Monday, March 13, 2017

Ingvild Deila Talks About Playing Princess Leia in 'Rogue One'

By: Dominic Jones

One of the major topics of discussion surrounding Rogue One: A Star Wars Story has been the use of CGI to digitally recreate people's faces. While most of the focus is centered on the recreation of Peter Cushing as Grand Moff Tarkin, the technology was also used to create the film's memorable final scene where the Death Star plans are finally placed in Princess Leia's hands.  Underneath the CGI used in that scene to recreate Carrie Fisher circa 1977 was Norwegian actress Ingvild Deila.  Deila sat down recently with our friend Jamie Stangroom to talk about how she got the role and what it was like to film that final scene.  Check it out below,

Source: Jamie Stangroom (YouTube)

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