Harrison Ford calls Trump a “son of a b ****” in the Jimmy Kimmel show after being shown false “presidential” reviews of his new movie The Call of the Wild
- Harrison Ford noted Trump as a “son of a b ****” in the Jimmy Kimmel Live show
- Star Wars star received a false poster for his new film, The Call of the Wild
- False reviews of the film by a ‘Donald J. Trump’ talked about the ‘perfect call’
- Ford then joked: “That’s the first thing that b **** son did for me … ever”
Harrison Ford mocked Donald Trump at the Jimmy Kimmel show and called the president a “son of a b ****”.
The Star Wars and Indiana Jones stars made a joke when he appeared in the live broadcast last night to promote his new movie, The Call of the Wild.
During the interview, the legendary actor received a fake poster for The Call of the Wild, which consisted of fake reviews from Donald Trump, rather than comments from critics.
The host began by asking Ford if he had seen “the reviews” of his new film.
Kimmel then presented the fake poster for the film that replaced critics’ reviews and filled it with fake comments from “Donald J. Trump,” referring to his “perfect call” with Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky who prompted the investigation accusation.
One of these fake reviews said, “That call was perfect,” while another read, “This was a perfect call,” “I call it a” perfect call, “because it was.”
Harrison Ford was shown a fake poster of The Call of the Wild with ‘reviews’ from ‘Donald J. Trump’ about his ‘perfect call’ with Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky
Ford laughed at the fake poster and joked: “That’s the first thing that a **** son did for me … ever”
The Star Wars actor also joked about “we no longer believe in science” during his interview with Jimmy Kimmel last night in Los Angeles
The fake poster also had comments like “It was a great call.” Not just a good phone call, it was a perfect phone call. “
“So the reviews are coming in,” Kimmel told Ford as the Los Angeles crowd laughed and applauded.
Ford burst out laughing and made his own crack at the president’s expense.
He said to Kimmel, “That’s the first thing that a **** son did for me … ever.”
When Kimmel called his next guest “Science Bob,” Ford hit Trump again.
The host said, “Science has really been attacked, isn’t it?” Ford replied, “Yes, think.”
Harrison Ford appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live and was shown a fake poster of his new movie The Call of the Wild with ‘reviews’ from ‘Donald J. Trump’
After the interview, Ford joked about his own academic grades at school when the next guest, Science Bob, appeared
The 77-year-old actor joked: “Speaking of science … out the door. We no longer believe in science, nobody here no longer believes in science. ”
Kimmel then asked Ford if he was good at science at school and the actor replied that he was “good at dissection of the small dead animals.”
He further explained that he achieved good grades until the fifth grade when his performance dropped out, and added: “I was not a great student.”
Ford added, “That’s why I’m an actor now, because in the middle of my university career I realized I would never make it.”
Ford has previously spoken against the denial of climate change by the Trump government.
Donald Trump spoke at a meeting in Manchester, New Hampshire last night. Harrison Ford appeared on Jimmy Kimmel where the president was mocked for his “perfect call” with Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky who led to the removal procedure
Harrison Ford arrives Monday night for the Jimmy Kimmel Live TV show in Hollywood, Los Angeles
He said in 2017: ‘We are facing an unprecedented moment in this country. Today’s biggest threat is no climate change, no pollution, no flooding or fire. It is that we have people who are responsible for important things that do not believe in science. “
The Call Of The Wild, which will be released on February 20, is based on Jack London’s novel of the same name from 1903 about the adventures of a St. Bernard / Scotch Collie dog in the Canadian Yukon.
Ford plays gold hunter John Thornton in the film that will mark the live-action directing debut of Chris Sanders.