“Star Wars: The Last Jedi” might not be the last time Carrie Fisher’s fans get to see her on the big screen. The veteran movie star filmed one last project before her death in 2016 that has yet to release.

The last film on Fisher’s filmography, “Wonderwell,” appears to have been scheduled for a 2017 release, though there is no official release date available for the drama. The movie is also still listed as still being in post-production on IMDb.

The production company behind the project, Stranger Quark Films, did not respond to International Business Times’ request for a release date update.

The late Fisher plays Hazel in the film, a mysterious woman who sends a troubled 12-year-old into her future. After Violet’s (Kiera Milward) older sister Savannah (Nell Tiger Free) is deemed an up-and-coming Italian supermodel, Violet becomes jealous and wander off to a nearby woods where she meets Fisher’s character. From there, Violet is sent to another dimension.

Singer/actress Rita Ora plays a fashion mogul in the film, and in June, spoke out about spending time with Fisher before her death. “I was with her the day before she got on that flight and it’s just crazy. She drank a lot of Coca-Cola and we were, like, loving life on Coca-Cola,” Ora told #legend magazine.

As previously reported, Fisher died on Dec. 27, 2016. She went into cardiac arrest on an international flight and died days later. She was 60. 

“We were laughing, the scene was amazing and she helped me a lot,” Ora said of her final day with Fisher. “And that was it. I hope people enjoy the movie, ‘Wonderwell.’ It’s a cool movie.”

While official stills from the movie have yet to be released, images from the set have been shared by members of the cast. Last December, Vincent Spano, who plays Franco, shared a behind-the-scenes shot of him and Fisher during filming. Ora also posted an image of her and Fisher after the actress died.

For now, fans can see Fisher on the big screen in the latest “Star Wars” installment. Like “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” released in 2015, Fisher reprises her role as Leia. “The Last Jedi” released in theaters on Friday.