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Carrie Fisher, Debbie Reynolds Will Touch Your Heart Again

Ready or not, HBO is releasing their documentary ahead of schedule. Watch the trailer here.
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Tragedy struck Hollywood and the rest of the world when actress Carrie Fisher, popularly known for her role as Princess Leia in the Star Wars films, passed away before the New Year. The sorrow immediately doubled, as her mother Singin’ In The Rain star Debbie Reynolds, followed a day after. You might not be ready for this, but HBO plans to move up the release date of a poignant documentary called Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds in the wake of their passing. They plan to release it by January 7.

The touching documentary explores their relationship as mother and daughter and “a story of the family’s complicated love.” In the film, we see vintage clips of the duo and their family with more recent footage shot in 2014 and 2015.

Watch the heartbreaking trailer below:

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Hannah Lazatin
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Hannah is a communications graduate from Ateneo de Manila University. She’s originally from Pampanga and from a big, close-knit family who likes to find a reason to get together at the dinner table. Experiences inspire her. “Once, at a restaurant, I received an interpretation of my second name ‘Celina,’ and it meant 'someone who tries everything once' and that is me through and through,” she says. As for the job, she wants her “readers to be inspired by the stories of the people we feature and to move them to reach for greater things.”
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