One year later: Mark Hamill tweets sweet tribute to Carrie Fisher

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Star Wars: The Last Jedi's Mark Hamill has said he "regrets" voicing "doubts and insecurities in public" about the story arc for his character, Luke Skywalker, in writer-director Rian Johnson's sci-fi blockbuster. Quoting a piece of dialogue from Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Fisher's final film in the franchise, Hamill wrote on Instagram "No one's ever really gone" followed by the hashtags #AlwaysWithUs and #CarrieOnForever.

Hamill also posted a painting of Fisher sticking up her middle finger while holding her dog Gary. Fisher is most notably known for her portrayal of Princess/Admiral Leia Organa in the Star Wars movies, so it's somewhat fitting, yet tragic, that this would be one of her last projects.

Carrie Fisher, best known for her role as Princess Leia from Star Wars, tragically passed away on December 27, 2016, at the age of 60. The actress was 60 years old at the time of her death.

Fisher pictured in November 2016.

"He's not my Luke Skywalker". As fans will remember, Fisher previously declared that she wanted her obituary to say that phrase, in her book and one-woman show Wishful Drinking.

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Shatner, who played Captain Kirk in "Star Trek", posted a photograph with Fisher on Twitter Wednesday.

Carrie Fisher's performance as Leia Organa is something so monumental it can not even be put into words.

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Written and directed by Rian Johnson, The Last Jedi also stars Adam Driver as Kylo Ren, Daisy Ridley as Rey, John Boyega as Finn, Oscar Isaac as Poe, Kelly Marie Tran as Rose, Gwendoline Christie as Phasma, Domhnall Gleeson as Hux and Andy Serkis as Snoke.

Lourd began by honoring her mother's love of emojis (as evidenced by her colorful Twitter account that featured plenty of symbol-filled tweets) and referencing a joke of Fisher's that has become poignant since her passing.

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