Future “Star Wars” movies might still continue the trend of bringing personalities that passed away turn back to life. Just like what it did with “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.”
There is a very big probability that future “Star Wars” movies might continue its trend of bringing back passed away cast members to life. Just like what it did to the late Peter Cushing and the revival of Princess Leia’s youthful looks. It had also brought back the youthful smile that Carrie Fisher had way back in the first movie.
Just recently, the world mourned the sudden passing of Carrie Fisher at the age of 60. She was warmly welcomed back in the Star Wars franchise. This was during the 2015 movie, “Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens.”
Today’s CGI Technology Can Do Everything
With it, she is also planned to continue her role as General Leia Organa in the upcoming Star Wars movies, specifically in Episode VIII and Episode IX. Fortunately, reports prove that Fisher had finished her work in the upcoming “Star Wars: Episode VIII”. This is slated for a December release this year.
But due to the sudden tragic loss, the movie’s producers and makers will surely have a challenging time. With it, the will try to figure out how to give Fisher’s role as Leia Organa a smooth exit. But on the brighter side, we live in a period where technology can almost do anything, even bring back the dead to life.
Remembering the Legacy of Carrie Fisher’s Leia Organa
Surely, what the movie makers are going to do is to then again us the same CGI technology and technique. This proved to be successful as they brought the young Princess Leia and Grand Moff Tarkin back to life. It would be then safe to assume that General Leia Organa will have a peaceful exit in the movie. Everyone can then expect that General Leia will also have an honorable reason to continue her legacy as the Star Wars universe progresses.