Carrie Fisher Glimpsed in New "Star Wars" Trailer (Video)

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Carrie Fisher, who originated the role of noble Princess Leia in the original "Star Wars" films, returns to the franchise in the forthcoming film "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," opening in cinemas Dec. 18.

Before her "Star Wars" fame, Fisher made her Broadway debut at age 16 in the 1973 musical revival of Irene, starring her mother, Debbie Reynolds. Fisher has made three more Broadway appearances over the years, in Censored Scenes from King Kong in 1980, Agnes of God in 1982 and Wishful Drinking in 2009, in which she talked about her experience making "Star Wars."

The new film reunites original film cast members Harrison Ford and Mark Hamill as well.

Also featured in the cast: Oscar-winner Nyong'o, star of the Broadway-bound Off-Broadway hit, Eclipsed.

See if you can glimpse Fisher's momentary appearance in the trailer for the film, which was released Oct. 19:

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