Published: Fri, December 01, 2017
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

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Movie fans first met Rey, of course, in 2015's worldwide blockbuster The Force Awakens - when then-relative newcomer Daisy Ridley brought life to a scavenger from the desert planet of Jakku who would come to discover that she has the power of the Force.

In an interview with Rolling Stone magazine, the British actress noted that she is unsure about returning to play her character Rey beyond her contractually obliged appearance in the ninth film in 2019, to be directed by JJ Abrams.

"I said, 'Harrison will never do it". "So in my head, it's three films".

"I let him (Hamill) know before he read the script that his role was minimal", the filmmaker told The New York Times in October (17).

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"I am really, really excited to do the third thing and round it out, because ultimately, what I was signing on to was three films", Ridley stated. While the searches for Princess Leia are far-less than her Star Wars counterpart, Rey, eBay UK says there are 800 searches for the character per hour. If you can't make it to one of the big auto shows this year to see the cars in person, don't worry, as you can experience all the excitement from a galaxy far, far away in a new dealership augmented reality app experience.

Now that Hamill understands how Skywalker fits into the new franchise trilogy, he is really enjoying reviving his iconic role, which he first tackled in 1977's A New Hope, and he is particularly interested in the direction the new filmmakers, who are true fans of the sci-fi series, will steer the story in the coming installments.

From the trailers and many television spots released by Lucasfilm for The Last Jedi, it looks like Johnson's love for that very first Star Wars toy hasn't faded.

While that sounds more like something someone would do with a lightsaber, a slicer in Star Wars terms is roughly analogous to a computer hacker in real world terms... which makes his objective in The Last Jedi all the more curious.

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