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Harrison Ford is so sick of people asking him who would win in a fight between Han Solo and Indiana Jones

Harrison Ford is so sick of people asking him who would win in a fight between Han Solo and Indiana Jones

The actor humbly claimed he would triumph in the fight.

Harrison Ford is so sick and tired of fans asking who would win in a fight: Han Solo or Indiana Jones.

During an interview with Esquire to reflect on his illustrious career, the screen legend revealed what question he usually gets asked by super fans.

He replied: “Well, they usually ask me, ‘If there was a fight between Han Solo and Indiana Jones, who would f**kin’ win?’

"And I say, ‘Me, a**hole!

"I don’t want to f**king make s**t up like that. I mean, what are you asking me that crap for?’"

The 80-year-old will be reprising the role of the world-renowned archaeologist in Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny, set to be released later this month.

When asked what drew him to the project while pushing 80, the actor claimed he had unfinished business with the character.

“I wanted an ambitious movie to be the last one,” he said.

“And I don’t mean that we didn’t make ambitious movies before - they were ambitious in many different ways. But not necessarily as ambitious with the character as I wanted the last one to be.”

Harrison also recalled while filming a stunt with Mads Mikkelsen, who stars as Jürgen Voller, a former Nazi during World War II in the film, he accidentally pulled the subscapularis muscle off his right shoulder.

It shut down production for two weeks.


“Yeah, well, I’m also known for shutting movies down because I get hurt, which is not something you want to be known for. But hey, s**t happens," he shrugged.

Earlier this year, Disney confirmed Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny would be the franchise's final instalment.

Though the actor previously stated he was done with Indy, while speaking to Empire, he said: “I just thought it would be nice to see one where Indiana Jones was at the end of his journey.

"If a script came along that I felt gave me a way to extend the character."

Director James Mangold added: “It became really important to me to figure out how to make this a movie about a hero at sunset."

Phoebe Waller-Bridge plays Jones' granddaughter, and there will be a new set of faces joining the franchise, including Antonio Banderas, John Rhys-Davies (Lord of the Rings) and Shaunette Renée Wilson (Black Panther).

The Dial of Destiny will be released in threaters 30 June.

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