Carrie FisherWriter-actress Carrie Fisher quickly rose to fame in the late-'70s for her portrayal of Princess Leia in 'Star Wars,' and over 30 years later, Fisher says the image of her in-character remains.

"When I die and they do the Academy reel, they will show Princess Leia," she told PopEater in an exclusive interview.

Fisher, who is enjoying the success of her book, 'Wishful Drinking,' also shared her initial thoughts when approaching the film. "The script was fantastic, so I thought I will like this," she said. "It will be this hip little whatever film off to one side. That's what I thought. What it did in my opinion was misbehave.

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