Billie Lourd, daughter of the late Carrie Fisher, will be the beneficiary of her mother's estate, it's been reported.
According to the autopsy report, cocaine was among the drugs in the actress' system when she died in December.
Carrie Fisher had traces of cocaine, methadone, heroin and ecstasy in her system when she died, according to an coroner's report released yesterday.
UPDATE: Carrie Fisher had cocaine, heroin and ecstasy in her system when she died last December, according to an autopsy report obtained by The Associated Press. But investigators could not determine what impact those drugs had on her death. A coroner’s report Friday said Fisher died from sleep apnea along with other factors. Carrie Fisher had cocaine, heroin and ecstasy in her system when she became ill on flight last year, autopsy shows. https://t.co/cSRdqRjSJm…
The actress' daughter, Billie Lourd, tells ET that she hopes her mom's death will 'encourage people to be open about their struggles.'
Director Colin Trevorrow has spoken about how ‘Star Wars 9’ will be made without the legendary Carrie Fisher, who died last year.
Mother and daughter are now properly commemorated at the Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Hollywood.
The late actress acted as a 'script doctor' for 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' writer and director Rian Johnson, who would visit her house in Beverly Hills.
Carrie Fisher had completed her work on Star Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi before her unexpected death in late December. Shortly after her passing, Lucasfilm confirmed that they had "no plans to digitally recreate Carrie Fisher's performance as Princess or General Leia Organa" in Episode IX . Now Fisher's brother, Todd Fisher, confirmed that his sister's character will appear in the last trilogy film. Todd told the New York Daily News that he, along with Carrie's…
Previously unused footage of the late actress will feature in the ninth 'Star Wars' movie, and will not be augmented with CGI.
The 24-year-old actress is paying tribute to her late grandmother.
Friends and family of the late Carrie Fisher assembled at the weekend, to pay tribute to the screen legend, who died last Christmas. But the most tear-jerking, bitter-sweet eulogy came from Dan Aykroyd, who was at one time engaged to Fisher, after proposing on the set of ‘The Blues Brothers’. “I felt like I could’ve saved Carrie, because I saved her life once before,” he told the audience at the joint memorial for Fisher and her mother, the actress Debbie Reynolds, who died the day after her daughter. “We shouldn’t be here so soon in our lives. ...
The 64-year-old actor was engaged to Fisher for a short period of time in 1980.
Friends, family and fans gathered at Forest Lawn cemetery in Los Angeles on Saturday to pay tribute to the late mother-daughter duo.
The 59-year-old actor tells ET the way his mother passed was 'a magical, beautiful thing.'
‘Star Wars’ legend Mark Hamill has shared what’s thought to be the first ever image of him as the iconic Luke Skywalker. Hamill, who’s a keen user of social media (largely Instagram and Twitter), posted the photo of him on the Tunisian set of 1977’s ‘Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope’ (as it became known). Posting to his Instagram and Twitter accounts – both @hamillhimself – the actor described the image and how it was “perhaps” the first ever snap of him in character.
For some the appearance of the CGI Carrie Fisher at the end of ‘Rogue One’ just didn’t sit right. Like the digital iteration of Peter Cushing’s Grand Moff Tarkin in the movie, both characters pushed the ‘uncanny valley’ button, where a CGI character is realistic, but not quite realistic enough (or is it *too* realistic?). Speaking to Fandango, director Gareth Edwards said that Star Wars producer Kathleen Kennedy told him how Fisher presumed it was some footage of Princess Leia found somewhere from the original movies.