At the end of last year, the world was shocked by the tragic news of the death of the beautiful actress Carrie Fisher - one of the main stars of the Star Wars film series. After the first wave of messages expressing general longing and sadness over the loss, the second wave began - worried. The actress was supposed to appear in the eighth and ninth episodes of the space saga. And if in the eighth she managed to shoot before her departure, then a reasonable question arose: what will happen to Princess Leia in the ninth? Many were convinced that the actress would be digitally resurrected for this film. And now, as reported by The Wrap , representatives of the studio LucasFilm responded to this wave of rumors and speculations.|
The statement reads as follows:“We usually don't respond to speculation in the press or fan community, but we would like to respond to those rumors. We want to assure fans that LucasFilm has no plans to digitally recreate Carrie Fisher as Princess or General Leia Organa ... She was, is and always will be a part of the LucasFilm family. She was our princess, our general, our friend. We all mourn this loss and cherish her legacy as Princess Leia . We will always honor everything she gave to Star Wars .
It is worth adding that rumors of a digital "resurrection" of Fischer did not arise out of nowhere. In December last year, the movie Rogue One. Star Wars: Stories ". With the overall positive perception of the tape by viewers and critics, it was not without controversial points. One of these was the appearance of actor Peter Cushing in the role of Grand Moff Tarkin . The fact is that the actor died more than twenty years ago, and his character was completely modeled using CGI . Many fans of the saga took this decision of the studio with hostility. Despite the fact that it was about the hero of the second plan, and not about the icon of the franchise.
Viewers will last see Carrie Fisher in her canon image this December, when Star Wars Episode 8 airs.
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