Carrie Fisher Cuddles Up to Billie Lourd and Mark Hamill in Sweet Star Wars Photos as Costars Share Her Candid Advice to Them

The cast of Star Wars is remembering their fallen princess-turned-general. In a new cover story for Vanity Fair, the stars of the saga’s latest installment, The Last Jedi, share their fond memories of Carrie Fisher on set — along with the wise advice she gave them. As the saga’s latest female lead, Daisy Ridley recalls how the actress behind the iconic hair buns helped her deal with the expectations that come with joining the vaunted franchise. Read More: // here

Carrie Fisher Slapped Oscar Isaac 27 Times While Filming ‘Last Jedi’

The actor confesses to Stephen Colbert he tried to keep his script for ‘The Force Awakens,’ which didn’t go over well with Disney. 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

Carrie Fisher’s ‘Catastrophe’ co-stars recall her final days

The creators of Amazon’s “Catastrophe,” which stars Carrie Fisher in one of her final roles, said they were shocked by her unexpected death last year and had bigger plans for her character.
“We had no idea. I don’t think she had any idea,” series star and co-creator Rob Delaney said in an interview Thursday. 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

How Carrie Fisher Left ‘Catastrophe’ on the Perfect, Ad-Libbed Note, and the Future of Her Character

“It’s great TV.”
Those are Carrie Fisher’s final words on “Catastrophe,” in a posthumous appearance in the Season 3 finale, but she might as well have been speaking about herself. In an interview with IndieWire, co-creators, writers and stars Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan discussed that final scene and Fisher’s impact upon the series. Read More: // here

Joely Fisher to remember sister Carrie in new memoir

Actress Joely Fisher will share her memories of half-sister Carrie Fisher in a new memoir, Growing Up Fisher. William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollins, announced Thursday that it will publish the book, subtitled Musings, Memories, and Misadventures, on Nov. 14. According to a news release, the “heartfelt book is full of untold stories and never-before-seen photos of her family and her experiences growing up in Hollywood.” Joely’s mother is Connie Stevens and her father was the late Eddie Fisher; she and Carrie had the same dad. Read More: // here

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Carrie Fisher’s co-stars recall her final days

The creators of Amazon’s “Catastrophe,” which stars Carrie Fisher in one of her final roles, said they were shocked by her unexpected death last year and had bigger plans for her character. “We had no idea. I don’t think she had any idea,” series star and co-creator Rob Delaney said in an interview Thursday. 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

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