She was irreplaceable. There can never be a proper reunion anymore. […] It adds an air of melancholy to the film. I know for a fact she would obviously want us to be having fun. She was all about laughter and enjoying the moment.
listen……..i don’t care about anything in the last jedi as much as luke and leia being reunited one last time. there is nothing. no realization, no character death, no ship will mean more to me than seeing leia and luke reunited safe and sound in the same shot. leia deserves to be reunited with the last of her family before her story is over and we never see her again. this goes beyond disney’s half assed cliffhangers and angsty story-telling. this is about being respectful to your audience, to leia as a character and doing her narrative justice in the face of carrie’s tragic death. please, don’t let our last image of our princess and general be one where she believes she has no family left……please
I had never been Princess Leia before and now I would be her forever. I would never not be Princess Leia. I had no idea how profoundly true that was and how long forever was. -
Carrie Fisher (October 21, 1956 – December 27, 2016)