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How will the new Star Wars film make Princess Leia's death?


How the new movie will make

Carrie Fisher.

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Although it had already been confirmed that the wicked Carrie Fisher will return to make an appearance – through several scenes shot before his tragic death at the end of 2016 – in the third and final installment of the new trilogy "Star Wars", so far none of those involved in producing the so-called "Episode IX," which will be released in December next year, she dared to express herself clearly about the fate that awaits the emblematic character to which the charismatic artist gave her life: then the princess and now the general Leia Organa

However, despite trying to do it with great care and without revealing important details about the film plot, Guatemala actor Oscar Isaac playing the rude pilot Poe Dameron During this period of galactic saga history, he had no doubt when deciding on the approach with which the director J.J. Abrams he wanted to address more than likely the last farewell of the character, referring to this as emotional and, above all, "beautiful".

"The film deals with that wonderful character Carrie created in a very beautiful way and is sure he is part of the plot. It was very strange to be on stage and talk about Leia without having Carrie with us. It was very painful to tell the truth, "the interpreter revealed in the conversation with The Beast Daily news portal about the mixed feelings resulting from the very anticipated movie recording.

In addition to using the extra material left by the respective filming of episodes VII and VIII, sources close to Lucasfilm already suggested a few months ago the possibility that the director could resort – as it did at the end of the movie "Rogue One," from the expanded universe of the franchise – to CGI technology – Images generated by the computer, by its acronym in English – so Leia's role in the film was as important as possible: an option that nevertheless was not at all confirmed by to their managers.

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