Adam Driver went from quirky Girls actor to Hollywood superstar simply overnight in late 2015 when he played Kylo Ren, the villain at the nitty-gritty of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. While we imagine being on the set of any Important Wars film would be an incredible experience, Adam had the special fulfilment of working with the late Carrie Fisher, who returned to reprise her iconic responsibility as Princess Leia. Adam opened up about the tremendous loss of Carrie while figuring on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert on Thursday night. «As you can describe from meeting her, she burned very bright, and had such a great, exceptionally generous energy,» he said. «For that suddenly not to be on set, and we’re talking about it and all publicity, or at best in life when you see her at a Star Wars event . . . to have her sort — not just her character in the movie, but her character missing from that altogether small unit — is a tragedy.» Watch him talk more about her at the 6:36 label.
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