Quantcast
Posted by: Matt McGloin
/ 1 year 16 weeks ago

Now Harrison Ford Says He Is Unsure About Star Wars: Episode VII

Body

11641

It seems a given that the original actors - Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher and Harrison Ford - are returning in 2015 with J.J. Abrams for Star Wars Episode VII, right?

We've already heard inklings from Hamill, who has already been said to be training for the role, and from Fisher, who says she is on board. In addition, it was also said that Ford was already cast.

Hold on a minute as now Harrison Ford seems unsure if he will be returning for Star Wars: Episode VII.

Appearing on the Graham Norton Show, which also had Benedict Cumberbatch as a guest (also rumored for Star Wars: Episode VII), Harrison Ford stated he hasn't yet decided if he will be in the new movie, according to the UK's Metro.

Ford has been mum on the subject in recent interviews including telling USA Today he had "nothing to say about that" when questioned about Star Wars. Ford also hasn't been answering questions on various talks shows, but did have fun with it at least on Jimmy Kimmel.

It could be that Harrison Ford is dodging Star Wars questions because he wants to focus on his latest movie, Ender's Game, as well as that Disney and Abrams aren't just ready yet to make the announcement. 

At least hopefully that's the case.

Update: Video has surfaced shedding a new light on Harrison Ford's statements.

For more news on a galaxy far, far away head on over to the Cosmic Book News Star Wars movie hub.

More From Cosmic Book News:

Tiffany Smith of DC All Access offers an update. Watch the video.
Benedict Cumberbatch is up next in our 2015 Academy Award Roundup.
Amell and Renner get schooled on the proper use of a bow and arrow.
Constantine's version of the black diamond...
Will Thor make it out of Avengers 2 alive?
Befriend, help and destroy players from all over the world in this real-time strategy MMO.
See why the Avengers are at the top of the most wanted list.
Appearing on Jimmy Kimmel, stars take credit for Super Bowl controversy.