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By Sharon Knolle
Updated November 22, 2002 at 05:00 AM EST
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Harrison Ford wrestled terrorists at 20,000 feet and took on tribes of angry natives. Now, in next summer’s cop caper Hollywood Homicide, he’ll chase a bad guy through L.A. — on a child’s pink, balloon-adorned bicycle. ”We shut down Hollywood Boulevard and Grauman’s Chinese Theatre,” says costar Isaiah Washington of last month’s shoot. ”There I was, a black man in a blue Versace shirt and two-carat diamond earrings, bling-blinging down the road with a nine-millimeter — with a disheveled, angry cop on a little girl’s bicycle chasing me.” The Ghost Ship-mate says Ford requested the bike (”with a bell on it”) to make the scene wackier. Adding to the mayhem, the character, who moonlights as a real estate agent, tries to close a deal on the phone. ”We’re not taking ourselves seriously,” says Washington. ”It’s not Dog Day Afternoon.”

Hollywood Homicide

type
  • Movie
genre
mpaa
  • PG-13
runtime
  • 111 minutes
director
  • Ron Shelton

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