The metal bikini could be making a Star Wars comeback as Carrie Fisher has revealed that Disney has assigned her a personal trainer to get back in shape for “Episode VII.”
The 56-year-old told reporters she’s getting some exercise guidance from Disney, which all but confirms she’s returning for the next Star Wars installment along with colleagues Mark Hamill and Harrison Ford.
“I’m really eating a lot of sugar in advance,” Fisher told a crowd at the Calgary Comic Expo.
Ford hinted last month that he was close to being on board to reprise his role as Han Solo, but said nothing was concrete.
Disney immediately put an “Episode VII” in production for a 2015 release after buying George Lucas’ production company last year. The company sold for $4.05 billion in cash and stock.
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