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I call him Ben, I still think of him as Ben. I was jealous! Daisy Ridley: She really sees the, like, glimmer in Kylo. Daisy Ridley: He does the right thing for a moment. Even though the right thing is a terrible thing in the grand scene of things — to kill another person.
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Poe Dameron? More like Bae Dameron. Photo: Lucasfilm Source:Whimn. Star Wars movies are canonically not very sexy, by nature of them being melodramatic space operas mostly produced for children. And also because, like, they're concerned with other stuff, such as cool gadgets and stuffy droids and mind-blowing space battles. Until now. And I'm not talking about that chaste little kiss at the end of the movie between you-know-who.
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One of the most popular franchises to feature this is definitely Star Wars , most notably the character of Rey, portrayed by Daisy Ridley. During a recent panel to promote the film hitting video on demand, Johnson commented on the scene in which the two characters share a powerful moment when they touch fingers in the film, and the deeper meaning behind it. He told the audience. Something which fellow panel member, Mark Hamill , seemed to take issue with — adding:.
The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson has been opening up about the connection between Rey and Kylo Ren in his film, and it turns out those two were actually getting a lot closer than we thought. Speaking at the SXSW film festival this week, the director was asked why he chose to include so many close-up shots of hands in The Last Jedi , and of course his answer focused on one of the most memorable hand-related moments of the film. So, warning: there are some light spoilers for the film after this GIF of one of the hands in question:. If you're still with us, you'll know that during the film Rey Daisy Ridley and Kylo Ren Adam Driver learn that they can talk to and see each other from across the galaxy using the Force, which ultimately builds up to a key moment when the pair reach out their hands to make contact and feel each other's touch.