Star Wars cast pay tribute to ‘irreplaceable’ Carrie Fisher ahead of late star’s final film role
Posted by Will Stroude on December 4, 2017 1:22 pm
Originally From: Attitude
Tags: Carrie Fisher, Cast, death, Entertainment, Film, Gay, gwendoline christie, icon, laura dern, Mark Hamill, Princess Leia, release, Star Wars: the Last Jedi
As Star Wars fans await the release of the sci-fi saga’s eagerly anticipated new instalment The Last Jedi later this month, the film’s release is tinged with sadness as it marks the final onscreen role of the late Carrie Fisher.
Fisher, who played Princess Leia Organa in the original trilogy before reprising her iconic role for 2015’s The Force Awakens, filmed scenes for the movie prior to her sudden death from a cardiac arrest in December last year at the age of 60.
Now, Fisher’s former co-stars have been paying tribute to the late actress and LGBT advocate as her final film role hits screens.
Long-time friend and co-star Mark Hamill, who plays Star Wars’ lightsaber-wielding hero Luke Skywalker, told the Press Association: “[Carrie]’s wonderful in the movie. She was such an integral part of the Star Wars
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