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Daisy Ridley to Glamour Magazine: Steven Spielberg Has Seen The Force Awakens 3 Times!

GLAMOUR Jan16 CoverDaisy Ridley is on the cover of the forthcoming January 2016 issue of Glamour magazine. Read on for some quotes from the interview with the actress…

 

 

Ridley on first-day-of-filming nerves:

“I was petrified.  I thought I was gonna have a panic attack on the first day.”
“JJ [Abrams] … he probably doesn’t remember telling me that my performance was wooden.  This was my first day! And I honestly wanted to die.  I thought I was gonna cry, I couldn’t breathe.”

Ridley on the anticipation surrounding the film:

“It’s so nice that people are so excited about it.  But people are getting tattoos!  Of my face!  Already! And I’m like; you don’t even know what Rey is in the story.  It seems insane to me.”

“I haven’t seen the film yet – I kinda want to, and I kinda don’t – Steven Spielberg’s seen it three times, as he told me when I met him!”

On whether the Disney ‘machine’ have her firmly in control:

“My experience has been incredible, I’ve felt supported and respected the whole way through. I’ve not been told not to do anything.  My Instagram has not been…what’s it called when they keep tabs on it?  Yeah, it’s not monitored.”

 

Steven Spielberg seeing the movie three times is the best indication that the movie won’t disappoint. We all know the close connection that Steven has to Star Wars. This is the best review of the movie that we could hope for! December 18th can’t come quick enough.

 

The issue will be on sale from next Thursday, December 3rd in the UK.

 

 

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  • ventoreck

    That is great news! Speilberg seeing it three times…. great news indeed.

    • David Chen

      To be fair Steven doesn’t have a perfect track record.

      • Crixxxx

        Who does? He still knows what makes a good movie. He was one of the few people who predicted the original film was going to be a hit, even when all of Lucas’ other friends thought it was a mess without completed effects and sound/music.

      • daveolden

        So we need track records to enjoy movies now?

        • MrBootles

          You need a track record for your opinion to carry weight. I remember Steven praising the Phantom Menace before it was released. This particular case is interesting because he has seen it and has not sought to directly comment. I’m not sure how to take it, but in the end it doesn’t matter. I doubt there is a comment out there that would keep me away from the theater in mid December

        • David Chen

          It has nothing to do with whether or not someone can enjoy a movie. We don’t even know what Spielberg thought of it because it was never mentioned. The point is that based on his recent movies he has clearly lost a step as a filmmaker and his reaction to any movie should be taken with a grain of salt.

          • daveolden

            That was a rhetorical question.

            That he has seen it three times, and was enthusiastic enough to *say so* to someone — is a testament to how he felt about it.

            “… The point is based on his recent movies he has clearly lost a step as a filmmaker…”

            Hogwash. That statement is NOT “based on his movies.”
            It is based on *your own opinion.”

            • David Chen

              Sure, if we don’t count Indy 4, War of the Worlds, and War Horse. Lincoln was good which shows that he can still make a decent drama. But top of his game? Not compared to 93′ when he released Schindler’s List and Jurassic Park in the same year.

      • Rebekah Joy Helvie

        I’ve found many times that writers who aren’t themselves very good (Christopher Paolini, Stephanie Meyer, etc), actually have good tastes in what they enjoy (Paolini’s favorites include Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, and Doctor Who; Meyer’s list of book recs include Neverwhere, Jane Eyre, Pride and Prejudice, and To Kill A Mockingbird).

        So, honestly, I don’t think Spielberg’s track record necessarily means anything when it comes to what he thinks is great. I mean, there are things I think are brilliant that have a general consensus of being well-written or well-made, but I myself can’t see myself doing anything as good as those things.

  • David Chen

    It’s a great sign to hear that JJ called attention to her acting early on, it shows that performance is an important part of this movie. It’s no surprise that her performance looks quite effective from all the footage we’ve seen so far because she was directed properly.

    • Have Hope

      But why not just get someone who was a natural from the get-go?

      • David Chen

        You mean like Liam Neeson and Natalie Portman? Yeah good thing the prequels had big name stars in them, otherwise we would’ve been in trouble.

        • Have Hope

          So you have faith in Abrams….the Oscar winning director?

      • Semiote

        Even the best actors don’t knock it out of the park on every take, dude…

        • Have Hope

          They don’t?

          • 999SickBoy666 .

            Nope.

