We have added x1,369 HD Bluray Screencaps of Daisy in Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens to the gallery …
Are you excited to hear Daisy Ridley as Taeko and Dev Patel as Toshio in Only Yesterday next week? Ridley spoke about how she felt about the film in a short video interview with GKIDS, and commented on the progressiveness of it, even today:
For a film to center on a woman in the ’60s and ’80s, and have been already released 25 years ago and with cinema still being where it is today with people not being represented right…is very exciting.
The Studio Ghibli movie first came out in 1991 (it’s older than Ridley!), and its themes about country life, coming-of-age, and female childhood made it the highest grossing domestic movie in Japan that year. The story resonated largely with the audience in the face of the financial crisis, conformist attitudes, and the state of Japanese agriculture. All these factors might make you think United States viewers may find Only Yesterday dated, or not relatable, but Ridley thinks there’s something in there for everyone:
It’s funny because I guess Ghibli films, a lot of the time, are fantastical and everything–but the human stories are so human. They are what so many people around the world can identify with. I think the reason this is such a loved film and will continue to be so is because it doesn’t feel foreign. It feels exactly right, like, you know, ‘how do you make you dreams come true’ and stuff like that and, I guess, you live. You go day-to-day, try new things, and you meet new people, and eventually you’ll kind of end up where you should be, so I think anyone around the world–girl, boy, young or old goes through transitional periods of self-discovery and because of that this film will speak to everybody.
Only Yesterday is opening nationwide February 26th. You can also view screencaps, here.
Last night, a short clip was released to announce production has begun on the hotly anticipated Star Wars Episode VIII, showing both Mark Hamill and Daisy Ridley as they come face-to-face on an island (a scene that was seen at the end of Episode VII!)
The scene is interrupted by a man in sun glasses sitting behind a camera who says, ‘Cut!’ The man is Rian Johnson, who is the director of the next Star Wars film says, ‘Beautiful’ and then an image of the number VIII is seen in bright yellow type over a starry scape. Then again the crew is shown, there are over a dozen. The director announced: ‘Ladies and gentleman welcome to Episode VIII.’ The crowd roars.
Filming for Episode VIII started on Monday at Pinewood Studios in London, according to StarWars.com You can watch the clip below, and we added two screencap stills of Daisy, here.
In 2013, Daisy appeared in a short film titled “Under” where she had a brief appearance as a waitress. We have added x17 screencaps, and you can watch it, here.
We have added x55 photos of Daisy attending the Star Wars: The Force Awakens London Premiere earlier this evening. We will add more HQ images later…
We also screencapped the live stream straight from Leicester Square, where she greeted fans and was interviewed along with the rest of the cast.
We have added screencaps from the following interviews to the gallery…
x108 Fox 5 Star Wars The Force Awakens Interview
x67 ABC Family Exclusive First Look BTS Of Rey
x20 Behind The Scenes TIME Magazine Photoshoot
x37 Star Wars The Force Awakens Legacy Featurette
We have added x408 screencaps of Daisy Ridley from the Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon on December 3rd 2015…
Daisy Ridley and John Boyega were on Good Morning America in NYC yesterday. We have added x438 screencaps and x96 photos from the appearance to the image gallery…