Carrie Fisher's Beloved Dog Gary Shows Up in Costume to 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' Opening

Playing Carrie Fisher's Dog Gary Dresses in Costume for 'Star Wars' Opening

Carrie Fisher's beloved dog was among those Star Wars fans who flocked to the Hollywood premiere of The Last Jedi to see the late actress' final performance as Princess Leia.

Gary even dressed the part. The 6-year-old French bulldog showed up to the opening in a canine version of a rebel fighter pilot's uniform from the film franchise.

Fisher's former assistant says Gary perked up when he heard the late actress' voice, according to CBS Los Angeles.

It wasn't the first time Gary responded to Fisher's on-screen persona. 

When the trailer for the much-anticipated Star Wars film was released during a Monday Night Football game, Gary sat at attention during the ad.

Fisher, who has more than 140,000 Instagram followers, “posted” a photo of himself watching his late master reprise her role as Princess Leia, now known as General Leia, one last time.

Fisher, 60, passed away in December 2016 from cardiac arrest. She and her dog had an extremely strong bond. 

Gary joined her on many of her trips, including a visit to Europe before her passing.

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