No doubt when you reach a certain stage in Hollywood and your career as a household-name actor, your priorities begin to shift.

Robert DeNiro, for example, decided to cash in and take roles in comedies and mock his legacy as the leading example of Italian-American gangsters by starring in commercials about bagels. Harrison Ford, meanwhile, feels more than comfortable than acknowledging the fact that he doesn't give one single, solitary shit about 'Star Wars' or fan theories concerning 'Star Wars'.

In an interview with USA Today, Ford was asked about whether or not his appearance in 'Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker' meant that he was a force ghost, and by such, was Han Solo force-sensitive? This has a question that has no doubt plagued corners of the internet where the difference between an AT-AT and AT-ST is the difference between night and day.

For Harrison Ford, however, this thing doesn't really occupy his mind. "A Force ghost? I don’t know what a Force ghost is," he remarks. "Don’t tell anyone. I’m not talking loud enough for your recorder. I have no fucking idea what a Force ghost is. And I don’t care."

Look, at the end of the day, he's Harrison Ford and you're not, so we're all just going to have to get on with it. To be clear, Han Solo was absolutely not a Force ghost, nor was he Force sensitive. The apparition was a manifestation of Kylo Ren's guilt, and he didn't have the translucent blue glow that Luke Skywalker or Yoda had.

Plus, Han Solo's character was built on skepticism of the Force, so the fact that Harrison Ford not only doesn't know what a Force ghost is, but doesn't care?

Man, he's not even acting at this stage.