          • Semiote

            I believe so. And remember, this is Ridley’s first feature film project, not to mention the fact that she spent a lot of the shoot on shoots set up for the insertion of major special effects (which I’m sure brings many challenges unusual even for seasoned film actors who haven’t been in these kinds of projects(: it’s natural for her to need some coaching.

  • Kenny Ritchie

    Wonder if Lucas will be attending the premier.

    • GeekOut

      Based on the recent interview with CBS, I doubt it!

      • Kenny Ritchie

        Think George will bite the bullet and see what all the fuss is about. Carrie Fisher will have a shot too many and mock Lucas by commentating on how good the new movie is using her best Jar-Jar-Binks voice. Cat fight ensures, all hell breaks loose.

    • Have Hope

      Doubt it.

  • Thats_a_good_one

    Why is it still being advertised as the 18th when our theater is showing it on the 17th?

    • Crixxxx

      Because not every theater is showing it until the 18th.

      • Thats_a_good_one

        Bummer.

    • patriot8813

      Because the official release date is still December 18. The Thursday 17th showings are like the midnight shows they use to do, they just moved it up to 7pm or later screenings the night before at a lot of theaters over the past few years.

      • Thats_a_good_one

        Makes sense. Thx.

    • Because the 18th is the official release date in the USA. In the UK it’s the 17th and where I live, the Netherlands, it’s the 16th.

      • Thats_a_good_one

        Yeah I’m in the u.s. just weird to show it earlier than the 18th as advertised..not that I’m complaining.

  • RA-7

    She looks great on that cover!!!
    I see the concern about the tattoos, a bit premature to obtain one.
    Hopefully Spielburg either likes it or gave some usable input. I can’t go through that weird feeling agin like I felt after ep1. I can’t.

    • Kenny Ritchie

      Chill. It’s gonna be epic.

    • TUD

      I still haven’t gotten my Jar-Jar tattoo removed. Oh the pain…

      • AuDiOsAnE

        The Jar Jar tat. The one thing that should’ve been CGI.

  • Minichimi

    I’ve seen crappy movies 3 times each…just to figure out how it could have been better, or to lie to myself that it actually was something great

    • Edgar Mellencamp

      Its gonna be great

      • Edgar Mellencamp

        Thats gonna be great

        • InglebertHumperdink1

          It’s gonna be great

    • Have Hope

      Matrix Revolutions my friend…Matrix Revolutions. Been there, and it’s been painful.

    • Patrick

      I hear ya, I watched Phantom Menace 7 times in the theaters during its release just to try to convince myself that it wasnt the schlock filled mess that it truly was

  • Bareth Tregassian

    Just remember Spielberg said bugger all to lucas 3 times and then went and made KOTCS with him.

    • Steven

      Yeah this is about as good as James Cameron greeting each Terminator with praise till they bomb.

      • Have Hope

        Yep.

  • Helge Kåre Fauskanger

    Two styles of direction:

    GEORGE LUCAS, 2001: “…. and CUT! That’s PERFECT, Hayden! Seems one take was enough, we’ll move on to the next scene.”

    [On set, Hayden Christensen feels very good about himself!]

    [Fans spend the next decades bemoaning Hayden’s wooden acting.]

    J.J. ABRAMS, 2014: “… and CUT! Sorry, Daisy, your acting is all wooden! Gotta try harder, girl! Reset for a new take!”

    [On set, Daisy Ridley is petrified, panicked, can’t breathe, thinks she’s gonna cry, etc. etc. The scene is reshot repeatedly, until there is … improvement.]

    [Fans spend the next decades thinking, “Wow, Daisy acted REALLY WELL in this movie.]

    • TUD

      True, true. JJ is an actor’s director, and from what I’ve seen, he’s really been able to get great performances out of the entire cast.

    • David Hunter

      Yep, that’s how it works. More than anything else George seemed to simply make the prequels in a highly lazy fashion, especially Ep 2 & 3. Just the minimal amount of effort. Stand still, sit still, green screen in everything in the background rather than mess about with locations and stunts etc. Hence why the films suck.

      • TUD

        Yep. He even had Cam A and Cam B so he could do every scene in one take and sip his coffee.

      • TurnerTC

        “Highly lazy fashion” in terms of the acting/direction, I agree. His true passion is technology/special effects and on that count the prequels were amazing – emotionally empty – but visually stunning.

