Actress Daisy Ridley recently spoke about her return to the Star Wars universe to reprise her role as fan-favorite character, Rey. Despite the franchise having its fair share of critics, Ridley expressed her excitement and joy at the prospect of returning for another film. In an interview with Empire, she shared her feelings about coming back and how she feels more confident and mature in her role this time around.

Ridley revealed that she did not truly feel comfortable as Rey until her last movie, 2019’s The Rise of Skywalker. Having portrayed Rey in The Force Awakens, The Last Jedi, and The Rise of Skywalker, Ridley discussed the personal and professional growth she experienced throughout her time in the Star Wars franchise. She mentioned feeling a sense of ownership and confidence in her role as Rey, indicating a deeper connection to the character than in the past.

Despite the divisive nature of the Star Wars films and the potential for backlash, Ridley eagerly accepted the opportunity to return as Rey. She acknowledged the love and joy that the franchise brings to many fans and felt compelled to continue the character’s story. Ridley mentioned that the chance to explore how both she and Rey have changed over time presented an interesting challenge as an actor, showcasing her dedication to evolving with the character.

Ridley’s upcoming Star Wars movie will be directed by Oscar-winner Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy, marking the first time a woman will direct a Star Wars film. Ridley expressed her excitement about working with Obaid-Chinoy and emphasized the importance of having female voices shaping the story in the Star Wars universe. The new film, set for release in 2024, signifies a significant step towards diversity and representation in the franchise.

While Ridley’s Star Wars project is still in the works, fans can anticipate the release of “The Mandalorian & Grogu” in May 2026. The upcoming Star Wars film directed by Obaid-Chinoy promises to bring a fresh perspective to the beloved franchise, paving the way for more inclusive storytelling in the galaxy far, far away. Additionally, the new game “Star Wars Outlaws” is set to debut this year, offering fans more ways to engage with the Star Wars universe beyond the big screen.


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