Harrison Ford is ready for the return of "Blade Runner," talking with "Extra's" Renee Bargh at Comic-Con about the sequel thirty-five years in the making, "Blade Runner 2049."
The 75-year-old made light of aging since the last installlment, saying the only thing that has changed for him is "the color of my hair." He called returning to the role "a dream job" and isn't letting anything slow him down — he told Renee the stunts for the film were no problem. “Running, jumping, falling down," Ford cracked, "that’s all... easy-peasy."
Hollywood heartthrob Ryan Gosling, who joins Ford in the sci-fi thriller, earned Ford's praise. "I’m impressed," Ford said. "He’s a really smart guy, he’s a very generous person, I loved working with him, really had a good time."
Smiling, he promised, “I’m gonna be in all his movies now."
"Blade Runner 2049" is in theaters October 6.