Daisy Ridley Celebrated The Wrap Of Star Wars Episode VIII

As the cast starts to wrap production on Rian Johnson’s entry in the legendary sci-fi franchise’s canon, we already saw Mark Hamill’s sign-off, and now we have Daisy Ridley’s goodbye.

The Star Wars actor shared her fond farewell to the production of Star Wars: Episode VIII through her official Instagram account, and it’s a pretty cryptic image. If you look at it a certain way, it looks like Daisy Ridley is in a very similar setting to the one we saw her in towards the end of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

It would seem highly unlikely that the powers that be at Disney and Lucasfilm Ltd. would let Daisy Ridley show off too much of the Star Wars: Episode VIII set, but at the same time a little tease seems like the least that could be done. The photo could very well be set on a new planet that we haven’t seen yet, seeing as Starkiller Base isn’t the only snowy planet in the Star Wars galaxy. Also, it certainly doesn’t help that the outfit Ridley is wearing in this photo doesn’t look like it’s changed much from the original outfit that Rey was wearing throughout Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

It’s a long road between now and Star Wars: Episode VIII, but we’d like to congratulate Daisy Ridley on wrapping what we’re already anxiously anticipating to be one of 2017’s biggest hits. Star Wars: Episode VIII will be released on December 15, 2017, with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story serving as an appetizer to hold us over on December 16th.

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  1. Joyful2bee says:

    Great preview, great topic too!!

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