Star Wars hard for Carrie Fisher's family to watch

Carrie Fisher may be dead nearly a year, but her dog still remembers the actress, New Musical Express reported. "That was the very first question", Johnson began. I felt really strongly that what we have here is so attractive and the way that the character develops, the way it's paid off, and not only that, the horror of trying to manufacture something that - I don't even know what it would have been, but something for the end of this movie that leaves it in a place where the transition is easier, the idea of, "Oh God, how would you fake something like that, and how would it not be awful?"

The mother and daughter starred in "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" back in 2015, and now Fisher's last movie, "Star Wars: The Last Jedi", premiered in theaters on Friday.

Fans lined the streets outside the movie theatre as actors dressed as legendary "Star Wars" characters Darth Vader, R2-D2 and C-3PO walked the red carpet and the Salvation Army brass band performed. She makes her final appearance as Leia in "The Last Jedi".

The late @carrieffisher's dog Gary just watched #TheLastJedi! The beloved dog recognized Fisher whenever she appeared, and reportedly perked up. For all of those reasons I felt really strongly that we had to let this fly.

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Carrie and I were attracted to one another, but I knew from previous jobs that it would have been a bad idea [to get involved with someone on set].

Johnson stated that he felt "really strongly" that this narrative for Leia was the one to go with, and that Episode IX director and co-writer J.J. Abrams will undoubtedly find a way to close Leia's story down the line.

The campaign, launched following the death of Carrie Fisher who portrayed Leia, calls on the movie company to do away with its rule that official princesses must be animated.