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By Tim Sandle     May 25, 2014 in Entertainment
Hay - Speaking at a literary festival, Carrie Fisher has said the latest film in the Star Wars series will let her "get Princess Leia right this time."
Carrie Fisher was talking at the Hay Festival in Wales, Fisher is quoted by the BBC as saying that in the new movie her iconic character will be: "I think less British. I looked a little pretentious faking the accent."
Fisher, 57, is joining original film's stars Harrison Ford and Mark Hamill in the new movie to be directed by JJ Abrams.
Explaining the process, Fisher discussed getting together with he celebrated co-stars: "It is good to have us all in a room because it's unique. I mean, I don't suppose they have reunions for the Gone With The Wind gang. I think people should be forced to do it 30 years on, classic films that they had, either to make another film or put together an anecdote."
Since performing in the three Star Wars movies, Fisher has carved out a successful career, not only with acting, but also as a novelist, screenwriter, and performance artist. This includes her bestselling novel Postcards from the Edge and screenplay for a film of the same name.
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