Harrison Ford plays a cranky, no-nonsense news anchor opposite Diane Keaton's perky morning show co-host in 'Morning Glory,' in theaters November 10, and only we have a first look at the hilarious comedy!
"I play a retired network news anchor named Mike Pomeroy, lodged by his contract to serve the network on the lowest-rated morning show in perhaps the history of television," explains Harrison.
In 'Morning Glory,' Rachel McAdams plays a hardworking TV producer who lands a job at a last-place morning news show, hoping to turn it into a hit with the addition of Harrison's veteran TV anchor. But when Harrison refuses to cover morning show staples like celebrity gossip, weather, fashion and words like "fluffy" -- let alone work amiably with his new co-host (Diane), a former beauty queen -- conflict and crack-ups ensue.
"They were such great foils, and they had never met, so it was great to watch them become friends," says Rachel. "You call action and they were so professional -- they could just turn it on and off."
Directed by Roger Michell ('Notting Hill') and produced by J.J. Abrams, the film also stars Jeff Goldblum and Patrick Wilson.
Watch ET for more 'Morning Glory'!