• Carrie Fisher’s daughter Billie Lourd ‘didn’t really like’ Princess Leia as a child
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    Suzy Byrne

    Carrie Fisher’s daughter Billie Lourd ‘didn’t really like’ Princess Leia as a child

    Carrie Fisher’s daughter, Billie Lourd, pays tribute to her late mom and the iconic Star Wars character she played, Princess Leia, in a new essay for Time.

  • Leia's original 'Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker' role revealed: 'She was going to be the last Jedi'
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    Ethan Alter

    Leia's original 'Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker' role revealed: 'She was going to be the last Jedi'

    Todd Fisher reveals never-before-released details of iconic character's swan song: She would have wielded a light saber against the First Order.

  • Leia Speaks 1 Word In Final ‘Star Wars’ Trailer And It Reduced Fans To Tears
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    Ed Mazza

    Leia Speaks 1 Word In Final ‘Star Wars’ Trailer And It Reduced Fans To Tears

    "The Rise of Skywalker" trailer reveals footage of the late Carrie Fisher in her iconic role.

  • Paul LeBlanc, Hairstylist for ‘Amadeus’ and Princess Leia, Dies at 73
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    The Wrap

    Paul LeBlanc, Hairstylist for ‘Amadeus’ and Princess Leia, Dies at 73

    Paul LeBlanc, Oscar-winning hairstylist for stars like Carrie Fisher, Sharon Stone and Javier Bardem, died Wednesday at the age of 73, his family announced.Born in New Brunswick, LeBlanc’s biggest claim to fame was his hairstyling on the 1984 Best Picture Oscar winner “Amadeus.” LeBlanc won the Best Makeup Oscar for that film alongside makeup artist Dick Smith and later received the lifetime achievement award from the Makeup Artists and Hair Stylists Guild in 2003.Also Read: Rip Taylor, Colorful Confetti-Throwing Comedian, Dies at 84Prior to “Amadeus,” LeBlanc worked on the hair of one of the most iconic characters in film history: Princess Leia. The 1983 “Star Wars” film “Return of the Jedi” was one of LeBlanc’s first major jobs in cinematic hairstyling, fashioning the braids that Leia wore as Jabba the Hutt’s slave and as a guest of the Ewoks on Endor.In the 1990s, LeBlanc became the hairstylist for Sharon Stone on multiple films, including for her performance as Catherine Tramell in “Basic Instinct” and as Ace Rothstein’s doomed wife Ginger in “Casino.” In the 2000s, he worked with filmmakers like Darren Aronofsky (“Requiem For A Dream,” “Black Swan”) and the Coen Brothers (“O Brother, Where Art Thou?”, “The Ladykillers”).Also Read: Ginger Baker, Legendary Drummer With Band Cream, Dies at 80But perhaps his most famous hairstyle of the 2000s was the one he gave Javier Bardem in the Best Picture winner “No Country For Old Men,” where Bardem played the amoral killer Anton Chigurh. In a 2008 Guardian interview, LeBlanc said that Chigurh’s bowl cut was inspired by the medieval Crusades, “when knights and Muslims were murdering each other, and this was a typical haircut. It was a dangerous time and we wanted to make Javier timeless and dangerous at first sight.”LeBlanc is survived by his wife, Louise, and his brothers Georges, Marc and Allison.Read original story Paul LeBlanc, Hairstylist for ‘Amadeus’ and Princess Leia, Dies at 73 At TheWrap

  • Princess Leia will be a 'mentor' to Poe in tear-jerking Star Wars 8 storyline
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    Ben Arnold

    Princess Leia will be a 'mentor' to Poe in tear-jerking Star Wars 8 storyline

    Carrie Fisher's swansong in 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' is set to be a proper tear-jerker, according to Oscar Isaac.