Long before they ran Yellowstone Ranch in Taylor Sheridan's new "Yellowstone" spinoff series "1923," Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren first played husband and wife in the 1986 Peter Weir film "The Mosquito Coast."

"When we first worked together, he was a huge movie star and I was like nobody," Mirren told Variety with a laugh at the red carpet premiere of "1923" on Friday night. "So I was very scared."

By 1986, Ford had already portrayed Han Solo in the original "Star Wars" trilogy and starred in two "Indiana Jones" features.

She continued, "I learned a lot from him because I hadn't done a lot. I had done a lot of theater at the time, [but] I hadn't done a lot of films. So I looked up to him and he told me about film acting." Taught me a lot, which I am still using today.

Ford said of Mirren, "I admired her work and her personality, and I have the same admiration for her." "She's just a lovely person, so it's a professional pleasure and also a personal pleasure to be able to work with her again."

In the "Yellowstone" prequel series, the actors starred as Jacob and Kara Dutton, who manage a family ranch in 1920s Montana while facing hardships during the period of western expansion, Prohibition and the Great Depression. Is.

"We're going to see people we didn't know existed in the universe and we're going to get to know some of the characters who are now members of the current 'Yellowstone' family," said Sebastian Roche.

"In '1883,' you saw the origins of the Dutton family. It's the survival of the family.

For Darren Mann, who plays Jacob's nephew Jack Dutton, working with Ford and Mirren was "like living my dream come true."t

“One thing about her is that she puts you at ease immediately. It's one of her incredible qualities," Marley Shelton recalled of his first day filming with Mirren.

"Even though Dame Helen Mirren – working with the Academy Award winner can be intimidating – she's so incredible and makes you feel amazing and supported."

To achieve Ford's true western cowboy style, costume designer Jenny Bryant tried on about 75 hats on the "Indiana Jones" star. "It's all about his hat," she said.

“We have built a lot for that. Trying all different colors - different creases, different brims, different crown heights.

It was definitely a process," Bryant continued. "Taylor is also very specific about the kind of hat he likes. There was a lot of collaboration with Taylor, Harrison and me, who I call 'Jacob'.