Ridley, 27, not too long ago spoke with British GQ about her time on set, calling Fisher’s absence “troublesome.”
Ridley not solely misplaced a buddy and co-star after Fisher suffered a coronary heart assault in 2016, however with the intention to full the latest “Star Wars” trilogy, Ridley needed to movie scenes that might be spliced along with unused footage from “The Force Awakens.”
“It was positively troublesome,” the actress stated within the interview, printed Tuesday. “It was emotional doing it since you’re additionally weirdly picturing her. You’re not picturing how the scene goes to be.”
Ridley additionally stated she by no means introduced up Fisher’s loss of life with co-star Mark Hamill, who had identified the actress for 40 years earlier than she handed away.
Nonetheless, Ridley did point out that she reached out to Billie Lourd, Fisher’s daughter and fellow “Star Wars” alum, to “ask Billie how she was doing.”
And whereas the scenes with out Fisher have been exhausting to movie, Ridley stated they will be robust for viewers to look at, as properly.
“It’s actually unhappy. And it’s going to be actually unhappy,” Ridley stated. “But in addition, it’s wonderful that they’ve all this footage that’s woven into the story in such a wierd method.”
Ridley additionally let a touch slip concerning the film’s ending, which was emotional each on- and off-camera.
“Let’s simply say it was not exhausting to be upset in that scene,” she added.