Disney is not digitally re-creating Carrie Fisher in future Star Wars films
Saturday, 14 January 2017 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'.
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:...
Star Wars legend Mark Hamill says Luke will "probably" be back in Episode IX. The actor says he wants the dead Jedi Master to be used in a way that "hasn't been done before." Episode IX marks the.. Source: Wochit Entertainment -
Mark Hamill has spoken about filming his final scene with the late Carrie Fisher for 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi'. The actor says that he can't watch the heartbreaking moment, as it really was the last.. Source: Cover Video -
ET sat down with Mark Hamill in Ireland to talk about reuniting with Carrie Fisher as Leia, Frank Oz as Yoda, R2-D2 and C-3P0 on screen in 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' -- available on digital now, and on.. Source: ETonline -
The final chapter in the new Star Wars trilogy doesn't begin shooting until this summer, but star John Boyega claims audiences can expect "all-out war" in the final installment, even if he hasn't read.. Source: Wochit Entertainment -
In a recent conference call, actor John Boyega offered a brief tease of Star Wars: Episode IX, noting it won’t be a walk through the park. Boyega, who plays resistance fighter Finn, said, "I think.. Source: Wochit Entertainment -
During a recent Hollywood press junket for his new movie 'Ready Player One' director Steven Spielberg discussed using modern visual effects techniques to alter scenes in past films. Spielberg pointed.. Source: Wochit Entertainment -