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''Star Wars' Will Not Digitally Re-Create Princess Leia

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News video: ''Star Wars' Will Not Digitally Re-Create Princess LeiaCarrie Fisher's performance in Star Wars: Episode VIII will be her last. On Friday, Lucasfilm issued a statement refuting rumors that Fisher would be digitally recreated for future Star Wars films. The actress passed away on Dec. 27. A statement on starwars.com read, "We don't normally respond to fan or press speculation, but there is a rumor circulating that we would like to address.

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