Daisy Ridley Weighs in on Potential Rey-Poe Romance

Henrietta Strickland
January 13, 2018

Although fans still have to wait until 2019 to see "Star Wars: Episode 9", they are now wondering what the next episode's storyline would be.

If there was one thing that The Last Jedi had going for it, it was that it set up a lot. Reports by Digital Spy and Hidden Remote provided most of the information used in this post.

"Saturday Night Live" alum Bobby Moynihan said he witnessed a fascinating interaction between former "Episode IX" director Colin Trevorrow and Daisy Ridley, who plays Rey in the saga. "I will not be the last Jedi", he said while facing Kylo Ren (Adam Driver). She may just be thinking that Rey and Poe do not have to instantly find love in Episode 9. "This leads to a number of rumors that Mark Hamill will return in "#Episode 9", although it is not yet confirmed if Luke will be back as a force ghost.

Hopefully, Rey's parental background is clarified.

The mirror revealed two reflections, so Rey thought she would be seeing her real parents.

Guess everyone's got their idea of the ideal Star Wars film. There's also the question regarding Rey's parents that was a bit fuzzy.

Picking up the pieces that Star Wars: The Last Jedi left behind is a daunting task for any filmmaker, and for a little while, Colin Trevorrow carried the burden.

Since Star Wars IX's helming role replaced Colin with Abrams, will the TFA director stay the course and keep Rey's fate aligned with Colin's pitch? Heck, some people are even shipping Rey and Kylo after their highly emotional force conversations in The Last Jedi, so who knows what direction her love life will take. "We're both big fans, one of the reasons why I think he put me in the movie was because we hit it off talking about that", Moynihan said.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi might have received overwhelmingly positive reviews when it premiered in December previous 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.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi is now screening in cinemas.

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