Daisy Ridley gets bombarded with Star Wars questions by Josh Gad


With just nine days left until the Star Wars movie fans have been waiting decades for, The Rise of Skywalker, Josh Gad tried to break out the big guns to get answers from Daisy Ridley.

When Gad and Ridley were filming Murder on the Orient Express back in 2017, Gad shared a number of videos where he would call Ridley in, under the auspices of discussing what they were filming that day, but it would ultimately be about Star Wars spoilers.

And Gad shared the four videos he originally posted in 2017 yesterday, promising to ‘spare nothing’ and ‘finish what he started’ before the final video, courtesy of Walt Disney Studios Twitter.

Daisy and Josh: With just nine days left until the Star Wars movie fans have been waiting decades for, The Rise of Skywalker, Josh Gad tried to break out the big guns to get answers from Daisy Ridley

Daisy and Josh: With just nine days left until the Star Wars movie fans have been waiting decades for, The Rise of Skywalker, Josh Gad tried to break out the big guns to get answers from Daisy Ridley

Won't stop: Gad shared the four videos he originally posted in 2017 yesterday, promising to 'spare nothing' and 'finish what he started,' before the final video (courtesy of Walt Disney Studios Twitter)

Won’t stop: Gad shared the four videos he originally posted in 2017 yesterday, promising to ‘spare nothing’ and ‘finish what he started,’ before the final video (courtesy of Walt Disney Studios Twitter)

The video begins as what appears to be a simple promo video with Daisy Ridley starting that Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is, ‘the culmination of one of the biggest stories in cinema,’ before Gad interrupts her. 

Gad tells her that he just wanted to come visit her to ask her a personal question, ‘Who are Rey’s parents?’ referring to her character Rey in the new Star Wars trilogy. 

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When she refuses to answer, Gad brings out a barrage of Disney actors, who keep peppering her with Star Wars questions.

Anna Kendrick, star of Disney Plus’ Noelle, comes in to ask if Skywalker is ‘singluar or plural,’ while trying to record it on her phone.

Toy Story 4 star Tony Hale asks, ‘Who is the Skywalker,’ before complaining that he used up all his miles to fly out there.

Anna: Anna Kendrick, star of Disney Plus' Noelle, comes in to ask if Skywalker is 'singluar or plural,' while trying to record it on her phone

Anna: Anna Kendrick, star of Disney Plus’ Noelle, comes in to ask if Skywalker is ‘singluar or plural,’ while trying to record it on her phone

Tony's question: Toy Story 4 star Tony Hale asks, 'Who is the Skywalker,' before complaining that he used up all his miles to fly out there

Tony’s question: Toy Story 4 star Tony Hale asks, ‘Who is the Skywalker,’ before complaining that he used up all his miles to fly out there

There are rapid-fire questions from Awkwafina, Sterling K. Brown, Kumail Nanjiani, Lauren Ridloff, The Mandalorian stars Pedro Pascal and Gina Carano, Aisha Tyler and Ben Feldman, but Daisy doesn’t say a word.

Gad tries to pull a page from the Game of Thrones book, ringing a bell and stating, ‘Shame, shame,’ when she refuses to answer. 

Tina Fey stops by to pitch a droid who only makes grilled cheese sandwiches, whcih she wants to voice herself.

Salma Hayek asks in Spanish why Rey seeks out the Death Star, while Rogue One stars Diego Luna and Alan Tudyk ask if Rey has a Dark Side power and if they need a droid in this one.

Droid: Tina Fey stops by to pitch a droid who only makes grilled cheese sandwiches, whcih she wants to voice herself

Droid: Tina Fey stops by to pitch a droid who only makes grilled cheese sandwiches, whcih she wants to voice herself

Questions: Salma Hayek asks in Spanish why Rey seeks out the Death Star, while Rogue One stars Diego Luna and Alan Tudyk ask if Rey has a Dark Side power and if they need a droid in this one

Questions: Salma Hayek asks in Spanish why Rey seeks out the Death Star, while Rogue One stars Diego Luna and Alan Tudyk ask if Rey has a Dark Side power and if they need a droid in this one

Questions: Salma Hayek asks in Spanish why Rey seeks out the Death Star, while Rogue One stars Diego Luna and Alan Tudyk ask if Rey has a Dark Side power and if they need a droid in this one

Daisy continues to get peppered with more questions from Tom Holland, Questlove, Emily VanCamp, Paul Bettany, Randall Park, while director J.J. Abrams pops in to say, ‘Stay strong, Daisy.’

Daisy says she’s not going to answer any of these questions, when her co-star John Boyega comes in asking, ‘Who are Rey’s parents?’ but she reminds him that he already knows.

The video ends with a title card that says, ‘All the answers are coming’ with the release date of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker on December 20. 

More queries: Daisy continues to get peppered with more questions from Tom Holland, Questlove, Emily VanCamp, Paul Bettany, Randall Park, while director J.J. Abrams pops in to say, 'Stay strong, Daisy'

More queries: Daisy continues to get peppered with more questions from Tom Holland, Questlove, Emily VanCamp, Paul Bettany, Randall Park, while director J.J. Abrams pops in to say, 'Stay strong, Daisy'

More queries: Daisy continues to get peppered with more questions from Tom Holland, Questlove, Emily VanCamp, Paul Bettany, Randall Park, while director J.J. Abrams pops in to say, ‘Stay strong, Daisy’

Answer: Daisy says she's not going to answer any of these questions, when her co-star John Boyega comes in asking, 'Who are Rey's parents?' but she reminds him that he already knows

Answer: Daisy says she’s not going to answer any of these questions, when her co-star John Boyega comes in asking, ‘Who are Rey’s parents?’ but she reminds him that he already knows

 





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