        • system1988

          George felt betrayed by his age and times. He felt cheated, “imagine how awesome the OT would have been with 2005 special effects” he must have thought. He has said himself that as far as PT is concerned he wanted to tell the visual story he never got the chance to do so with the OT. I completely understand his reasoning. And remember, he insisted on Hayden being wooden all the time, Hayden has said so himself. I think George did that so that Vader would be remembered as Vader and not Anakin, but maybe I am defending Lucas now…

        • TUD

          Hahaha. “Visually stunning”. You’re funny.

        • Dennis Achterberg

          Visually stunning? Most of the green screen locations don’t even have shadows. There’s a huge difference in fidelity between the real sets, like the few on naboo, and the green screens.

          • Kicker2

            They put in shadows.

  • A Knight of Ren

    Mr Spielberg isn’t the only one who’ll see this movie at least 3 time. = P

    • Lord Phanatic “Wampa”

      3 times? 3 times won’t even break the ice for me!!!!

    • Luis Petrizzo Rengel

      Well, I will watch it twice!

  • GeekOut

    Daisy is so beautiful!

    • Have Hope

      Is she?

      Different strokes for different folks I guess.

      • Kicker2

        Maybe they should call you “Have No Hope” would be far more fitting to your Debbie Downer posts. I hear that Debbie Downer sound after I read them.

        • Have Hope

          So I am a Debbie Downer because I don’t find her beautiful? Not sure how that works.

          • Helge Kåre Fauskanger

            On that cover, her brows are over-emphasized, whether by make-up or photo-shopping. I like her appearance as “Rey”, though.

  • Padmé Starkiller
    • TUD

      No offense, but there’s already an article on this site all about that.

      • Padmé Starkiller

        Sorry, didn’t see it in the other articles. Was new to me.

        • TUD

          It’s fine.

    • Best trailer yet!

  • Ryan Jordan

    John and Daisy are up and coming actors so I’m enthusiastic to watch them in their roles through episodes 7-9. Each film should get more better as they grow up and learn a lot from directors and fellow castmates.
    They both look the part and there abilities as actors will only increase in my opinion. They both also seem to have pretty cool people in their inner circles and down to earth families so that can only help them perform as actors naturally.

  • Adavanter Mki

    Steven also helped create Indy 4… so I take his opinion with a grain of salt lol. Glad he seems to have liked it though.

    Also… that’s I think the third time I’ve heard someone say Daisey was a bit stiff. They all said she warmed up later but interesting nonetheless!

    • system1988

      I think it’s safe to say from all the footage we have seen so far that each scene must have been re-shooted like 10- 20 times untiil the actors felt more at ease. Rey doesn’t give any wooden vibe despite Daisy saying so. Thus I am sure that same scenes must have been filmed lot’s of times until JJ was happy with what he saw. The editing part took too much time, it was finished like 3 days ago for crying out loud! JJ may say it was for the rating the movie would get but i think this is bull, he was just looking for the golden nuggets the new actors seem to have had trouble giving at the first days of shooting. He must have had an enormous amount of material to work with and I am glad this movie will be if anything, polished!

      • Adavanter Mki

        I’m now worried at all. She seems great in interviews and the trailers. I guess I’m just surprised people have been so honest. They usually keep that stuff to themselves.

      • Your right. Clint Eastwood can knock out great films on first takes, but with this franchise, go the Kubrick/Scorsese route, takes until it’s perfect, then another one.

    • Have Hope

      I give Spielberg a pass on Indy 4, he was roped in by Lucas…his best friend.

      • Adavanter Mki

        You know what… I’ll grant you that. They have been good friends forever. Plus… I swear I remember reading that after George saw Jurassic Park he felt like he should make more Star Wars movies. If I recall he was uncertain and Ron Howard and Steven talked him into it.

        So it’s them we have to blame! Or… thank depending on your tastes :P

    • Kicker2

      I take everyone’s opinion with a grain of salt, but mine. I love it when people think an opinion is a fact just because it’s a consensus. Go back to school and learn the difference between fact and opinion. Subjective and objective. Film is art, it’s subjective. Not science.

    • Her facial expressions and screen presence in just the teasers alone has been impressive. I have a feeling this girl can act. She was just intimidated. She is British after all.

  • mabruno

    What caught my attention was Daisy saying people were getting Rey tatoos without knowing “what Rey is in the movie.” Is that an indication that Rey may be someone different from what most people expect ?

    • Dennis Achterberg

      It just tells that no one here has seen the movie and we are all just guessing.

    • Bingo. This and Boyega not sure about the fans reaction. Something is up.

