Yes, they are back! The cast of ‘Star Wars: Episode IX’ now titled The Rise Of Skywalker attended Star Wars Celebration yesterday (April 12) in Chicago. They gave us a first look at the final chapter and what can we say? It’s exciting! We’ve added high quality pictures of Daisy’s first event of 2019 in our gallery, check them out!
And if you weren’t able to watch the panel live, you can (re)watch it below.


Last year, Daisy portrayed Mary Debenham in the film adaptation of Agatha Christie’s ‘Murder on the Orient Express’. It was her second role on the big screen and it really was nice to see her in something so different from her previous work. Blu-ray screencaptures have now been added to the gallery, enjoy!

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Daisy was out on July 15 as she attended the British Summer Time Hyde Park in London. We updated the gallery with pictures so make sure to check them out!

DEADLINE – Ryan Knighton is adapting Michelle Adelman’s novel Piece of Mind for Paramount and Bad Robot, a project which we’re hearing has Daisy Ridley circling.

The W.W. Norton novel follows Lucy, a 27-year old, who sustained a traumatic brain injury when she was three. When Lucy’s main caregiver, her father, dies suddenly, she’s forced to move in with her college-age younger brother in his cramped studio apartment in New York City. While Lucy knows everything about coffee, comic books and Gus, the polar bear at the Central Park Zoo, she possesses a rare gift for drawing. However, she has trouble relating to people and cannot hold down a job. During her summer with her brother, Lucy learns to discover that she has more strengths than she herself knows.

Knighton is a Sundance Lab screenwriting fellow and the recipient of the 2009 Alfred Sloan Prize from the Tribeca Film Institute. He recently adapted Inside the O’Briens for No Trace Camping, with Brett Haley attached to direct. Knighton is also a New York Times contributing columnist, writing the Modern Love piece “Seeing the World Through My Wife’s Eyes.” Knighton’s comedy TV pilot Nothing to See Here is in development at Super Deluxe. His original project Grand Theft Cattle is setup with The Jackal Group.

Ridley recently starred in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Peter Rabbit, as well as the feature re-telling of Hamlet, Ophelia, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.