Here, the actress outlined why she believes Rey's relationship with Poe should remain platonic.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi utilized the Force in new creative ways, but one standout moment that has stirred a lot of debate involved General Leia and how she used the power of the force to survive being hurled into the depths of space. It can be recalled that the sequel to "The Force Awakens" delivered a punch in the gut to Rey, who was informed by Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) via Force telepathy that her parents were no one important.
While the fate of any of those romances remains a mystery, for now, Daisy Ridley has offered her opinion.More news: TPP: Britain 'looking to join Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal after Brexit'
In the video, which surfaced recently on Tumblr, Ridley had this to say.
Their onscreen meeting had many fans wondering if Rey and Poe's relationship would turn romantic in the next sequel, but Ridley is hoping director J.J. Abrams and screenwriters for Star Wars: Episode IX keep their bond strictly platonic.
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Star Wars: The Last Jedi might have received overwhelmingly positive reviews when it premiered in December a year ago, 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.
Daisy Ridley makes a great point here to Mtime that there doesn't have to be a romantic relationship. "I don't think, in films, you always need a romantic relationship and I think friend relationships can be romantic in their gestures, in their intimacy, in all of that". So, I think hopefully, y'know, if Rey and Poe get to have some scenes together, and stuff, there'll be intimacy. The reveal settled the debate over Rey's true origins, effectively shutting down theories that she is the daughter of Luke Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, or even Han Solo.More news: Fossils show butterflies appeared on Earth before flowers