Published: Sun, December 17, 2017
Culture | By Henry Herrera

Carrie Fisher's dog recognized her in new 'Star Wars' film

Carrie Fisher's dog recognized her in new 'Star Wars' film

Fisher, who died last December 27 at age 60, starred in "Star Wars: The Last Jedi", which opened in theaters Thursday.

She wrote, "The late Carrie Fisher's dog Gary just watched "The Last Jedi"!".

"That was the very first conversation I had with [Lucasfilm head Kathleen Kennedy] after we came back, after New Year's". I kind of looked through the footage. "She gives a really attractive performance in this movie, and we finished shooting when she passed", said director Rian Johnson.

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Because Fisher would bring him to film premieres and interviews, Gary began to gain a following all on his own. The beloved dog recognized Fisher whenever she appeared, and reportedly perked up. Given that we have a lovely, complete performance from her that I think audiences deserve to see, and I think it will mean a lot for them, that ray of hope from Leia. "For all of those reasons, I felt really strongly that we had to let this fly", said Johnson.

Carrie's brother, Todd Fisher, says that he struggled watching General Leia in one particular scene, which was extremely traumatic for the character. Directed by Rian Johnson, The Last Jedi picks up with Rey undergoing her training with Luke Skywalker while The First Order plots a counterattack against The Resistance. The message simply read: "I miss you" It comes after the "Scream Queens" actress recently revealed she is finding the death of her mother, as well as her grandmother Debbie Reynolds - who passed away the day after Carrie - "impossible to deal with".

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