BARBARA Windsor could appear as a hologram in a series of new Carry On films, the boss of the franchise has revealed.
The iconic actress, who died from Alzheimer's on Thursday, aged 83, could make a posthumous screen return in 2022.
Brian Baker, a director of Carry On Films Ltd, told the Star: "We have got two new stories and we are looking to do one of the old ones again to bring it up to modern day quality – probably Carry On Sergeant.
"Barbara will be making an appearance. It will be a tilt of the head to say, 'Well done'. That’s the best way to do it.
"We are looking at using a hologram from old footage to put her in a situation like a queue for the Royal Albert Hall or serving in a shop."
Dame Barbara was synonymous with the British comedy films, starring in nine pictures including Carry On Camping and Carry On Spying.
Yesterday The Sun revealed Barbara will be remembered next year with a memorial celebrating her Cockney roots.
Showbiz stars are expected to take part at the event, which will mark the lifetime she spent on stage and screen.
A family source said: “The memorial that will hopefully take place later next year will be a real celebration of Barbara’s life so that everyone can enjoy it together.”
A funeral service is expected to take place this month but Covid restrictions mean only 30 people will be able to attend.
The memorial will be a much larger public event once restrictions have eased.
Hubby Scott Mitchell, 57, will have a key role in the planning and is expected to call on Barbara’s former EastEnders co-stars to help out.
She played Queen Vic landlady Peggy Mitchell in the BBC soap for more than 20 years.
Babs had suffered with dementia for the last six years.
Yesterday Alzheimer’s Research UK said it had been “overwhelmed” by the donations to the charity following her death.
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