Daisy Ridley is venturing into new projects far away from the Star Wars universe, but, as happened to Mark Hamill at the time, once you become a Jedi, you will always be a Jedi and in interviews one or the other will always come up. question referring to the franchise. The most recent response to the young woman who became ‘all the Jedi’ was related to the criticisms made by the Texas senator, Ted Cruz, who dubbed Rey “an emotionally tormented Jedi.” The actress was not silent and has responded to this point in a harsh and direct way.
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The senator Ted Cruz made a criticism of Star Wars through social networks, this following the dismissal of Gina Carano from the series The Mandalorian – 91%. The conservative politician attacked Disney and the franchise initially created by George Lucas, hinting that Cara Dune was the real heroine unlike other female characters, including Daisy, and that, thanks to her, Star Wars had returned to being ‘funny’. His tweet read:
Texan Gina Carano broke barriers in the Star Wars universe: not a princess, not a victim, not an emotionally tortured Jedi. She played a woman who kicked butt and who was admired by girls. She was instrumental in making Star Wars fun again. Of course Disney canceled it.
Texan Gina Carano broke barriers in the Star Wars universe: not a princess, not a victim, not some emotionally tortured Jedi. She played a woman who kicked ass & who girls looked up to. She was instrumental in making Star Wars fun again. Of course Disney canceled her.
— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) February 11, 2021
Clearly, the tweet refers to Carrie Fisher’s character ‘the victim’ could be that of Natalie Portman, while the emotionally tortured Jedi ends up being that of Daisy, thus reducing the characters to less than nothing while praising the Carano. This reached the ears of the protagonist of Star Wars: The Force Awakens – 92%, thanks to an interview with Yahoo Entertainment, where she was asked about this description of her character, she, without a moment’s hesitation, launched a counterattack worthy of a Skywalker and said:
I didn’t know, and I’m very happy to be an emotionally tortured Jedi who doesn’t leave her state when she goes through horrible times.
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This response from Daisy refers to last week’s controversy over the decision of Ted Cruz of leaving Texas and flying to Mexico when unprecedented winter storms left many Texans without power or heat. While his condition was having a bad time due to the weather conditions, the politician was captured on his way to the paradisiacal beaches of Cancun. So the actress is right, Rey, no matter how bad she went when she found out she was a Palpatine, in the end she returns to help her friends and save the galaxy.
On the other hand, Cruz It is just the tip of the iceberg of all the right-wing conservatives who support Carano after the controversies he went through in recent months. The ex-wrestler even thanked the politician for the aforementioned tweet, and has declared that she will not allow herself to be ‘silenced’ or canceled. In addition, he announced a new film project that he is developing and starring in with the help of the conservative website. The Daily Wire.
Meanwhile, as mentioned in previous lines, Ridley She is far from the galaxy very, very far away, and this weekend is the premiere of her next movie Chaos: The Beginning, which stars alongside Tom Holland, and although for now there are no plans for her to return to Star Wars, she herself has stated that that door is not yet completely closed.
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Daisy Ridley responds to Ted Cruz for calling Rey an “emotionally tormented Jedi”