'Star Wars' fans, now you can also be a part of Princess Leia's journey.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, profiles in History shared that they will be putting the star's personal, hand-annotated shooting scripts of the classic films up for auction during their three day Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds personal property action on October 7-9 in Los Angeles.
The first script up for auction is Fisher's personal, hand-annotated shooting script from 'Star Wars: Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back.'
The 158-page script features annotations by Fisher underlying subtext and context for Leia's dialogue.
It is estimated to sell for USD 30,000 - USD 50,000.
Also up for auction is Fisher's bound presentation script for the original 1977 Star Wars film, ' A New Hope', signed by series creator and the film's director, George Lucas.
Lucas inscribed the 156-page script, "To Carrie with much love, George." It is estimated to be sold for USD 20,000- USD 30,000.
Another 'Empire Strikes Back script', this a bound presentation script with a title page reading 'Star Wars Episode Five: The Empire Strikes Back'.
Finally, Fisher's bound presentation script for 'Star Wars: Episode VI: Return of the Jedi' signed by George Lucas is also being auctioned.
The title page reads, " Star Wars Episode Six Revenge of the Jedi Screenplay."
Lucas marked an inscription on it - "For Carrie. Easy to say lines, George."
The 107-page script also features 13 vintage promotional stills of Fisher as Princess Leia from various scenes in the film. It is estimated to sell for USD 20,000 - USD30,000.