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No plans to digitize Carrie Fisher in future 'Star Wars' films

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Saturday, 14 January 2017 ()

The makers of 'Star Wars' have put a quick end to rumours that while Carrie Fisher has died, her Princess Leia may live on.
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News video: Carrie Fisher's "Prozac Pill" Urn Explained

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Carrie Fisher's brother knew how the Star Wars star wanted to be laid to rest. Todd Fisher spoke to reporters moments after Debbie Reynolds’ funeral in Los Angeles, one day after his sister’s private memorial, where he explained the choice of urn that was selected to hold Carrie’s ashes. MORE:...

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