With a lot of involvement of special effects and VFX, many actors and artists have to get accustomed to working against things that aren’t literally present in the situation in many of the Stars Wars films. While many actors are skilled at what they do, it becomes equally difficult to perform as required as helping in brining a particular character to life. Hollywood actress Daisy Ridley is currently gearing up for her upcoming film ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ and recently described her experience during the shoot of Princess Leia's scenes without actress Carrie Fisher, who passed away.
Often actors are expected to perform in most tough situations. While actress Daisy Ridley is currently gearing up for her upcoming film ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’, the actress shared her shooting experience in an interview. As actress Carrie Fisher passed away after filming the film ‘The Last Jedi’ in 2017, Daisey shared how shooting for Fisher’s scenes in the film was a far more emotionally complicated task for her performing new scripted material. During an interview with British GQ magazine’s January/ February cover story, Ridley mentioned how it was definitely difficult. The actress added that it was emotional doing it because she was picturing the late actress and not how the scene is going to be. Also Read: Jennifer Aniston Is Ready To Fall In Love Once Again Post Her Split From Brad Pitt And Justin Theroux
As fans witnessed one glimpse of Carrie Fisher in the teaser trailer of the film, Daisy Ridley expressed her feelings about the situation. The actress said that it’s really sad, and mentioned it is going to be really sad, but also explained that it’s amazing as the makers have all this footage that is woven into the story in a much strange way. Daisy also went to share the sadness of shooting her final scene in the film, she added how it was so sad.
Meanwhile, the film ‘Stars Wars: The Rise Of The Skywalker’ is directed by J.J. Abrams. ‘Stars Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ is slated to release in theatres on December 20, 2019.
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