The Rise of Skywalker home release is set to drop on March 17th, but we have been treated to an early look at the making of TROS featurettes that will be included with the film’s release.

Billie Lourd, Carrie Fisher’s daughter, was on Good Morning America yesterday to talk about her experience making The Rise of Skywalker, which required her to stand in for her mother in certain scenes. Billie kept with her mother’s sense of humor in the clip saying, “It’s literally a gift from her, or her forcing us to make her the star of the movie. Probably both.”

The clip doesn’t reveal too much of the the feature length documentary that is included with The Rise of Skywalker digital home release, but it does give viewers an idea of what type of content will be showcased.

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