Star Wars' Daisy Ridley Did Not Enjoy Her 'Force Awakens' Performance

Joann Johnston
November 14, 2017

"Rian will do unbelievable things with the blank canvas of this new trilogy", said Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy.

Although reviled by some, the prequels gave the fans insight into the events which took place before this and added context to some of the main characters' arcs, fleshing the universe out and paving the way for the saga to move forward with yet more sequels many years later.

"I didn't think I was good in the first film, and I was struggling with that", she told Elle UK. Hamill shared a version of Edvard Munch's Scream painting, but with the shrieking Porg from The Last Jedi trailer Photoshopped over the head.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi is now only a month out from D-day, and we can hardly wait.

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Ridley also revealed that she's more at ease now playing the role of Rey in her second go in the galaxy far, far away for The Last Jedi.

It's all very similar to the crimson Praetorian Guards populating Snoke's super-secret throne room, which is seemingly located on the First Order's Mega Star Destroyer.

From Luke Skywalker's sad, gruff voice saying that the Jedi have to end, to shadowy figures in dark rooms and great halls, to troubled looks on the faces of everyone not wearing a Stormtrooper helmet, Disney and Lucasfilm have made it clear that we're not getting The Star Wars Holiday Special.

Johnson's new trilogy was announced the same time as a live-action TV adaptation of the beloved franchise.

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