It was an especially exciting day at the San Diego Comic-Con as attendees were in the presence of none other than Han Solo and Indiana Jones himself.
Harrison Ford was at the Con to promote his new sci-fi adventure film, "Ender's Game," but the conversation inevitably turned to the future of "Star Wars" during an interview in the MTV Livestream room.
"I'm not prepared at this time to have an in-depth conversation about … what did you call it again?" joked Ford, to which MTV's Josh Horowitz playfully reminded him, "'Star Wars.'"
Ford may still be extremely tight-lipped about anything involving "Episode VII," but he did have some nice things to say about the new captain of the franchise, J.J. Abrams … a man whom Ford worked with way back in 1991 when the "Lost" mastermind played a small role in "Regarding Henry," which Abrams also co-produced.
"He's a great storyteller … he's developed an enormous filmmaking skill," said Ford. "I think it's a daunting project and he's the kind of guy that can take on huge challenges and deliver. And he's an awful nice guy."
Check out the MTV's "Star Wars" talk with Harrison Ford above.