Daisy Ridley I was a stranger when lucasfilm They decided to sign her to play Rey in the ‘Star Wars’ sequel trilogy. It’s been more than three years since the premiere of ‘The Rise of Skywalker’ and now the actress has dropped that for her there would be no problem in returning to that galaxy far, far away created by George Lucas.
“I am open to a call”
The actress is currently promoting ‘Sometimes I Think About Dying’, a film that premiered at this year’s Sundance Festival. That has led to him giving several interviews and in one for IMDb has answered the following about a possible return to ‘Star Wars’:”I am open to a call. I am looking for a job“.
These statements are surprising because in 2017 he made it clear that he was going to leave the franchise after ‘The Rise of Skywalker’, clarifying that it was “the perfect time to close“his passage through this universe. something has changed since then. Perhaps there was more truth than we thought when she said that no one wanted to hire her after she went through ‘Star Wars’? Now we will have to be attentive to the movements of LucasFilm, because the return of Ewan McGregor in ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ it originated from some of his statements making it clear that he wouldn’t mind going back when he had closed that door years ago…
In addition, Ridley has also spoken about the change his character underwent between ‘The Last Jedi’ and ‘The Rise of Skywalker’ in a chat with Rolling Stone. When asked about how the movie rian johnson proposed that anyone could be extraordinary and how JJ Abrams erased that, the actress pointed out the following:
Well, JJ Abrams was the one who said, she doesn’t belong to anyone, so it wasn’t just in ‘The Last Jedi’ that there’s that message. What was interesting about the last one, to me, was that you can be a hero and come from nowhere or you can be a hero and come from literally the worst person in the universe. You are not your parents, you are not your grandparents, you are not your lineage and you are not the generations that preceded you. So, I was always like, sure. But this is above what they pay me. I say the words, I do what it says in the script. I love the version that you can be whoever you want to be, but I also love the version where you can rectify mistakes and you can’t help what you were born into.