Star Wars is one of the most beloved franchises in the history of cinema and it rightfully deserves that merit. The saga has been a huge success for almost 40 years now and continues to be very popular to this day. It, however, does have its share of really out of this world dialogue that might fly over many people's heads. One line, in particular, gave Carrie Fisher a real hard time as she revealed it at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Carrie Fisher, during the Tribeca Film Festival, held a Q&A courtesy of Uproxx in which she revealed the line in particular that gave her many headaches. If you are wondering what the hated line is, then you can find it below....
I have placed information vital to the survival of the Rebellion into the memory systems of this R2 unit
The line was the one that Leia relayed over hologram to Obi-Wan Kenobi in A New Hope. It sounds like it probably took her a while to get right in one take so we can't blame her for hating it so much. This is one of the reasons, she revealed, why this line was spoken in a British accent as opposed to all her other lines which were done in an American accent. The actress went on to say she hated the line so much that it inspired her to become a writer herself. Talk about finding inspiration in the weirdest ways.
Of course, the line of dialogue is from one of the more classic scenes in the series, but knowing this background makes it shine in a new light. I, for one, only wonder how many times Carrie struggled with that one line to get it right. That said, with years of the Leia role under her belt, I doubt Carrie Fisher would struggle with such a line today. We have come a long way from A New Hope and are now preparing for Rogue One later this year, so it's safe to say the Star Wars fever is long from dying out. If you want to ride the nostalgia train and take a look at the scene yourself, check it out below.
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