Carrie Fisher is at it again. The original Princess Leia has always been a wild card, and let the cat out of the bag a while back about the original cast’s return in Star Wars: Episode VII.
Remember those rumors the original cast of Star Wars was coming back? Looks like it's coming true.
Carrie Fisher was briefly hospitalized recently after an incident on a cruise ship reportedly linked to her bipolar disorder.
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Is she or isn't she? Carrie Fisher has officially issued a response to all the reports of her returning as Princess Leia in Star Wars VII.
We already know that Harrison Ford is willing to come back and play Han Solo one more time, but he ain't the only icon who's interested. Could it be that Han's soul mate in a galaxy far, far away would come back, too? Looks like it!
It isn't news that Carrie Fisher was taking cocaine during the filming of at least one Star Wars flick. Fisher herself copped to that a while ago, but now she's talking about her drug use again, this time to deny a rumor that there's evidence of it onscreen in Return of the Jedi.
First, William Shatner declared Star Trek superior to Star Wars and said he'd like to have a lost weekend with Princess Leia. Then Leia herself, Carrie Fisher, fired back, championing Star Wars and accusing Shatner of a secret desire to wear her iconic gold bikini.
Remember that video of William Shatner—Star Trek's own Captain Kirk—in which the actor debated the differences between Trek and Star Wars while, of course, taking the side of Trek? The one where he said he'd run off with Princess Leia?
Another day, another monumentally important sextology comes to Blu-Ray. So, while it can be a hoot to recount the ways the prequels sapped all the joy from Star Wars, it's worth remembering that the original trilogy was both fun and, by the looks of it, fun to make.