Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Death of Carrie Fisher : Harrison Ford, it was unique in its kind, Le Figaro

EXTINCTION – Learning of the death of the Princess Leia Organa, Tuesday, December 27, in Los Angeles, his partners on the screen in Star Wars he immediately paid tribute on the Canvas.

Carrie Fisher was a major figure in the universe of the saga of Star Wars. In 1977, George Lucas hired him to embody his heroine. Princess Leia will give the reply to Mark Hamill and Harrison Ford, respectively, in the roles of Luke Skywalker and Han Solo. Together, they look suites Empire strikes back 1980 and Return of The Jedi in 1983.

More than 30 years later, they find themselves in Star Wars – The Awakening of the Force, which welcomes a new generation of heroes.

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actor Harrison Ford, who has worked with Carrie Fisher in four episodes of the saga, Star Wars, has expressed his sadness at the announcement of the death of the one who played princess Leia. “Carrie was one of a kind. Brilliant, original, funny, and she did not know fear. She lived her life, proudly. My thoughts go out to his daughter, Billie, her mother, Debbie, his brother, Todd, and his many friends. She’s going to miss us at all,” he said to NBC. Last November, Carrie Fisher had published his memoirs, under the title The Princess Diarist, where it revealed to have had a love affair with Harrison Ford during the filming of Star Wars: Episode IV – A new hope. The actor was then married to Mary Marquardt, had two children. The reaction of the actor will not be on the Canvas, because it has a certified account on any network.

The director of Star Wars, Georges Lucas, has also made a tribute to an “old friend”. “She was extremely intelligent. It was a talented actress. A writer and an actress with a colourful personality that everyone loved. In Star Wars, she played a strong and powerful princess, spirited, wise, and full of hope, in a role much more difficult than it looks”.

This is via his Twitter account that Mark Hamill has expressed his deep sadness, saying it was “devastated” by the news. He shares, for the occasion, a photograph taken on the set of star wars

A sadness shared by the british actor David Prowse, hidden under the mask of Darth Vader. “It was incredible to work with her,” he writes in particular on Twitter.

its side Andy Serkis, which has given life to the Leader Snoke through the technique of the motion-capture, has also paid tribute to the actress. “Dear Carrie, I am so incredibly sad to say goodbye so quickly to someone as honest and unique as you are,” he wrote.

actor Warwick Davies, who played at the age of 11 years the role of the Ewok named Wicket in Star Wars: return of The Jedi, has also paid tribute to the memory of Carrie Fisher. “Princess Leia, now you’re with the force. Your goodness will be missed. Rest in peace. PS: Thanks for the milk and cookies.” During the filming, he was friends with the actress, and Mark Hamill, who bought the toys… Star Wars.

Always in the universe of star wars, actor Peter Mayhew, best known for playing the role of Chewbacca, has also paid tribute to Carrie Fisher: “there are no words to describe this loss. Carrie was most brilliant light in every room she entered. She will terribly miss you”.

The comedian canadian William Shatner, who played captain Kirk in the cult series Star Trek, is said to be “deeply saddened to learn of the death of Carrie Fisher”. “A wonderful talent and a light now extinguished”.

The actor of the series Scrubs, now a filmmaker, Zach Braff, is also said to be moved by the death of Carrie Fisher, as Whoopie Goldberg or even the host Ellen DeGeneres.


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