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How Star Wars Feels Without Carrie Fisher, According To Mark Hamill

If you have kept up with the Star Wars franchise, then you likely know that it experienced a massive tragedy when Carrie Fisher passed away last December. The actress responsible for bringing Leia Organa to life was gearing up to take on an integral role in the future of the property, and with The Last Jedi now being her final appearance, Episode IX’s story have even retooled to try and cope with her passing. Fisher’s death was an event felt by many people around the world, and costar Mark Hamill recently opened up and explained that it left a despondent cloud over the series, saying: Read More here

Mark Hamill on Returning to ‘The Last Jedi’ Without Carrie Fisher

In The Force Awakens, fans had to say goodbye to Han Solo thanks to a fatal encounter with Kylo Ren. Much more tragically, fans had to say goodbye to Carrie Fisher after her sudden passing last year. While many of her scenes were shot for The Last Jedi, co-star Mark Hamill revealed just how much her passing affected both him and the process of bringing the film to life. Read More here

Carrie Fisher given ‘amazing’ send-off in Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Carrie Fisher is given an “amazing” send-off in her final Star Wars film, according to co-star John Boyega. The London-born actor said he shares “many scenes” with the late actress in Star Wars: The Last Jedi and that the sci-fi franchise “keeps her alive”. Read More: // here

Lucasfilm Artist Creates Gorgeous Tribute To Carrie Fisher

Star Wars fans around the world have gone to great lengths to memorialize Carrie Fisher, who passed away in December of last year. And now, one LucasFilm artist has joined in, with a rather stunning piece of tribute art. Joe Corroney, who has been designing art for various Star Wars properties since 1996, shared the art on his Facebook page, in a post that you can see below. The art features the actress in her various appearances as Leia Organa, with her appearance from The Last Jedi’s Vanity Fair cover taking center stage. Read More: // here

Carrie Fisher appears as Princess Leia for final cover

The late Carrie Fisher takes center stage on one of Vanity Fair‘s four summer covers dedicated to “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.” Shot by Annie Leibovitz on set of the eagerly anticipated film, the other three covers feature the rest of the movie’s main cast, including Daisy Ridley, Mark Hamill, John Boyega, Oscar Isaac, Adam Driver, Domhnall Gleeson, Gwendoline Christie and Kelly Marie Tran. It was the last magazine cover the actress posed for. Read More: // here

Billie Lourd posts sweet throwback photo featuring Carrie Fisher for ‘Star Wars’ Day

May the Fourth just isn’t the same without Princess Leia. This year’s celebration of the “Star Wars” holiday is the first since Carrie Fisher died last December at the age of 60. In her honor, Fisher’s daughter, actress Billie Lourd, shared a sweet throwback photo Thursday that will put a smile on any “Star Wars” fan’s face. Read More: // here

Oscar Isaac talks about shooting his ‘intense’ ‘The Last Jedi’ scene with Carrie Fisher

With the news that Carrie Fisher will not be appearing in “Star Wars: Episode IX,” it looks like “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” will be the final time we see the late actress play the iconic Princess (now General) Leia. Read More: // here

Star Wars Celebration: A Tribute To Carrie Fisher

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Watch: ‘Star Wars’ celebrates Carrie Fisher with emotional tribute

The Force is still strong with Carrie Fisher. Star Wars fans from around the world have gathered in Orlando this week for Star Wars Celebration, the annual fan convention that celebrates all things from a galaxy far, far away. The latest installment in the franchise, The Last Jedi, hits theaters in December, and though members of the original cast and crew gathered to toast the franchise’s 40th anniversary, Princess Leia’s absence cast a pall over the proceedings. A panel Thursday featured nearly every big name from Star Wars history — including Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill, Hayden Christensen and Billy Dee Williams — except Fisher, who died in December at age 60. Read More: // here

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