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From A New Hope To The Last Jedi — Relive Carrie Fisher's Remarkable Life In Film!

| Filed under: Film FlickersR.I.P.Carrie FisherStar Wars

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Ever since she shot to fame in the late ‘70s, Carrie Fisher has been a force to be reckoned with on the big screen.

Now that she's in a galaxy far, far away, it couldn't be more fitting that one of the late actress' final film credits is playing the character that made her a household name in the first place: General (formerly Princess) Leia Organa.

She is truly a force to honor forever!

So before you see Fisher reprise her iconic role in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, take a look at some of the princess' other famous movie roles (below)!

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Billie Lourd Posts Touching Tribute To Late Mom Carrie Fisher Amid Star Wars: The Last Jedi Release

| Filed under: Film FlickersR.I.P.Sad SadFamilyCarrie FisherStar WarsInstagramAmerican Horror StoryNostalgiaBillie Lourd

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May the force be with her!

On Friday, amid the US release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Billie Lourd shared a touching photo of her and late mother Carrie Fisher from the 2015 premiere of The Force Awakens.

Related: Billie Lourd Reflects With Ellen On Her 'Surreal' New Life

Along with an emoji-filled caption that spells out "I miss you," the American Horror Story actress posted on Instagram:

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(NO SPOILERS!) Carrie Fisher's Family Had A Tough Time With One Star Wars: The Last Jedi Scene…

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NO SPOILERS, WE PROMISE!

All we will say is, there are scenes in Star Wars: The Last Jedi where Princess Leia's life is in jeopardy. (And if you consider that a spoiler, we imagine you haven't seen any of these films!)

Sadly, the world lost Carrie Fisher in between the end of principal photography and the completion of the film. And that cast a very sad shadow over at least one of those intense moments.

Related: Star Wars: The Last Jedi Review Roundup

For Carrie's family, it was even worse. Her brother, Todd Fisher, told TMZ when the family recently saw the completed film, they really struggled with a specific scene.

He says they did appreciate the dedication to Carrie at the end of the film, however. There are a lot of tear-jerking moments in the dark second chapter of the trilogy, but perhaps none moreso than that.

We would recommend those with big hearts bring tissues.

[Image via Disney.]

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Star Wars: Then & Now!

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The force is still with some of this brood.

While Hollywood tragically lost Carrie Fisher last year, the industry vet's legacy will live on thanks to the latest Star Wars movie. In addition to Miz Fisher's posthumous role, fans of the sci-fi franchise will get a chance to become reacquainted with OG hero, Luke Skywalker, in Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

Yup, Mark Hamill has returned to reprise his iconic role and fans couldn't be more stoked about it! But what has Hamill and the rest of the crew been up to lately?? Discover that info and more (below)…

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Peter Jackson Confirms Mira Sorvino & Ashley Judd Were Blacklisted From Being In Lord Of The Rings — See Their Responses!

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Ever wonder why some of your favorite actresses' careers seem to fizzle for no reason?

Sadly, it seems the answer is probably Harvey Weinstein and his complicit brother Bob Weinstein.

Related: Salma Hayek Says Harvey Threatened To Kill Her After She Refused His Advances

Award-winning actresses Mira Sorvino and Ashley Judd were two of the many women who have spoken out about the movie mogul's sexual assault and harassment, and their subsequent blacklisting. And now we have corroboration from a major film director around the time.

Peter Jackson has told New Zealand magazine Stuff that when he was casting the future megahit Lord Of The Rings trilogy, he was indeed warned off from hiring both stars:

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Late Night Blasts The FCC For Killing The Internet By Voting To Repeal Net Neutrality — WATCH (While You Still Can)!

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Well, this whole Internet thing was fun while it lasted!

As you probably heard by now, the FCC voted to put an end to net neutrality, effectively allowing Internet Service Providers like Verizon and AT&T to slow down, block, or charge more for certain websites.

Needless to say, people of the interwebs were both outraged and terrified that this ruling went through — particularly since 83% of Americans were completely against it — and the voices of late night were just as furious.

Video: Kimmel & Son Make Plea To Save Children's Health Care!

Jimmy Kimmel, Trevor Noah, Seth Meyers, and Stephen Colbert all sounded off on the FCC's tragic ruling Thursday night, blasting Donald Trump-appointed chairman Ajit Pai for giving big corporations full control of the internet.

Pai has said the FCC's action "is not going to end the Internet as we know it" and "it's not going to stifle free expression online." But as the late nighters point out, this deregulation could easily turn the Internet into the government's most lucrative toll road.

Hear the comedians discuss Net Neutrality (below) before you have to pay for it!

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