+ and Paramount Network will air this Sunday’s premiere on Paramount+. Yellowstone 8 p.m. ET.