Harrison Ford storms out of ‘Kimmel,’ confronted by ‘Star Wars’ characters

He's not happy. You can tell.

(Credit: Jimmy Kimmel Live/YouTube Screenshot by Chris Matyszczyk/CNET)

It’s not often you see a bearded Princess Leia. At least not in the circles I normally run in.

Yet when Harrison Ford appeared on Wednesday’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” he was confronted by the sight of people who had taken their “Star Wars” devotion to places where Captain Kirk would not be so bold to venture.

Ford explained to Jimmy Kimmel that he couldn’t, positively wouldn’t, answer questions about the new “Star Wars” movie — yes, the one that George Lucas hinted Ford might appear in.

Still, Kimmel politely wondered whether Ford would graciously accept questions from the audience.

No sooner had he agreed than the only people asking questions were dressed as “Star Wars” characters.

Sadly, their imaginations were stumped by Ford’s edict.

These were clearly people who live, breathe, and bathe “Star Wars.”

One resorted to: “Do you like being in movies?” Another mumbled: “Are you hungry?”

But when a Wookiee stepped up to ask a question in Wookieese, Ford lost his sense of propriety.

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