in promotional attribute Of the “shrinkage”, Siegel said that when he signed Ford, “he thought it was a practical joke, it just seemed so unreal”. This was likely a lot of people’s reaction, since Ford isn’t necessarily who you’d expect to appear alongside the star of “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” or “I Love You, Man.” But like his recent performance in HBO’s “win timeproves that Segel is perfectly capable of delivering drama. And as it turns out, the gritty Ford is perfectly capable of delivering laughs.
Talking to moviefoneSiegel said that he and his co-creators, “underestimated Harrison Ford’s funnyness” and that while they planned to write him as “the gruff straight guy”, he actually quickly proved how funny he could be:
“Harrison Ford is funny! It’s like the world of comedy […] It just goes to show you how we are all limited by our own fantasies, but this guy knew what he was capable of and wanted to show him off.”
Goldstein echoed that sentiment, he said Hollywood Reporter that Ford was “excited to be funny” with Lawrence adding:
“In the beginning, your idea is, ‘Well, you’ll write Harrison Ford Grove and everyone will do comedy around him, and he’ll respond, with gruffness, to people laughing.'” A couple of episodes in, I was like, ‘Oh, he’s making moves.’ Like, Harrison Ford is here to make comedy, not to respond to comedy.”
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