Entertainment Weekly Releasing Carrie Fisher Tribute Cover

Carrie Fisher, Entertainment Weekly, coverThe loss of Carrie Fisher is still being felt by many movie fans all across the globe. Entertainment Weekly is releasing a special remembrance issue honoring Fisher. The issue will include a special essay from Mark Hamill, a longtime friend of Fisher’s and co-star throughout the Star Wars franchise.

The issue will also focus on the life of Debbie Reynolds, who tragically died one day after Fisher. Reynolds was known for her roles in Singing in the Rain, How The West Was Won and The Unsinkable Molly Brown.

Entertainment Weekly will also be honoring the late pop singer George Michael, who also passed away in December.The popular English songwriter was 53. Following the sudden and heartbreaking news, many celebrities to Twitter to remember George Michael, including Ryan Reynolds of Deadpool.

Reynolds tweeted, “George Michael was a kind and gentle soul. #Wham” #Wham, being a reference to Wade Wilson/Deadpool’s passion for all things Wham! and “Careless Whisper.”

Check out the tribute covers below of both Fisher and Michael:

Carrie Fisher, Entertainment Weekly

George Michael

On Christmas day last week, it was reported that the Star Wars actress was in stable condition, but then died two days later from cardiac arrest. A day after, her mother, actress Debbie Reynolds was taken to the hospital after suffering from a stroke. She passed away that same night. Fisher was 60 and Reynolds was 84.

The mother and daughter will have a joint funeral and will be buried together at Forest-Lawn Hollywood Hills, according to Todd Fisher, son and brother to Reynolds and Fisher, respectively.

Reynolds and Fisher were preparing for Carrie’s funeral arrangements when the elder suffered a stroke. Todd Fisher said that Carrie’s death was too much for Reynolds to handle. “She said, ‘I want to be with Carrie.’ And then she was gone.”

What do you think of the covers? Share your favorite memories of both Fisher and Michael below in the comment section.

Source: Entertainment Weekly

Chelsea Lewis

Chelsea Lewis

Chelsea Lewis, TV division, joined Heroic Hollywood in 2016. Prior to joining the team at Heroic, she worked for TheCelebrityCafe.com covering everything from music to...