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.

THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER – Chaos Walking, Doug Liman’s big-budget adaptation of the best-selling YA novel of the same name by Patrick Ness, is the latest big-budget movie to undergo significant reshoots, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

And, because of complicated scheduling issues with stars Tom Holland and Daisy Ridley, the reshoots could very likely force Lionsgate to push back the movie’s release date, which is currently slated for March 1, 2019.

Lionsgate is spending between $90 million and $100 million on the pic, an ambitious sci-fi thriller that the studio hopes will launch a franchise that can stand out amid superhero movies, remakes and sequel tentpoles.

The “additional photography” is expected to last two or three weeks but will not take place until the end of this year or early next, sources tell THR. That marks an unusual delay, given the film finished shooting principal photography last November, but insiders point out that the delay is because the movie’s two stars are so in demand.

Holland is due to shoot the sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming, while Ridley will be at work on Star Wars: Episode IX, both of which take up the summer months. Regardless, it would be a tight turnaround to make the current release date and insiders are planning, at this stage, on the opening date to shift. Lionsgate had no comment.

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Daisy looked absolutely amazing in her Sara Battaglia tuxedo as she walked the red carpet to attend the 23rd Rakuten TV Empire Awards last night (March 18) in London. She was there to receive the Best Actress award and to present the Empire Icon award to her ‘Star Wars’ co-star Mark Hamill as well, congratulations! Make sure to check the gallery for high quality content from the event and enjoy!

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Daisy walked the red carpet for the London premiere of her latest movie ‘Peter Rabbit’ alongside her co-stars Elizabeth Debicki, Domhnall Gleeson and James Corden on March 11, 2018. She wore a Teresa Helbig tuxedo dress covered in dimensional daisies and Christian Louboutin shoes. High quality pictures have been added to the gallery, enjoy!

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