Carrie Fisher and Other Star Wars: The Last Jedi Stars’ Character Posters Revealed

May the Force be with her, always. Lucasfilm and Walt Disney Studios have released new character posters for Star Wars: The Last Jedi for Carrie Fisher’s General Leia, Mark Hamill’s Luke Skywalker, Daisy Ridley’s Rey, Adam Driver’s Kylo Ren, Oscar Isaac’s Poe andJohn Boyega’s Finn, with all of them wearing red outfits to match the movie’s logo. The top parts of their faces are cut off on purpose. Read More: // here

Mark Hamill & the Cast of ‘Star Wars’ Remember the ‘Irreplaceable’ Late Carrie Fisher at D23 Expo

Carrie Fisher’s castmates are continuing to honor the late legend. At the D23 Expo this weekend, Fisher’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi co-stars spoke to ET’s Cameron Mathison about her enduring legacy and the loss they’re still feeling. Read More: // here

‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ director promises Carrie Fisher’s final scenes will give “emotional satisfaction” to fans

The actress, who played Leia in the franchise, passed away in December 2016 having already filmed her scenes for the forthcoming movie. Read More: // here

Comic Con: Princess Leia Star Wars Fan Club Tribute Presentation

Sunday @ 10:00am
Princess Leia Star Wars Fan Club Tribute Presentation
Join your fellow Star Wars fans for a special tribute in honor of the extraordinary actress Carrie Fisher. Best known for her role as Princess Leia Organa in the Star Wars universe, Carrie’s larger-than-life personality both on and off screen was destined to carve a special place in the hearts of Star Wars fans of all ages. Hear from fellow fans as they share personal stories of how Carrie Fisher inspired them, touched their lives, and will live in everyone’s hearts-always! Hosted by the Star Wars Fan Clubs: Rebel Legion, Mandalorian Mercs, R2 Builders, and 501st Legion.
Sunday July 23, 2017 10:00am – 11:00am
Room 6DE
1: Programs, Fandom, Movies, Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Carrie Fisher Receives Posthumous Emmy Nomination

Actress played Rob Delaney’s overbearing mother on British series, ‘Catastrophe’ 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 opened up about her demons — and knew she wouldn’t have a Hollywood ending

Carrie Fisher never said she had conquered her problems. The quintessential child of Tinseltown never expected a Hollywood ending. She talked openly and often about her 45-year-long fight with bipolar disorder, alcoholism and drug addiction, explaining how opioids in particular “dialed down” her manic episodes. Read More: // here

A royal tribute to Carrie Fisher’s Princess Leia for Denver Comic Con

Before her death late last year, Carrie Fisher was originally scheduled to appear at the Denver Comic Con taking place this weekend, June 30 through July 2, at the Colorado Convention Center. Read More: // here

Tour Carrie Fisher’s One-of-a-Kind Beverly Hills Home with her Brother: ‘It’s Kind of Like Being Inside Her Head’

Carrie Fisher’s home is out of this universe. Good Morning America‘s Ginger Zee took a tour of the late actress’s Hacienda-style home in Beverly Hills and captured all of the eclectic décor and personal Star Wars memorabilia that are proudly displayed in the colorful rooms. Read More: // here

Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds’ ‘Magnificent’ Collection to Be Sold at Auction as Home Readies for Sale

Fans all over the world will now have the opportunity to own a piece of Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds‘ legacy. The Profiles in History auction house announced Thursday that over 1,500 of the two late actresses’ personal artifacts will be going up for sale starting Sept. 23. The auction house also said that a portion of the proceeds will benefit The Thalians, Reynolds’ charity, as well as The Jed Foundation, an organization chosen by Fisher’s daughter, Billie Lourd. Read More: // here

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