Star Wars: Episode IX Director Says The Movie Will "Honor" Carrie Fisher

Pierre Vaugeois
Juin 26, 2017

Star Wars Episode IXdirector Colin Trevorrow has spoken about how Carrie Fisher's tragic death will affect the final film in the sequel trilogy, saying the film will "honour" her.

"She had a major role in the film, and it's something we had to deal with emotionally at first", Trevorrow said.

"Now we've had to deal with it in very practical ways and in a form of storytelling we know is going to honour her and keep her soul alive", he said.

The truth is, we really don't know just yet how exactly the actress' loss will be dealt with, as director Colin Trevorrow and his team are still working on how they'll handle Leia in the movie and more specifically, how best to salute Carrie Fisher's vast contribution to the franchise.

He added: "But I can guarantee it will be handled with love and respect, and all of the soul that Carrie Fisher deserves".

Before Fisher's death, General Leia was meant to be central to Episode IX.

The next Star Warsfilm to be released will be the eighth main instalment, The Last Jedi, and will come out in cinemas on December 15.

In the immediate aftermath of Carrie Fisher's death, there were premature rumors that Lucasfilm might try to digitally recreate the actress' likeness in future Star Wars films, something that the franchise had achieved huge success with in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.

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