Thanks to our friend Tiffany, scans from the ‘Star Wars’ special edition of People magazine have been added to the gallery. Enjoy!

Magazine Scans > 2015 > People (December)

Daisy is featured in the latest issue (December 10) of french magazine Paris Match. We added digital scans in our gallery!

Magazine Scans > 2015 > Paris Match (December 10)

New ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ portraits have been added to the gallery.

Studio Photoshoots > Portraits & Press Conferences > 2015: ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Portraits #2

CHICAGO TRIBUNE – Daisy Ridley may not be as brave as her character in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” but she’s close.

In her first-ever film role, the 23-year-old British-born actress plays Rey, a pilot and scavenger at the center of the action in the hugely anticipated “Episode VII.”

The hardest thing about the job, Ridley said, was overcoming her own fears.

“It’s one thing for other people to see potential in you and it’s quite another for you to understand that and see it in yourself,” she said. “So of course everyone else being wonderful helps, but there’s a certain level of growth and stuff you have to do as a person… It’s just like life times a million.”

Right now, that life is a sniffley one that includes lots of airplanes and interviews. The film’s nonstop promotional schedule has left Ridley with a cold that has her wrapped in a winter coat on a recent warm Southern California day. But even illness doesn’t weaken her resolve when it comes to keeping the film’s hotly guarded secrets.

Though co-star Harrison Ford has said Rey wields a lightsaber in the film, Ridley deflected the question when asked directly.

“Finn and Kylo have a fight with a lightsaber,” is all she would say, referring to co-stars John Boyega and Adam Driver, whose tussle has already been shown in the film’s trailers.

The actress did undergo months of physical training to prepare for her role, a regimen that included weightlifting, climbing and “staff training” — footage shows Rey running and fighting with a staff. How much different could a lightsaber be?

“I had to look like I could look after myself in the desert and drag and scavenging things across sand,” she said.

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COMIC BOOK – As sister company Marvel Studios has done for their last few releases, fellow Disney studio Lucasfilm will live stream the world premiere red carpet of their first feature film under the Mouse’s umbrella. When Star Wars: The Force Awakens has its big debut on December 14, 2015 in Los Angeles, California, fans at home can witness all the fun of step-and-repeat interviews and awkwardly trying to get someone’s attention to ask them about their favorite Star Wars line.

The event starts at 5:30pm PST on December 14, and will be hosted by Andi Gutierrez, Anthony Carboni, and David Collins. Gutierrez hosts the excellent Rebels Recon after-show, and is often responsible for those viral Star Wars social media responses everyone loves. Collins is a voice actor, former LucasArts sound designer, and frequent host of Star Wars Celebration. Carboni has hosted youtube shows for more nerdy companies than he hasn’t at this point, most notably in this case, the marathon unboxing of The Force Awakens toys alongside Gutierrez. As far as a team for one of these events goes, this is about as well-versed a Star Wars crew as you can find.

Check out the premiere red carpet at, and feel the hype calling to you, then just let it in.

Daisy attended the ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Fan Event on December 9, 2015 in Seoul, South Korea.

Public Appearances > 2015 > ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Fan Event