LOS ANGELES (AP) Actress Carrie Fisher’s first reaction when she heard that her character on the hit AMC show “The Walking Down Dead” was killed was, “Oh my god.”
But when Fisher saw the trailer for “The Last Witch Hunter,” Fisher was even more taken aback.
She was on set and saw her character, played by Carrie Fisher, who was dead.
Fisher told The Associated Press she had so many fun on the show.
She said it was a joy to get to be part of such a big-hearted, funny and kind-hearted family.
The actress, who is best known for her roles in “Ender’s Game” and “The Island” on AMC, was not at all surprised by the news that her beloved character had been killed off.
She told The AP that she was thrilled and surprised by what had happened.
“I had been in the process of casting for ‘The Last Wish’ and then the casting directors were telling me that my character was dead,” Fisher said.
“So, when they told me that, it was the most surreal moment of my life.”
Fisher was not a fan of the show, which was based on the popular children’s book of the same name.
Fisher said she wasn’t particularly invested in the story, so she was disappointed in the announcement.
She said she was looking forward to getting back to the show and being part of it.
“It’s so different than ‘The Walk,’ and I’m excited about that,” Fisher told the AP.
“I think it’s going to be a really good season.
And it’s definitely going to get me back to ‘The Dead.'”
Fisher said she would not be returning to the franchise in any capacity.
The actress said she is not planning on returning to “The Walk” at all.
The Last Watchers, which aired from 1999 to 2008, focused on the survivors of the pandemic.
Fisher played a character named Emily, a young girl who lived in a small town with her family, her parents and her brother.
Fishers played Emily in the first season of the series.
She has since appeared in four seasons of “The Watchers.”
“I was not even expecting that the show would be cancelled,” Fisher recalled.
“It was a great opportunity for me to come back and do it again.”