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Carrie Fisher may be gone, but General Leia lives on in “Episode VIII” next December

The grief is still hitting a lot of people, so this probably won’t make you feel altogether better. But it’s worth taking some comfort in the fact that, although Carrie Fisher died today (just four days after a devastating heart attack), we will still get to see her in all her glory next year. That’s when Star … Continue reading “Carrie Fisher may be gone, but General Leia lives on in “Episode VIII” next December”

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The grief is still hitting a lot of people, so this probably won’t make you feel altogether better. But it’s worth taking some comfort in the fact that, although Carrie Fisher died today (just four days after a devastating heart attack), we will still get to see her in all her glory next year.

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That’s when Star Wars: Episode VIII comes out. Since the film finished shooting last summer, according to TheWrap, that means one more full film’s worth of Fisher delights. And—spoiler alert—there’s also the delight of seeing her in Rogue One, which is in theaters now.

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Daniel Terdiman is a San Francisco-based technology journalist with nearly 20 years of experience. A veteran of CNET and VentureBeat, Daniel has also written for Wired, The New York Times, Time, and many other publications

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