Original Han Solo Harrison Ford Surprises Alden Ehrenreich During Interview for 'Solo'

Posted May 14, 2018

May, specifically, should be a big month for moviegoers, as Avengers: Infinity War is still doing traffic, while the likes of Deadpool 2 and Solo: A Star Wars Story are still coming up.

So when Ehrenreich was asked in an interview with Entertainment Tonight on Saturday about any advice Ford gave him in portraying the famous Star Wars character, little did he know he'd come face to face with his mentor. Ehrenreich also told the late night host he got to hang out with Ford and his planes before they headed off to lunch, so it sounds like they did spend a good chunk of time together the day they met.

'Get out of my life, ' Ford joked.

When he was asked about whether or not the original Han Solo himself, Harrison Ford, had visited the set or if he'd given him some advice, Ehrenreich replied: "He didn't visit the set".

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"Get out of my chair", Ford said after shaking Ehrenreich's hand.

Shocked Ehrenreich said "You're s******* me".

The actor is floored when he sees Ford saying 'You're s******* me.

"Oh my God, that is awesome", says a clearly surprised Ehrenreich.

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As for Ford and Howard's reason for stopping by Ehrenreich's interview, Ford only said "We were just in the neighborhood", right before the clip cuts off. Ford crashed the interview in the middle of Ehrenreich answering a question.

Although Ford does not make a cameo in Solo, he has been active in the making of the film including mentoring the actor stepping into his iconic role.

'So we had lunch I guess two years ago or something and he was really encouraging, really supportive and we went off and shot the film and everything like that.

'Then they were like oh you've got your chance and he comes up behind me. You can take a look at the full interview, below.

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Ehrenreich has drawn praise for his turn as a younger take on the space smuggler, steered by Howard from a script by longtime Star Wars screenwriter Lawrence Kasdan (The Empire Strikes Back, The Force Awakens) and son Jonathan Kasdan.