Daisy Ridley says she believes Rey had the “good” ending in Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker.
The most recent movie within the franchise got here out final December.
Chatting with IGN about her new movie Chaos Strolling, which sees her starring reverse Spider-Man star Tom Holland – its trailer was released this week – Ridley stated she was “completely, completely happy” with how her character bowed out.
“I feel for me the fantastic thing about Episode IX is it ends with such hope and such potential. I simply really feel like that was Rey’s good ending,” Ridley stated. “The large battle was in Episodes VII, VIII, and IX. I feel actually she’s most likely working across the forest someplace having a good time.
“I really feel completely, completely happy with how that story completed. I simply don’t know what else she may do this I didn’t need to do. Additionally, there are such a lot of wonderful characters in Star Wars, that it’s kind of an incredible factor. I used to be watching the brand new episode of The Mandalorian, and it’s identical to the locations it might transcend even the place it’s now’s so thrilling.”
Shortly following its launch, Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker became the worst-reviewed film in the franchise’s history.
In line with assessment aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, the ninth film in the principle Skywalker Saga sits at 52% on the ‘Tomatometer’. The critic rating is under that of The Phantom Menace, extensively considered one of many worst Star Wars films.
Reviewing the film, NME wrote: “It’s thrilling, surprisingly humorous – particular point out to C-3PO (Anthony Daniels), who nails zinger after zinger in a standout flip – and is full of robust performances from its main solid, particularly John Boyega as Stormtrooper-turned-rebel Finn.
“Almost all of the unanswered questions are resolved and Skywalker feels sufficiently satisfying as a closing chapter. It’s taken 42 years to get right here, however (for now) the circle is lastly full.”