Star Wars sequel trilogy posters

Last year, Australia-based artist Florey released a series of Star Wars posters through Bottleneck Gallery which focused on Luke Skywalker from the original trilogy. Now he’s back with a new batch of Star Wars sequel trilogy posters, and this time, the attention is squarely on Daisy Ridley‘s Rey. You might even say that they “have her back.” Check out the new posters (and their variants) below, get details about when they go on sale, and see a comparison between Florey’s previous Star Wars poster series and this one. Read More »

‘Chaos Walking’ Delayed Again, Surprising No One

Chaos Walking Trailer

At this point, Chaos Walking is turning into one of those Hollywood urban myths, the kind of movie that we’ll never see, and may not actually exist. But we’ll have to wait until March 2021 to see if we’ll be disproven, because, yes, Chaos Walking has been delayed again.

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the young woman and the sea

Daisy Ridley is about to make a splash with her next project under Disney, a true-story drama about the first woman to swim across the English Channel, Young Woman and the Sea. Ridley is set to star in the Disney+ feature film as Gertrude “Trudy” Ederle, who made the 21-mile swim in 1926 and set a record that stood for 81 years.

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Chaos Walking Trailer

Back in the spring of 2019, it was said that Doug Liman‘s new sci-fi film Chaos Walking was “unreleasable,” and Lionsgate was going to spend millions of dollars on reshoots in an attempt to fix it. Well, we can finally get a taste of those results as the first Chaos Walking trailer has arrived, revealing that Tom Holland lives on a planet where all women have disappeared and the inner-monologues of men are unwillingly audible for anyone to hear. That’s made all the more complicated when Daisy Ridley shows up. Read More »

rey kenobi

Rey Kenobi? That might have been the true parentage of Rey revealed in Star Wars: Episode IX, according to Daisy Ridley, who revealed that the Star Wars teams toyed with several ideas for Rey’s origins before settling on making her the granddaughter of Emperor Palpatine. But “an Obi-Wan connection” was one of the front-runners before the idea on Rey’s parentage had been decided on, which Ridley revealed was not even set in stone while she was filming Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.

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Twelve Minutes trailer

As independent video games continue to push the creative envelope, they’ll continue to attract top-tier Hollywood talent to participate. Case in point: Twelve Minutes, an upcoming interactive time loop thriller that features voice work from Daisy Ridley (Star Wars: The Force Awakens), James McAvoy (X-Men: First Class), and Willem Dafoe (The Lighthouse). Check out the game’s trailer and learn more about it below. Read More »

women in the castle

One day, Lionsgate will release Chaos Walking, the long-delayed film adaptation of the young adult novel which stars Daisy Ridley and Tom Holland. Filming wrapped in late 2017, around the same time that author Jessica Shattuck’s book, The Women in the Castle, was on the New York Times bestseller list. Now, in the wake of the Skywalker saga, former Star Wars star Daisy Ridley has been cast in a movie adaptation of Shattuck’s novel. Learn more about the project below. Read More »

The Duplass Brothers Podcast

Podcasts were already enjoying something of a resurgence in popularity and quality before the pandemic hit. Now in the age of coronavirus, their audiences have grown even more as people are desperate to find new entertainment to keep them occupied while being stuck at home. With podcasts and audio storytelling at large earning more attention from listeners, they’re also drawing in even more big name talent to make them, and the filmmaking duo the Duplass Brothers and Star Wars hero Daisy Ridley are the latest to join the audio game. Read More »

Baba Yaga

Star Wars franchise star Daisy Ridley hasn’t been in much since wrapping up the Skywalker Saga late last year. But she’s seemingly taken a liking to virtual reality, narrating a VR game called The Dawn of Art which dropped in February and now coming on board another VR project. This one is called Baba Yaga, and before you get too excited, no, this doesn’t have anything to do with the world of John Wick. (Baba Yaga, which the movie equates to “The Boogeyman,” is one of Wick’s nicknames.)

Learn about Daisy Ridley’s new VR short below.
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The Ice Beneath Her

Now that she’s done with a galaxy far, far away, Daisy Ridley is going to try to solve a murder. Ridley is in talks to star in The Ice Beneath Her, a Girl with the Dragon Tattoo/Gone Girl-style story of two cops and a civilian trying to get to the bottom of a murder mystery in which an unidentified woman was found beheaded in a wealthy suburban home. Radio Silence, the filmmaker collective behind Ready or Not, is attached to helm.

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