“I'm one with the force, the force is with me,” would be a calming mantra for Star Wars' Daisy Ridley.
In case you spent the past month on one of the far moons of Endor, you’ve seen the video posted by Ridley’s Murder on the Orient Express co-star Josh Gad, who invited Ridley to his on-set trailer and then bombarded her with questions regarding the meaning of Star Wars Episode 8’s title The Last Jedi. Claiming that he needed to know more about the plot of the sci-fi movie to help him, “…in order to figure out what we’re doing on the train today.”
This has been a battle of attrition. #daisyridley has been a force to be reckoned with. In many ways she is the Vader to my Luke or the Taylor to my Katy. But like any good opponent, I have tried to outmaneuver her at every turn. This will be her final judgement. May the force be with her, because kids, she is going to need it. All I ask is that you don't ruin the surprise for others. #TheLastJedi #starwars #broughtsomefriendsalongfortheride @disney @starwars @penelopecruzoficial @prattprattpratt @brycedhoward @colintrevorrow @leslieodomjr @lucyboynton1 @brycedhoward @derek.connolly #tombateman @jjabramsofficial
A post shared by Josh Gad (@joshgad) on
In the most recent video posted on Gad’s Instagram account, Ridley, who has continued to stay close-lipped about any spoilers, was again invited by Gad to stop by. This time, Gad invited her to his home to apologize, claiming he had no more questions for her…”but they do.”
The camera then swings around to reveal a slew of Gad’s celebrity friends including fellow Disney alum Guardians of the Galaxy’s Chris Pratt, who, channeling his inner Andy Dwyer, seems confused what questions he’s supposed to ask, as well as Murder on the Orient Express co-star Penélope Cruz.
Daisy, who can clearly take a joke, continues her vow of silence in regards to the eighth move in the Star Wars franchise. Even when asked by the last celeb, who of all people should have all the answers, asks if Luke has any lines in the film Daisy merely smiles, holding back laughter.
Director Rian Johnson wrapped principal photography on The Last Jedi on July 22, 2016 and is currently editing.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi is scheduled to be released on Dec. 15.