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Carrie Fisher Says She Would Join Star Wars: Episode VII

Source:   TMZ
November 7, 2012


We're still a few years away from seeing anything from the new Star Wars films, but that isn't stopping people from speculating. It's also not stopping people from bugging everyone involved in the other films about whether they'll be reprising their roles.

YesterdayEW reported that Harrison Ford is open to the idea of reprising the role of Han Solo and Mark Hamill's announcement that George spoke to him and Fisher about the new trilogy last summer has lots of people wondering.

Now, coming from TMZ, Princess Leia herself Carrie Fisher is on the record as saying she'd join the film if asked.

"Yes, sure. Wouldn't you?" she says when asked about her reply if asked to reprise her role. Check out the video below.

Fisher reprised her role a few years ago in the Robot Chicken Star Wars Special and Family Guy Star Wars special It's a Trap!



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