Carrie Fisher and Harrison Ford Describe Their Iconic Roles from a Galaxy Far, Far Away

The actors who portrayed Princess Leia and Han Solo revisit their characters in "Star Wars: The Force Awakens."
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Transcript for Carrie Fisher and Harrison Ford Describe Their Iconic Roles from a Galaxy Far, Far Away
Finally tonight here, the wait is almost over. The new "Star wars" mu from our parent company Disney. Tonight, our interview with Harrison Ford and Carrie fisher. Chewie -- we're home. Energy, and action! Reporter: Director J.J. Abrams and the cast on day one. "Star wars" episode seven. How incredible is that? Reporter: J.j. Abrams has said he loves what George Lucas set out to do from the very start. That these were films about the every man, every woman, absolute nobodies who are tested. Well, thank you. Yeah. I think that's true. That is salt of the Earth type people are put in, in difficult circumstances. It's true. All of it. Reporter: You've seen this thing. Oh, this thing. This big thing. Trust me. It's good. Reporter: What do you think? The parts where I'm in it are distressing. But everything else is really great. Reporter: But when they hear that the parts with Leia in them -- I got older and no one told me. And then they put me on a screen really, really big. And they put me in, what, high-def. Reporter: You spent so much time over the years with Harrison Ford, that you ran out of things to say, except that you are endlessly impressed by how svelt he still is. That is so annoying. Men have one fat cell and women have two to that one. Harrison looks really good and he works at it, too, this though, but he was born with, you know, a DNA jackpot type thing. Reporter: We told him when she said. Mostly interested in how Harrison has stayed in such good shape over these years. Yeah, yeah. Thank you, Carrie. Reporter: It was the tension between Han solo and princess leai that fueled it all here in "Empire strikes back." I love you. I know. Reporter: The famous moment. Were you say, "I love you." I know. Reporter: That's what he says. I know. Reporter: Would he say that today? Yeah, he would. Reporter: Still a wise guy? He is still a wise guy, but what we've all been through a lot, we're trying to, like, get it together. Reporter: Do you get together? I can't tell you that. Reporter: On the set, one of the new stars, John, bringing his storm trooper for Harrison to sign. Right here. Reporter: Do they have any idea what they're walking into? How could you know? You have no idea. Reporter: No idea. The tension between Han solo and Leia, alive and well. Thank you for watching here on a Wednesday. I'm David Muir. I ho horrific

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