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EntertainmentCarrie Fisher Is In The New Star Wars Trailer & Fans Can't Stop Crying

13:55  15 april  2019
13:55  15 april  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Carrie Fisher appears posthumously in the trailer for " Star Wars : The Rise of Skywalker." "I am going to cry so so so so so so so much I love Rey and I love Leia and I miss Carrie Fisher ," Nerdist editor-in-chief Rachel Heine tweeted.

Carrie Fisher in Star Wars : The Last Jedi. Warning: This post contains spoilers for Star Wars : The Last Jedi. When Carrie Fisher died last December, it wasn’ t just the passing of a pop-culture icon; Fisher ’s untimely death also threw plans for the new Star Wars trilogy into disarray.

Carrie Fisher Is In The New Star Wars Trailer & Fans Can't Stop Crying © Photo: Lucasfilm/Bad Robot/Walt Disney Studios/Kobal/Shutterstock. Refinery29

Carrie Fisher passed away in December 2016, but her legacy lives on in the Star Wars franchise. Thanks to the power of technology and unused footage from Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the late actress will appear in the upcoming Star Wars film The Rise Of Skywalker, and you can see a few seconds of it in the newly-released teaser trailer.

The trailer, which revealed the name of Episode IX for the first time, includes a shot of Rey (Daisy Ridley) embracing Leia Organa (Fisher) as a tear rolls down her cheek. A voiceover says "we'll always be with you...no one's ever really gone" and it's just about sending fans over the edge.

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Daisy Ridley's Rey and Adam Driver's Kylo Ren are front and center, alongside co- stars Mark Hamill, John Boyega and Carrie Fisher , in the new trailer for ' Star Wars : The Last Jedi.'. Lucasfilm.

As every true Star Wars fan knows, the official trailer for The Last Jedi dropped Monday night A picture of Gary, Carrie Fisher 's beloved French bulldog, was posted on his "official" Instagram account with the Just watched the new trailer of The Last Jedi and my mom looks more beautiful than ever

"I am going to cry so so so so so so so much I love Rey and I love Leia and I miss Carrie Fisher," Nerdist editor-in-chief Rachel Heine tweeted.

"Yep, a shot of Carrie Fisher hugging Rey followed by 'no one's ever really gone' DOES INDEED MAKE ME CRY. THANKS."

"Carrie Fisher will live on forever and I am so glad she will have a role in #EpisodeIX."

During a panel at the Star Wars Celebration in Chicago over the weekend, J.J. Abrams elaborated on Fisher's impact and the process of including her in the upcoming film.

"She was the best. She was glorious. She was amazing," he told moderator Stephen Colbert. "It was impossible, there was no way. What are you gonna do?...The weird miracle of having had a number of scenes from T he Force Awakens that had gone unused, looking at those scenes and starting to understand that there was actually a way to use those scenes to continue her story so it would be her."

Fisher's brother previously endorsed Abrams' use of the footage, telling Good Morning America back in December that the family is "thrilled at what’s been done."

“There’s a lot of minutes of footage. I don’t mean just outtakes,” he explained. “This is unused, new content that could be woven into the storyline. That’s what’s going to give everybody such a great kick. It’s going to look like it was meant to be. Like it was shot yesterday.”

Star Wars movies to take a break after Episode IX.

Star Wars movies to take a break after Episode IX. According to Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy, Star Wars Episode IX Will Be the last Star Wars movie for a while The credits will roll on the saga-concluding Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker and then all will be quiet in the galaxy far, far way - at least as far as the movies go. According to Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy, who spoke to EW at Star Wars Celebration 2019, Star Wars movies are going on hiatus after this year's instalment.

Carrie Fisher reprised the role for 2015's Star Wars : The Force Awakens, and as we saw in the new trailer for Unfortunately, Episode IX is another story. Filming on the third film in the new trilogy didn' t begin Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy assured fans in April that Fisher 's likeness would not

Carrie Fisher featured in the Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker teaser trailer and it left fans with a lot of feelings.

Watch the full trailer below.

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