Posted by Jules on August 23rd, 2020

Some fans are hung up on their kiss, but Luke Skywalker and Leia Organa have one of the most heartwarming friendships in the whole Star Wars universe. Continue here

Posted by Jules on June 12th, 2020

Star Wars’ various casts are just as beloved as the characters, and these 10 endearing behind-the-scenes facts demonstrate why. Continue here

Posted by Jules on May 31st, 2020

Kevin Smith says Carrie Fisher provided him with the “greatest gift Star Wars ever gave” the filmmaker. The director and actress worked together on 2001’s Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back and remained friends afterwards. To say that Smith is a massive Star Wars fan is putting it very lightly. Smith is very passionate about the things he loves and has no problem shedding tears of joy when discussing these things. Continue here

Posted by Jules on May 31st, 2020

Star Wars fans never saw the moment coming. Forty years ago, before decades of films and expanded lore had solidified Star Wars‘ tone, fans of the swashbuckling space opera sat down in theaters to watch The Empire Strikes Back. The movie’s release at the end of May 1980 officially turned the fluke, world-changing sci-fi flick of 1977 into a film franchise, and it expanded what Star Wars could be as a genre within a genre. Specifically, the franchise—one partially defined at the time by a cantina jig turned disco hit—could be dark. And not just dark, but terrifying. Continue here

Posted by Jules on April 10th, 2020

Actress Carrie Fisher, who was best known for her role as Princess Leia in the Star Wars series, died in 2016. She recently appeared in the 2019 film Rise of Skywalker, but how was this possible? BBC Click speaks to the visual effects supervisor, Roger Guyett and animation supervisor, Paul Kavanagh of ILM to find out more. Continue reading here

Posted by Jules on April 10th, 2020

When it comes to documentaries, HBO has always been ahead of the curve. The premium cable channel (and soon to be streaming service) now hosts a wide selection of docs from the past three decades, many of them HBO originals that you can’t watch anywhere else. But with so many films to choose from, where do you start? Here are 25 of the most compelling HBO documentaries has to offer, from shocking true-crime stories to unforgettable celebrity profiles.

Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds (2017)
Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds died one day apart in December 2016, just a few months after this documentary premiered at Cannes. A candid look at their tumultuous, oddball mother-daughter relationship, Bright Lights is a fitting tribute to two witty Hollywood legends and the unique love they shared.

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Posted by Jules on April 8th, 2020

Known to most as Star War’s Princess Leia, Carrie Fisher was an actor, writer, comedian, activist, and writer of great talent – as these quotes show. Continue reading here


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