Star Wars: Daisy Ridley Shares Details of Final Scenes in 'The Last Jedi'

Having previously avoided spoiling any details about The Force Awakens, star Daisy Ridley has plenty of practice when it comes to tip-toeing around spilling any details about the upcoming The Last Jedi. During a recent interview with Glamour, however, the actress' discussion of her relationship with one specific co-star revealed hints about the film's finale.

***WARNING: Possible spoilers below for The Last Jedi***

During the interview, talk turned to the late Carrie Fisher and the impact the actress had on Ridley, with Ridley going on to discuss one of the last scenes she filmed with the Star Wars icon.

"The last thing Carrie and I filmed together was emotional for a variety of reasons," Ridley confessed. "It’s the end of the film, and all of this crazy stuff has happened. There’s this moment that we share, and thinking about it now, I realize that it’s going to be really hard to watch. Because it will seem like a goodbye, even though it wasn’t at the time. You know, she and I went through a similar thing at different times [as Star Wars heroes]. She had the most insane life."

Ridley might not detail the crazy things that the pair had gone through or detail what's next for the characters, yet the mere confirmation that they appear together towards the end of the film not only confirms a reunion between the characters, but also claims the scene isn't a "goodbye."

These hints could add up to the film ending similarly to The Force Awakens where, after all of the battles have been fought, the whole group comes together to assess their situation.

Ever since the announcement of Fisher's sudden passing, fans have wondered what that will mean for not just The Last Jedi, but for future installments.

One of the most important comments about Leia's future come from The Last Jedi writer/director Rian Johnson, who has confirmed that all of Leia's scenes had been shot and there weren't any sequences that needed to be re-edited to alter her story going forward.

Another important comment came from Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy and her assurance that no other performer would recreate Leia and that CGI wouldn't be used to "revive" her like Peter Cushing's Grand Moff Tarkin in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.

Fans will get to see the film's final scenes when The Last Jedi hits theaters on December 15.

[H/T Glamour]

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