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While making an appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” to promote his latest movie, “42,” actor Harrison Ford was asked the obligatory “Star Wars” questions.  Recently, Ford has said it’s likely he’ll be returning to the role that made him famous, but he told host Jimmy Kimmel that “Star Wars” was a topic he couldn’t talk about. Instead, Kimmel let costumed “fans” in the audience ask questions.
Without the ability to talk about “Star Wars,” the male fans, dressed as a Jedi and Princess Leia, were forced to come up with hard-hitting questions like “Are you hungry?” (He wasn’t, by the way.) Then a familiar face from the actor’s past appeared. Han Solo’s faithful sidekick Chewbacca was is in the crowd and wanted to speak to the actor. “You son of a b****,” an angry Ford says, “What do you want?” 
As Chewbacca continues to talk to Ford, speaking Wookie of course, the actor snaps at the alien, telling him “You’re the one who couldn’t keep it in your furry pants!” When Kimmel points out that Chewbacca doesn’t wear pants, Harrison exclaims, “I rest my case!”
As Chewie continues to roar at Ford, the actor yells, “You’re so full of s***,” before turning to Kimmel, demanding, “How did he get in here? Did you set this up?” Jimmy asks Harrison what happened between them to cause the tension, Ford looks at Chewbacca and says, “He knows what he did,” before explaining, “She was my wife.”
Finally, Ford calls Chewbacca a “Wookie sack of s***” before storming out of the theater, telling Chewie he’d see him in hell. So, no news on the “Star Wars” front, but a fun video that saw Han and Chewie together once again, even if they can’t be in the same room very long.
Check out the clip below:

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