‘Bright Lights’: Stars, Fans Remember Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds Through Their Documentary

“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.