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Little Late with Lilly Singh

A few weeks ago, Daisy recorded Little Late with Lilly Singh which just aired on television. Find pictures and videos:




Daisy Ridley for Porter Magazine

PORTER – When Daisy Ridley, 27, arrives at the beachside restaurant in Santa Monica wearing a white T-shirt under a loose jumpsuit, her hair pulled back into a casual ponytail, she looks like any other young tourist wandering in from the boardwalk. The impression isn’t far from reality. The British actress – who was plucked from happy obscurity at 21 and cast as Rey, the first central female protagonist of the Star Wars franchise – is a world-famous Hollywood outsider, as baffled by the rarefied world of moviemaking as the next person. This month, her part in the cult of the biggest money-making movie brand of all time will come to an end, as the final installment in the JJ Abrams-helmed trilogy, Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker, hits our screens.
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Star Wars cast in Tokyo

On December 11 and December 12, Star Wars (including Daisy) attended a Star Wars fan event and press conference in Tokyo. Daisy looked as lovely as ever. Find pictures in the gallery:




Photoshoots additions

Find three new photoshoots featuring our dear Daisy Ridley in the gallery:




CCXP2019

On December 7, Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Oscar Isaac and director JJ Abrams attended the CCXP2019 in Brasil. Find pictures in the gallery:




‘Star Wars’ global press conference

The whole cast of Star Wars : The Rise of Skywalker attended the global press conference for the movie in Los Angeles on December 4. Find the full conversation as well as pictures down below:




‘Star Wars’ live Q&A

On December 2, the cast of Star Wars did a livestream Q&A in Los Angeles. Find the interview as well as some pictures:




Daisy Ridley for GQ Magazine

GQ – A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away a bright-eyed, anonymous young woman is called to a universe she’d imagined but could never prepare for: expectation, responsibility, unseen forces wrenching her this way and that. This month, The Rise Of Skywalker closes the story of her character, Rey, and it’s taken as long for Daisy Ridley to become who Star Wars fans wanted and still remain herself. In this wide-ranging interview, she shares the films’ physical and mental toll, reveals how they inspired her to speak out and – who knew? – drops enough f-bombs to down a Death Star.

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