New information has rocked the followers of the story starring Luke Skywalker. According to the American program Good Morning America, Lucasfilm president Kathy Kennedy has confirmed that the actress will not appear in ‘Star Wars: Episode IX’ as the legendary Princess Leia. A fact that contrasts with what a few days ago the brother of the actress, Todd Fisher, affirmed. The relative of the actress left the door open to a possible appearance in the closing of this new trilogy. However, the words that Kennedy pronounces in his interview with the American media make it quite clear.
“By the time we were well underway with Episode IX in our thoughts, we had no written the scripts yet, but we’ve regrouped, we started over again in January. So sadly, Carrie will not be in IX. But we’ll see a lot of her in VIII, which is great.”
A few words that will reopen the wound of many after confirming that the most emblematic princess of space will not be in the ninth movie of the franchise. Even so, Kennedy stated that despite not being able to count on Fisher’s participation in ‘Star Wars: Episode IX,’ we will have a relatively high dose of Leia in ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ which says “it’s cool. ”
A full tribute
Without a doubt, Carrie Fisher is the most remembered actress during Star Wars Celebration. His death has left for many a trace that cannot be forgotten. Her character as Leia Organa has invited dreaming fans of science fiction for decades. His teammates have also felt his loss, and so have expressed it with his followers during the event. George Lucas expressed his love for Fisher with words that bristled the hair of everyone present. “It was not just an actress who put on uncle’s clothes and became a hero. She was a princess, she was a senator, she played a very intelligent role, and she had to live up to two dumb and silly “She was the boss; it was her war “he confessed. Mark Hamill was another of his companions who showed the affection that had his “sister.” Hamill explained that they were both close friends and that ‘Star Wars’ joined them as if they were family. The American actor told the audience that “I was like a real sister to me. I remember when we first met in London. We wanted to get to know each other before we started filming ‘Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.’