April 15: If you were waiting to see Princess Leia in 'Star Wars: Episode IX, ' it's time to pop the bubble. Carrie was a significant part of that story - that was something she very much wanted and we very much wanted. We'll see a lot of her in VII, which is great, ' she added.
With this she assured that Fisher's role will not just be a cameo.
The Last Jedi - Episode VIII in the Star Wars universe - is the second in the current trilogy, coming after The Force Awakens.
It's heartbreaking to think that the Star Wars universe has seen the last of Leia Organa, who was courageous, uncompromising, and inspiring to all who knew her. Watch the new trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi right here.
Star Wars Celebration in Orlando should have been a weekend of pure joy; unfortunately everyone is still reeling from the loss of Carrie Fisher.
General Leia Organa will return in "Star Wars: The Last Jedi", and fans at Star Wars Celebration Orlando got a first look Friday. "Rian, I think, had more room to kind of do his thing".
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"The Last Jedi" hits theatres on December 15. Fisher had wrapped shooting The Last Jedi before her death. "She was imperfect in many ways but her imperfections and willingness to speak about them are what made her more than ideal".
But it seems there was a bit of confusion as to what the rights are being used for as Kennedy states definitively that they are wrapping Leia's part in the story in The Last Jedi, where Fisher will have a major role to play.
The original "Star Wars" opened on May 25, 1977.
Johnson on Carrie Fisher contributing to the script: "I connected with her first and foremost as a writer".
The panel was moderated by Josh Gad, who's posted a series of amusing videos in which he grills Last Jedi star Daisy Ridley about the movie, and she refuses to answer.
The famed actress passed away in December 2016 after suffering from a heart attack on board a flight, but will appear as Princess Leia in the The Last Jedi, as filming wrapped just a few months before she died.