Oscar Isaac paid tribute to Carrie Fisher in the most touching way
Following her sad passing, the star of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Oscar Isaac, has paid tribute to Carrie Fisher with three touching Facebook posts.
Earlier this week (December 27th), it was sadly announced that Carrie Fisher, who played the iconic role of Princess, then General, Leia in Star Wars, had died aged 60 years old. Sadly since her passing, the actor’s mother, Hollywood icon Debbie Reynolds, has also sadly passed away, too.
Beautiful homages for both stars have been pouring in from all around the world. In particular, Fisher’s Star Wars co-stars have been sharing their tributes to Fisher, who made her debut in the series in the 1977 film, A New Hope.
Now Carrie Fisher’s The Force Awakens co-star, Oscar Isaac, has paid tribute to the late-icon and it’s so touching.
Taking to Facebook, Isaac shared three personal photos from his time on set with Fisher while filming the latest Star Wars movies.
His first picture sees Fisher with her on-screen brother, Mark Hamill (who plays Luke Skywalker), and includes a moving caption.
"She had no patience for pretense or small talk. She saw through things, at a different angle, with the gritty wisdom that comes from the hardest lessons. And, man, did she make me laugh. "Will miss you dearly, Carrie."
Oscar Isaac also sent his thoughts out to Fisher’s beloved French bulldog, Gary, who, it was reported, will be adopted by Carrie’s daughter Billie Lourd.
Isaac’s final picture sees both actors having a cuddle with Gary while Carrie is making a rude hand gesture. Basically, it’s a real representation of the spark she was.
Oscar Isaac join the likes of Daisy Ridley, Star Wars newcomer John Boyega, Harrison Ford, and, of course, Mark Hamill, who have all shared memories and touching tributes to Carrie Fisher.
Meanwhile, it’s been revealed that Carrie Fisher will star in the upcoming yet-to-be-titled sequel to The Force Awakens, Star Wars: Episode VIII. This means that Disney and LucasFilm may not have to address the actor’s passing until the final movie in the proposed trilogy.