"As I've gone along, people will come to me and say, 'We got the licensing from George Lucas to make these socks,'" 'Star Wars' leading lady Carrie Fisher wrote for The Daily Beast about the sad realization that she gave away her personal likeness, for free, when she was only 19. "My daughter can walk around on my face. I was shopping at Williams-Sonoma, and they're selling little sticks of Princess Leia that you put in your cupcake. Who wouldn't need those? I paid for it. How much money could I have made from all this stuff? I don't want to know. It's too upsetting. Yet funny." Hopefully Jake Lloyd was a little more business savvy. [The Daily Beast]

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