“It’s really tough for me to trust they’re gone, examination them now, a film freezes time.”
Bright Lights: Starring Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher debuted tonight on HBO, giving aged friends and fans a possibility to weep a dual superstars once again.
The film, destined by Fisher Stevens and Alexis Bloom, centers on a mother-daughter attribute between Carrie Fisher and her mom Debbie Reynolds. Star Wars star Fisher died after pang a heart conflict final month during 60. Reynolds, her mom and idol from films such as Singin’ in a Rain, died one day after during 84.
The film debuted final year during a Cannes Film Festival and had creatively been slated for a Mar premiere on HBO, though was changed adult following a deaths of Fisher and Reynolds.
Leading adult to a film and following a premiere, friends, colleagues and fans took a event to compensate reverence to a late actresses, including Ellen DeGeneres, William Shatner and Carrie’s hermit Todd Fisher.
— Todd Fisher (@tafish) January 8, 2017
Bright Lights front tonight on HBO. I’ll be watching, and blank Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds.
— Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) January 7, 2017
— William Shatner (@WilliamShatner) January 7, 2017
— Michelle Franzen (@MichelleFranzen) January 8, 2017
— Penny (@asweetgrace) January 8, 2017
“Bright Lights” with Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher has been on for 9 mins and it is fantastic, moving, revelatory and funny.
— John Z. (@jzanier468) January 8, 2017
Watching BRIGHT LIGHTS. Seeing Debbie Reynolds do her thing is a sign of how most WORK she put in. All a time. Truly astonishing.
— Jordan Rossman (@j_rossman) January 8, 2017
Watching a documentary Bright Lights. we adore Carrie’s residence and a story of Debbie Carrie.
— Chef Roo (@WannaRubaDdub) January 8, 2017
“Bright Lights”. More unhappy than bittersweet. You are 35 inside. You are!
Going to skip them even more.
— Abbe Buck (@abbebuck) January 8, 2017
— Elizabeth Thorp (@ElizabethEThorp) January 8, 2017
I’m blissful we’re all examination Bright Lights together. pic.twitter.com/TxyA75v4AZ
— Louis Peitzman (@LouisPeitzman) January 8, 2017
— Charlotte Wolters (@CharltteWolters) January 8, 2017
Watching “Bright Lights” with Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher with my mom. Devastating — and inspiring.
— Theresa Muir (@theresasmets) January 8, 2017
Just finished Bright Lights. That was pleasing and distressing all during once.
— Dallas (@Dallirious) January 8, 2017