The screen legend had some unexpected praise for another actor.
But first, Harrison Ford will make his final appearance as the archeologist in the fifth film arriving in theaters next year.
Promoting his latest film, actor Harrison Ford chastized the United States and praised Greta Thunberg.
Quan was terrified Ford wouldn't recognize him, only for his onscreen father figure to ask, "Are you Short Round?" — and give him a loving hug.
The "Star Wars" icon will appear as Gen. Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross, a role previously played by William Hurt before his death in March.
Boyega said he had to sneak “the great Harrison Ford” off set to enjoy a Nigerian meal in London.
The actor fought through tears while proclaiming, "this one is fantastic."
The 78-year-old actor previously broke his leg on the set of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens" in 2014 after he was crushed behind a heavy door.
The actor who played Marion Ravenwood clarifies a conversation in her introductory scene, which some believe alludes to the title character’s predatory past.
The screen icon read studio notes trashing one of his biggest films.