After suffering a heart attack on December 23, Carrie Fisher was reported to be in stable condition. Despite medical efforts, the 60-year-old died this morning.
One of the funniest videos we have of Carrie and Oscar was from The Force Awakens red carpet, as you can re-watch below:
In an interview to Vulture, while promoting The Force Awakens, Oscar also told how he met her.
The first time I met her was a dinner that we all had when the cast was first arriving. Immediately, she just wasn’t interested in small talk. She even said it: “I’m sorry, I just can’t do small talk. Let’s just get into it.” She talked about her fears and her insecurities, and she’s so refreshingly off-grid. I love it, I love it. She’s a truth-teller.
Rest in Power, Carrie! May the Force always be with you!
Oscar attended last Thursday (20) in New York the opening night celebration for “Plenty” at The Public Theater, and I have some pictures added in our gallery.
Sir Alec Guinness really didn’t enjoy his time on the Star Wars set as Obi Wan Kenobi. That was revealed by a Letter’s Live letter read out by Star Wars star Oscar Isaac earlier this year, and now we’ve got the video from his reading. Guinness wrote that his A New Hope dialogue was “rubbish” and called co-star Harrison Ford a “languid man” in a letter to his friend Anne Kaufman in 1977. Watch it:
Our gallery was updated with screencaptures of X-Men Apocalypse, plus extras and promotional images.