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Hamill re­mem­bers Fisher as ‘beloved space twin’

Mark Hamill says he’s still griev­ing over Car­rie Fisher’s death, but shar­ing mem­o­ries of his late friend and co-star with fans at Star Wars Cel­e­bra­tion is “part of the process that I need to move on.”

Hamill led an hour­long trib­ute to Fisher on Fri­day evening in Or­lando, Florida. He called Fisher “my beloved space twin” and said they were also great friends off-screen. He said they even shared a steamy make-out ses­sion once.

Hamill told sto­ries of visit­ing with Fisher and her mother, Deb­bie Reynolds, in New York and at­tend­ing in­cred­i­ble par­ties at their homes in Los An­ge­les.

He also in­tro­duced video clips of Ge­orge Lu­cas and “The Last Jedi” di­rec­tor Rian John­son in which they share anec­dotes about work­ing with Fisher.

Ledger sub­ject of doc­u­men­tary

Nine years af­ter his death, Heath Ledger is the sub­ject of a rev­er­en­tial new doc­u­men­tary.

Through in­ti­mate home videos and in­ter­views with fam­ily and friends, “I Am Heath Ledger” cel­e­brates the life of the Aus­tralian ac­tor, who died in 2008 of an ac­ci­den­tal over­dose of pre­scrip­tion drugs at age 28.

The 90-minute movie opens in se­lect the­aters May 3 and airs on the Spike ca­ble TV chan­nel on May 17.

Camp­bell re­leas­ing fi­nal al­bum

Grammy-win­ning gui­tarist and singer Glen Camp­bell is re­leas­ing his fi­nal stu­dio al­bum, recorded shortly af­ter his Alzheimer’s dis­ease di­ag­no­sis in 2011. Uni­ver­sal Mu­sic En­ter­prises said Fri­day that the al­bum, “Adios,” will be re­leased on June 9.



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