Harrison Ford on Playing Han Solo, Indiana Jones

The actor opens up about becoming the iconic "Star Wars" character and reprising Indiana Jones in the newest installment of the blockbuster series.
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Opening up about "Star wars: The force awakens" now, the movie, of course, shattering box office records becoming the highest grossing film of all time in the U.S. Lara telling us about the big auction in "Pop news" moments ago but now you can own "Star wars" Friday ahead of that. Nick watt sat down with Han solo himself. That's not how the force works. Reporter: Harrison Ford doesn't just play Han solo. Electrical overload. Reporter: He is Han solo and he got his wish. You've been wanting to do something like this with this character for awhile. For 30 year, 30 years. He serves as a story. He brings emotional weight and gravitas to the story. Reporter: Which is something -- Don't say how. Because nobody has seen the movie. Nobody has seen the movie. And you will spoil it. For the two people -- For the three people who have not seen it. Reporter: For those three and the rest of us "The force awakens" available to download from April 1st. Hans' pivotal moment involves his son -- that's all I'm saying. He is a naughty boy. Reporter: Theme of the entire "Star wars" movie -- The dark side. The light and the dark being so close together. How did it feel? It felt like a job to be done. It's my job. I love it. There's a quote from six or seven years ago where you said that there's going to be a time when you can't play action heroes anymore. ♪ you're now coming back as Indiana Jones. I said that? You don't remember saying that. No. Clearly you didn't mean it. Indiana Jones, always knew someday you'd come walking back through my door. Reporter: Indtdiana Jones slated for release. Do we know anything about what it'll be about? This would be the wrong place to announce details. Yeah. Of the script. You're probably right. Thanks for helping me do my job. Yeah. Whatever I can do. Reporter: Will he ever return to a galaxy far, far away? You hurt chew. Ie, you'll deal with me. Did it feel like passing the baton to the younger ones? I don't think of it so much as passing batons as a further development as an enrichment of the experience for the audience. Will you be back at all to -- To pick up a baton? We've moved on from the baton question. Will I be back? We can't talk about that. I'm so sorry. I mean, you know, appearing in the shower after it's all been a dream. I'm wondering maybe something like that. There are no showers. There are no showers in space, you know. Reporter: For "Good morning America," nick watt, ABC news, Hollywood. All right. Thanks, nick. The digital download of "Star wars: The force awakens" available Friday. The blu-ray version available April 5th with lots of extras for the fans.

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