Carrie Fisher Slapped Oscar Isaac 27 Times While Filming 'The Last Jedi'

Star Wars: The identity of Snoke will NOT be revealed in The Last Jedi

Star Wars: The identity of Snoke will NOT be revealed in The Last Jedi

But Oscar Isaac, who plays Poe Dameron in the new trilogy, is one of the few people who can proudly say that Fisher slapped him. He revealed that he worked closely with the late Carrie Fisher, who ended up smacking him in the face about 27 times in order to get the best take.

In an additional piece available online, the publication has posted two conversations about The Last Jedi's title, one with LucasFilm CEO Kathleen Kennedy, the other with director Rian Johnson.

Never-seen-before pictures of characters from Star Wars: The Last Jedi were featured in the summer issue of Vanity Fair, and they will leave fans with several unanswered questions and doubts.

"Actually, a large amount of the stuff I got to do was with Carrie, which was awesome", Isaac told Colbert. "And she does incredible work in this film", Isaac said.

Given the passing of Fisher in December a year ago, that was an emotional blow for fans who were aching to see the iconic characters reunited on screen. As for the Resistance Bomber ship, that photo is more blurred out, but as far as I can tell, it looks like Peo Dameron is in it, some resistance troopers/gunners, and maybe Leia to remember Carry Fisher by. Surprisingly, the actor revealed that he was disappointment with the script for "The Last Jedi". It's been announced she will not be appearing in "Star Wars: Episode IX" and Disney CEO Bob Iger has made clear there are no plans to bring Fisher's Leia to the screen via CGI in future "Star Wars" films.

Anyway, these are some interesting details to take notice of, and we're bound to get more glimpses of characters, vehicles and more from The Last Jedi as we inch closer for Force Friday II on September 1.

The plot for The Last Jedi remains a tightly held secret, but from the first trailer released in April, it seems the story will revolve around Mark Hamill's Luke Skywalker attempting to end the Jedi order and coming to terms with the role he has played in current events.

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