Carrie Fisher, the actress who played Princess Leia in the Star Wars universe passed away today at the age of 60. Star Wars fans everywhere around the world are shocked by this great loss.
But, we haven't seen the last of Princess Leia yet. Next December, the leader of the Resistance will appear for one last time in Star Wars Episode VIII and her final performance could be the most memorable one ever.
The next untitled Star Wars movie, directed by Rian Johnson, will continue where The Force Awakens left off last December. VIII is now in post-production stage and all of Fisher's scenes are done filming in July 2016.
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However, Star Wars Episode IX (which haven't began filming yet) is intended to give Princess Leia a bigger role. Director Colin Trevorrow who is slated to direct the Episode IX, will have daunting task with co-writer Derek Connolly to continue the Star Wars universe without one its strongest icons.
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The Force will always be with her. Rest in peace.
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