For centuries — no, millennia — men have been the heroes of our species' stories. But Ridley's star-making turn as the Force-adept Rey in The Force Awakens suggests the future might be a little more unisex than the past. Ridley's Rey not only kicks ass (then brings them back to theater seats for repeat viewings) but will inspire legions of young women to crush it for a long, long time. Here is a heroine who doesn’t need to be rescued, who doesn’t need to wear a skirt, who doesn’t need a love interest. How’s that for a new hope?
Maybe it’s because she was cast as an unknown, but one of the things that makes Ridley stand out is the lack of the usual Hollywood façade. Deflector shields are down (at least for now) and what we see are all the things that made the character of Rey so popular — a candid, sincere, brave and unapologetically positive young woman.
She’s also tough as a Rathtar — Ridley’s Instagram videos prove she’s as handy with a kettlebell as she is with a lightsaber — and she’s using her powers for good, speaking up on everything from body image to the importance of voting.
Call her lucky if you want, but as Obi Wan Kenobi once said, "in my experience, there’s no such thing as luck."
FACT: Daisy Ridley cried when she first saw the initial trailer for Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens.
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