You remember the movie Hollywood homicide? It would be a surprise if you did. The 2003 police comedy is not one of them Harrison Fordhis most popular projects of his long career. But it has a place in Hollywood history because of the enchantment that is supposed to have taken place on set. Apparently, Ford and his fellow star Josh Hartnett it was so misunderstood that Ford refused to look the other actor in the eye.
Unlike other quarrels on the set, Ford and Hartnett is not particularly well documented and there has been no going back and forth on social media, as is the case between some celebrities facing off today. That being said, Hartnett confirmed when the film came out that his relationship with his fellow star was strained. Read on to find out more about this piece of movie drama.
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Into the Hollywood homicide, Ford and Hartnett play two detectives investigating the crimes of a rap group. Ford’s character was a long-time police officer, while Hartnett’s greener officer was more interested in becoming an actor.
Their characters already had to collide, but it seems that the backstage problems of the actors could have been translated on screen. The Washington PostHis review of the film reads: screen or, at best, a rehearsal. “
According to reports, Hartnett and Ford could not look each other in the eye or understand each other while promoting the film. Yahoo! Britain reports that Ford would call Hartnett a “punk” and Hartnett also called Ford an “old man”, although these quotes are not confirmed by any of the stars.
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According to Contact Music, in 2003, Harnett said of working with Ford: “There were times when we just got in the car when we had to do a scene and neither of us said anything for an hour.” He added that he believes that their dynamics have improved by the end of production. “I think it was a testing period that I had to endure. But we came to an agreement almost at the end,” he said.
In what was probably proof of this, the two performed together at the 2003 MTV Movie Awards and joked on stage.
Ford is a beloved actor, but he also has a reputation for being somewhat poignant, especially because of the interviews in which he can be quite direct. So it’s not too shocking that he seems so open about his dislike for a co-star. But since the movie was filmed almost 20 years ago, you certainly wouldn’t expect him or Hartnett to share anything more about their working relationship now.
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