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Disney is not digitally re-creating Carrie Fisher in future Star Wars films 

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Saturday, 14 January 2017 ()

Disney is not digitally re-creating Carrie Fisher in future Star Wars films Carrie Fisher will not be digitally recreated in upcoming Star Wars movies, it was announced on Friday. The Disney studio promised to 'cherish and honor her memory and legacy'.
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