Carrie Fisher
Born October 21, 1956
Born In Beverly Hills, California
Daughter Of Singer Eddie Fisher And
Actress Debbie Reynolds
Best Known For Playing Princess Leia In The
Original Star Wars Trilogy
Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens - Review

Last night I was treated to a movie that I had been waiting to see for
thirty-two years, Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens. After the
release of 'Return of the Jedi' in 1983 no one ever truly believed that it
would take three decades for the next installment in the series to be
produced. It seemed like a no-brainer that a money driven movie industry,
along with a rabid fan base, would demand that after a short hiatus the
next chapter in the Star Wars saga return to the silver screen. Alas that
did not happen.
Premiere Of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" - Red
Carpet Photo Gallery

Droids and wookiees and Han Solo himself kicked off Monday's
mega-sized world premiere for Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

The star-studded premiere, which prompted scores of die-hard fans to
camp out for a week to be part of it, was light years ahead of standard
Hollywood events.

Eschewing a traditional premiere, The Force Awakens' red carpet was
tented into a four-city-block-long tunnel down Hollywood Boulevard, and
was pitch-black inside, save for neon lights. Security was Oscars-level
high, with bomb-sniffing dogs and metal detectors at the ready as guests
Barbarella: Queen of the Galaxy - Hello, Pretty Pretty.

After an in-flight anti-gravity striptease (masked by the film's opening
titles), Barbarella, a 41st century astronaut, lands on the planet Lythion
and sets out to find the evil Durand Durand in the city of Sogo, where a
new sin is invented every hour. There, she encounters such objects as the
Exessive Machine, a genuine sex organ on which an accomplished artist
of the keyboard, in this case, Durand Durand himself, can drive a victim
to death by pleasure, a lesbian queen who, in her dream chamber, can
make her fantasies take form, and a group of ladies smoking a giant
hookah which, via a poor victim struggling in its glass globe, dispenses
Essance of Man. You can't help but be impressed by the special effects
crew and the various ways that were found to tear off what few clothes our
heroine seemed to possess. Based on the popular French comic strip. .