Carrie Fisher deceased, Mark Hamill (Luke Skywalker) pays him a magnificent tribute
The tributes to Carrie Fisher have not stopped for more than a week. A mark of love and respect both by his loved ones and by his fans … One of his great friends has honored his memory with a poignant testimony.
A sad end of year for all fans of Star Wars with the loss of the beloved Princess Leia on December 27th. A very difficult time for the actress’s daughter, Billie Lourd, since she also lost her grandmother, Debbie Reynolds, one day after her mother. Since these two tragic disappearances, the messages of support to the young actress of Scream Queens are fired everywhere on the social networks. Billie Lourd broke his silence by revealing a touching tribute to Carrie Fisher but also his grandmother via a publication on his Instagram account. But it is not the only one. At the time of the first accident of Carrie Fisher, his great friend Mark Hamill, alias Luke Skywalker, had testified his shock but also his sadness against this announcement. Following the death of the actress dear to his heart, the actor decided to pay homage to him in a splendid text.
After 40 years of friendship with the city as on the screen, it’s the Hollywood Reporter that Mark Hamill decided to entrust his most touching tribute to his great friend Carrie Fisher. A text which you can find just the entirety HERE . The interpreter of Luke Skywalker relates some anecdotes location but also his personal relationship with Carrie Fisher, you can find some excerpts below: “Carrie and I occupied a unique place in our respective lives It’s like us. We had a rock band in our garage, which had coincidence, we had no idea what impact Star Wars would have in the world … You know, she was 19 at the time I was 24 years old and had the impression of knowing the world, so I said to myself, “My God, it’s like working with a high school girl.” But I was upset and instantly funny with the language (…) I was admiring her, she devoted her energy to joy, to fun, to enjoy life (…) I was doing To make him laugh was always a mark of honor (…) What I would have done to hear him laugh had no limit. I loved her and I loved to make her laugh (…) But my life would be so much duller and less interesting if it was not the friend that she was ” . A text more than touching and poignant for his great friend disappeared … Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, George Lucas and many other Star Wars co-stars made her poignant tributes . How do you imagine after Star Wars without Leia?