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Harrison Ford Talks 'Star Wars' and Family: 'My Kids Do Not Think I'm Cool'

"Star Wars: The Force Awakens" officially opens on December 18, and everyone and their estranged, heavy-breathing, mask-wearing father is expected to see the J.J. Abrams-directed film.

With positive reviews flowing in, a 97 percent approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes and an expected weekend box office of close to, if not surpassing, $200 million, Episode VII of the long-awaited franchise is on nearly everyone's (droid-enhanced) radar.

We sat down with the cast of "Star Wars" at a hush-hush press conference on December 6 and talked to Harrison Ford (aka Han Solo) and Carrie Fisher (Leia) about family, and what Ford said was particularly surprising.

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While "Star Wars" fans all over the world have nursed a serious crush on Han Solo, we learned that Ford's kids apparently don't even think he's cool.

We'll see if "The Force Awakens" changes that.

Image from Alex J. Berliner/ABImages via Disney

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