Star Wars IX pitch about Rey's fate moves Daisy Ridley to tears

Postado Janeiro 12, 2018

Because of Lucasfilm and Disney's tendency to keep a very tight lid on plot details, we'll never know (at least for a long time) what Trevorrow's original vision entailed - except that it might have moved Star Wars: The Last Jedi star Daisy Ridley to tears. He could have just easily made it up in order to sway Rey's moral compass and have her join the dark side. There's also the question regarding Rey's parents that was a bit fuzzy. Were Rey and Kylo going to team up in more ways than one? While the films may not have fully embraced love in a romantic way, star Daisy Ridley recently shared how she hopes the films continue to explore her character's intimacy with others.

"I haven't spoken to J.J. but". We're both big fans, and I think one of the reasons he put me in the movie was because we hit it off talking about that. I believe a relationship between two friends can be romantic in their gestures and their intimacies.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi might have received overwhelmingly positive reviews when it premiered in December past year, however, Lucasfilm's newest sequel trilogy installment received a punch from the Star Wars fanbase with an alarming 57 percent audience score from 83,000 audience reviewers on Rotten Tomatoes. It is kind of odd to think that we are two movies into this trilogy and Rey and Poe have only shared one scene together. Rose seems to have captured Finn's attention, and Poe doesn't seem like the kind of guy who's necessarily looking for romance (right now). Beyond that, Colin took her to an obscure part of the room to reveal what was in store for Rey's fate.

In fact, the friendship (or friendzoneship depending on your perspective) between Finn and Rey in The Force Awakens was great and told us a lot about each character as we got to know them and that bond has continued.