Published 2016-12-28
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How will Star Wars be affected with Princess Leia gone?

Born on October 21st 1956, Carrie Fisher, well known for her role as Princess Leia Organa in the Star Wars series, recently passed away at the age of 60. She suffered a heart attack on a flight from London to Los Angeles on the 23rd of December 2016. An Emergency Medical Technician on board administered CPR until the flight landed safely and then, she was rushed to the nearest hospital. Her family spokesperson confirmed her death on Tuesday, 27th December 2016 at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center.

The daughter of singer Eddie Fisher and actress Debbie Reynolds, well known for the Star Wars series landed her first role in 1975’s movie Shampoo. But it was the role after that which brought her to the world stage according to the biographer, George Lucas as he found that there was incredible chemistry between her and her co-star, Harrison Ford.

Fisher conveyed something new to the table: a heroine who acted against the standard tropes of sci-fi. Fisher returned for The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi, and showed up in various different movies and TV programs, for example, When Harry Met Sally and Woody Allen's Hannah and Her Sisters. All the more as of late, Fisher showed up in such shows as Family Guy, Sex and the City, and 30 Rock.

There was more to Carrie Fisher than Princess Leia, be that as it may. She was an author and memoirist, penning books, for example, Postcards from the Edge, Wishful Drinking, and The Princess Diarist, for which Fisher simply got done with touring. In the book, she points her 1977 issue with Harrison Ford while filming the movie 'Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope'. At the time, Fisher was 19 and Ford was 33 and married. Fisher would repeat her part as Leia for a year ago's Star Wars: The Force Awakens, in which she plays the pioneer of the Resistance.

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Fisher was likewise viewed as one of the business' best script specialists, cleaning up screenplays, chipping away at creations, for example, Hook, Lethal Weapon 3, Sister Act, Outbreak, The Wedding artist, the Star Wars prequel trilogy, and various others. She had a number of projects on the go ahead of her passing. So, what would happened to the upcoming Star Wars appearances because of her passing?

Sources have revealed that although she had a lot of projects in her hand before she passed away, Star Wars wasn’t one of them. Princess Leia Organa will not be missed in the next installment of the Star Wars. We will be seeing her in her last movie in her best role.

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Fisher returned for JJ Abrams’ The Force Awakens in 2015 with her character handed the promoted status of General. According the Variety, the sequel, directed by Rian Johnson wrapped up in July itself and is now in the post-production phase ahead of its release in cinemas next December 2017.

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She had been filming scenes for the third season of the comedy series Catastrophe in which she appears as Rob Delaney’s mother. Another role the actor was due to undertake was in a film titled Wonderwell directed by Vlad Marsavin. It is unknown if she has completed them or not.
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