Carrie Fisher will be present in Star Wars: Episode IX & # 39; Despite the actors' death, director J.J. Abrams confirmed that Fisher's existing material originally shot for The Last Jedi & # 39; and & # 39; The Awakening of Force & # 39; would be used for the character of General Leia Organa to be present in this expected conclusion of the new trilogy. But what do we want to see on the screen? How will this implementation of the material take place without being understood that it was not originally designed for this ninth episode?
Todd Fisher, brother of late Carrie Fisher, has spoken to ABC News and offers quite clear answers to the question. In particular, the actor's brother indicated that there is a large amount of recorded material that has not been used and notes that this is not limited to deleted scenes only and that It is content that can be implemented perfectly in history that will make this & # 39; Episode IX & # 39; of & # 39; Star Wars & # 39 ;.
"There are many minutes of material, and I mean not just discarded shots"says Fisher. "It's content that wasn't used for now, new material that could fit into the story, that's what will be a great surprise to everyone. It will see how it was meant to be seen. As if it had been registered yesterday", qualifies.
Enchanted with the result
However, Todd Fisher did not reveal any other details of what these Leia scenes will offer to the next major deduction of Star Wars & # 39; On the other hand, the actor's brother can point it out They are very pleased with the result achieved: "We are not allowed to talk about the details of anything, but we are happy about what is done"he explains.
& # 39; Star Wars: Episode IX & # 39; will be released in theaters on December 20, 2019, expects a new cast with Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver and Oscar Isaac, led by J.J. Abrams. It is expected that for the character of Leia Organa, as confirmed by those responsible, only use existing material and not resort to any kind of recreation of CGI.
Carrie Fisher Beyond Star Wars
1 "Rogue at full speed"
In the classic "The Blue Brothers", released in 1980, Carrie Fisher plays a mysterious woman who ends up being heroic heroine. Do you remember the sequence where a very young actor drives a rifle and opens fire? Well, that's Fisher.
His participation in "Rogue at full speed" coincided with his origins in the industry after the premiere of Star Wars in 1977. From that moment, his halo of empowered woman was diluted so quickly that the collective imagination came to believe that he earned so much money that He just had to dedicate himself to interpreting Princess Leia so often.
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2 & # 39; When Harry Found Sally & # 39;
Marie in "When Harry Met Sally" Fisher was introduced to the romantic comedy of Rob Reiner when it was already known about his addiction and his bipolarity in the middle of the fall of the Berlin Wall. 1989 was a year of world revolution and very productive for the actor, which premieres four films and celebrated its appearance in two television series. His role was very applauded by the counterpart that meant Meg Ryan's character and the importance of seeing it, years later, in a different position than defending the rebels in intergalactic tours.
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3 & # 39; Wonderland & # 39;
Although it was true that he had one of the supporting roles (made by Sally Hansen), his work in Wonderland was already unnoticed in the new century (2003) that it is not possible to find pictures of the film where she looks. It coincided with the sweet years of Val Kilmer, Lisa Kudrow and Kate Bosworth, but it is equally dramatic that no one remembers his participation in the thrill directed by James Cox. She was there.
4 Screenwriter and television animals
His most notable success outside George Lucas's galactic trajectory is to be one of the best screenwriters in the shadow of the Hollywood industry. Many of the great stories that have lifted the audience from their seat went through their hands and were even nominated for a BAFTA for his adaptation of the novel "Postales desde el filo".
The death that took after the saga's latest film (original) was used to focus on one of the formats that less success has been withdrawn. Fisher participated in a handful of fictions from "Weeds" to "Smallville", to his role in the series "Disaster & # 39;" as he received an Emmy nomination in 2017. His ability to rewrite his characters took a new dimension in a genre that gave him more time to dominate than the big screen. Actual, in 2018 he was awarded a Grammy posthumously for his work on the album "The Princess Diarie".
5 & # 39; Hannah & Her Sisters & # 39;
Fisher was part of the gang in "Hannah and her sisters" from somewhere away from all the focus. There he plays April, a woman who comes out sporadically to make a few comments that contribute little to the plot. The 80s were hard years, especially for a woman who fought herself and who, as she acknowledged years later, consumed so much cocaine that even colleagues from the sector (John Belushi included) were more known for their addiction than for their papers, that I lose control. Her former fame did not help her find better roles until years later.
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6 & # 39; The Women & # 39;
In "The Women" something similar happened to what had happened in "Hannah and her sisters": moving to a smaller role that sank her already poor career. It is important to appreciate these years as an actor actor, not to leave the industry altogether, to stick to any project, as if in her heart something had warned her that her major role was close to putting it back in the center of the picture. This premiere (one of the worst) came in 2008, seven years before J.J. Abrams saved her from extinction.
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7 & # 39; White Lightnin & # 39;
& # 39; White Lightnin & # 39; helped him raise his head a little, since Dominic Murphy offered him more manuscripts than he had in the last eight years, and in addition he gave him a sign, Cilla, that fits well with ideals that she had defended her whole life: brave, ruthless and with a tendency to rebellion well proven.
8 Its controversy exploded
The author of his biography (& # 39; Wishful Drinking & # 39;) and two other novels (& # 39; Surrender the Pink & # 39; and Delusions of Grandma & # 39;), Fisher knew how to exploit his controversial image and attempted to launch a series of projects that had her and her mother (Debbie Reynolds) as protagonists in a circus that was no longer his. Things like Carrie Fisher: The Hollywood Family, Carrie on Hollywood or The Real story of Princess Leia prove that her mark, though devalued, continued to be a claim for a percentage of the community she still saw in her for a reference. Somehow, Fisher wanted to do to his mother what he did to her daughter: Relaunch her in an industry that rarely gives other chances. To Carrie, nevertheless, they gave several e, intelligent, took them to make money.
9 & # 39; Don't Kill … the Neighbor & # 39;
In "Don't Kill … Next Door," premier Fisher's Golden Years (1989), the actor made Tom Hanks' choirs thanks to a Joe Dante who relied on his on-screen presence to decorate the Peterson family. Carol, the character who gave life, does not contribute much to a comedy that can be classified as fine and stops counting. This shows that even though he had a lot of talent to be a protagonist or at least a part of movies with a certain degree of transcendence, choosing projects was not that good. Leia was still Leia.
10 & # 39; Wonder Well & # 39;
His latest project, "Wonderwell" (a set of adventures where Fisher plays Hazel and shares a poster with Rita Ora), did not come to theaters and little is known about him, but it is the last Western Fisher on the big screen, so it seems important that we write it down as the end of his career. He didn't say goodbye, giving Leia life again, but paradoxically, the industry left the back door. It gives the feeling that, although it has become a symbol of the fight against drug abuse, against bipolarity and in favor of feminism, many talents left the tube, remained in the shadow of a Debbie Reynolds who always followed her to the end.