Hollywood superstar Harrison Ford has revealed he is “way too lazy” to set up his own production company.Dozens of a-list actors have established their own movie production businesses in the past years, but the “Indiana Jones” star stressed he is not wasting a thought on such endeavours.”Im way too lazy for that. I always wanted others to do that kind of work. I never had the feeling I should protect my potential or my career my setting up my own production firm,” he told Austrian magazine Live.The American, who plays a TV news anchorman in new comedy movie “Morning Glory”, added: “Im interested in characters. Im interested in (“Morning Glory” character) Mike Pomeroy, Indiana Jones and Jack Ryan, not Harrison Ford. I dont want to be in the Harrison Ford business.”Asked why he took on the main role in “Morning Glory”, which will hit the screens in Austrian cinemas next week, he said: “I decide intuitively and the script was very funny. Furthermore, I always wanted to work with (co-star) Diane Keaton who I havent known before.”Ford also revealed he lost any trust in nowadays television news coverage regarding their quality and credibility.The 68-year-old said: “There are some exceptions to the rule, but you should better not watch the news if you want real information. I think todays TV news arent based on facts but are just focusing on spreading opinion.”I once put a lot of hope into (leading American news network) CNN, but what is it today? A channel which sells its opinion but everyones got their own opinion anyway,” Ford added.