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Harrison Ford names the co-star he thinks has a nice penis

Harrison Ford names the co-star he thinks has a nice penis

Harrison made the admission during an interview this week.

Harrison Ford has revealed that he thinks one of his co-stars has a 'nice penis'.

The actor, 80, made the admission during an interview with Stephen Colbert on The Late Show this week.

He made the unexpected revelation while promoting his new Apple TV+ series Shrinking.

You can watch the trailer for the new show below:

Shrinking follows a grieving therapist (Jason Segel) who starts causing chaos by telling his clients exactly what he thinks. Ford stars as his boss.

Ahead of the show's release last month, executive producers Bill Lawrence and Brett Goldstein claimed Ford had no idea who Segel was before he signed up for the show.

When he appeared on The Late Show, Colbert asked Ford if it was true he'd never heard of the Forgetting Sarah Marshall star.

Harrison Ford has revealed how he thinks one of his co-stars has a 'nice penis'.

Harrison put the rumours to bed, explaining to Colbert that it was 'not true' and revealing he had watched Jason in Forgetting Sarah Marshall where he had a nude scene at the beginning of the movie

"I knew who he was, I had seen a couple of films that he was in. I had seen at least some of Forgetting Sarah Marshall," Harrison explained.

"I had seen another film he did, really fantastic, called End of the Tour. He's a very talented guy."

Speaking about Forgetting Sarah Marshall specifically, he added: "The producer asked me what I thought and I said, 'nice penis'."

Colbert goes on to ask: “Does your knowledge of Jason Segel’s penis have anything to do with the name of the show Shrinking?

"No nothing at all," laughed Harrison.

In a separate interview, Harrison recently revealed how he ended up punching co-star Ryan Gosling in the face.

Jason Segel stars alongside Harrison Ford in Shrinking.
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The pair were filming Blade Runner 2049 when the punch occurred - and in an unearthed interview, Harrison has a pretty unsympathetic explanation for how it all came about.

Appearing on The Graham Norton Show, Harrison and Ryan were asked about the punch, and Harrison's reaction is pretty hilarious.

"Oh I misread the script," he joked.

"No, we were doing a scene in flashing strobe lights, he's walking backwards, I'm walking forwards, you have to make it look like the punch was intended, but I hit him. One out of 100 times I hit him."

Harrison Ford at the premiere of Shrinking.
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Ryan added: "I should be lucky I didn't get hit more is the theme of this, it's not just a punch though a Harrison Ford punch is a different animal altogether."

Harrison intercepted: "It was not a good punch," to which Ryan added: "I'll be the judge of that."

Harrison also told GQ Magazine at the time: “Ryan Gosling’s face was where it should not have been.

“His job was to be out of the range of the punch. My job was also to make sure that I pulled the punch.

"But we were moving, and the camera was moving, so I had to be aware of the angle to the camera to make the punch look good.

“You know, I threw about a hundred punches in the shooting of it, and I only hit him once."

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Topics: TV And Film, Celebrity