When it comes to "Star Wars: Episode VII," Carrie Fisher knows all. Well, she can at least confirm that she, Harrison Ford, and Mark Hamill are returning for the J.J. Abrams-led sequel.
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Fisher told TV Guide that she will reunite with "Star Wars" co-stars Hamill and Ford for the highly-anticipated follow-up to "Return of the Jedi" in March or April.
"I'd like to wear my old [cinnamon buns] hairstyle again -- but with white hair," Fisher jokes. "I think that would be funny."
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But before Fisher reprises her role as Princess Leia, she's heading to the small screen with a familiar voice, James Earl Jones.
TV Guide is also reporting that the actors will appear in the Jan. 30 episode of the hit CBS comedy "The Big Bang Theory. Executive producer Steven Molaro explains that the "BBT" nerds aren't able to score tickets to Comic-Con, "so Sheldon attempts to start his own convention. He needs a killer panelist, but everyone on his list hangs up on him. So he sets his sights on James Earl Jones and tracks him down."
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Fisher, meanwhile, will make an "interesting cameo."
That's not all the actress has on her TV plate. Later this season, she'll show up on FXX's new comedy, "Legit" as a "very crass and confident showbiz woman who knows what she wants and doesn't care what anyone else thinks," Fisher said.
"Star Wars: Episode VII" hits theaters December 18, 2015.