    • Longstar

      I’m with you. There’s a twist in this movie. I’ve heard from many sources (wont get into how) that won’t get too into detail about anything from the movie, but claim theres an Empire Strikes Back twist in this film and that it is sickening or gut wrenching, and that’s all I got.

      I personally believe theres a great chance Rey gets seduced to the dark side. I remember hearing about Disney and Lucasfilm listening to the fans about having a major female villain, and I don’t think it’s Plasma. I think it’s highly unlikely, but the “rumor” I keep hearing is that the “twist” is shocking. Take it how you want.

  • Nightmeerkat

    I’m actually taking the “wooden” comment as a good sign. If JJ is capable enough to identify wooden acting and help the actors improve subsequent takes he’s already done a better job of directing people than George ever has.

  • Darth Vedder

    Something tells me this poor girl will be the next victim of the “Curse of Star Wars”.

    • Have Hope

      poor girl? do you know her?

      • Darth Vedder

        No. Do you?

        • Have Hope

          Nope….but why are you saying poor girl? She is going to be huge and famous and get lots of money. What is there to say “poor girl” for?

          • Darth Vedder

            That’s assuming Ridley and the film will succeed. There’s no guarantee that this will be the case. Fame is not kind to you when the only reason why you’re in the spotlight is because you’re hated by thousands of people.

            Think Jake Lloyd, Ahmed Best and/or Hayden Christensen love the “fame” that SW brought to their lives?

            • Have Hope

              Well then…let’s hope people love and like her then, which they already do. But just don’t put me in the camp who will give her a pass because “she is so sweet and beautiful”. She will get judged just like everyone else did. If she is great, she is great, if she is garbage, she is garbage.

  • Have Hope

    Two things:

    Spielberg said he cried tears of joy after Revenge of the Sith. So I think we need to take his review with a grain of salt.

    Second thing:

    Is this girl really the new star of Star Wars? Isn’t this supposed to be the classic story of the hero with the sword saving the princess?

    If so, just let me know, so I can take a pass on this.

    Thanks in advance.

    • Kicker2

      One more seat for me. :)

    • Kicker2

      I take everyone’s opinion with a grain of salt, but mine. I love it when
      people think an opinion is a fact just because it’s a consensus. Go
      back to school and learn the difference between fact and opinion.
      Subjective and objective. Film is art, it’s subjective. Not at all science.

    • Longstar

      Still abit funny people view ROTS as a terrible movie. IMO It’s the 3rd best Star Wars movie thus far. Alot of people cried when they saw Vader being created at the end, order 66 was emotional and the duels at the end were great.

      I think ROTS is better than ROTJ.

      • TUD

        Hahaha. You’re funny.

        • Longstar

          Thank you. Either way, It’s my opinion. I grew up on the Prequels, but prefer the OT, but I also don’t wear nostalgia goggles.

      • Adavanter Mki

        I always felt that it was a culmination of the PT’s sins. So I liked it the least. No need to drag out all the reasons… we’ve all been through that enough. At least so far we’ve joined together again with this new era!

        • NYJD21

          Its the most ‘disappointing’ of the prequels, but probably the best too. I don’t consider that a contradiction.

          It was the movie we wanted, just failed at living up to that expectation when it came down to the pivotal moment.

      • HM King Krappery of Kanine

        It isn’t. ROTJ is more fun, has better acting and more interesting characters, plus the space battle to end all space battles and the most important scene of all six films.

        ROTS is nonetheless the best of the prequels.

        • Longstar

          “It isn’t”

          That’s your opinion. You can’t change my mind. The hate of the prequels is lame in 2015. They’re inferior to the originals, most people agree with that, but there are people who enjoyed ROTS more than ROTJ. Stating your opinion as a fact doesn’t validate your opinion. Don’t tell me “it isn’t” theres no science behind it.

          • HM King Krappery of Kanine

            I never stated it as fact. I offered an argument as to why ROTJ is better.

            Jesus, don’t be so bloody sensitive.

            • Longstar

              I wasn’t sensitive. I just felt the need to point out that it’s just your opinion. In my initial post I said it was my opinion anyway, because I wasn’t trying to argue his points. But yeah whatever dude.

            • bushwickisbeautiful

              i respect that some people like it better than ROTJ. I didn’t. When Vader comes back, and says Noooooo in a little child voice that killed it for me. Another opportunity lost imo. I did like the final fight on the lava planet. you were the choosen one. that was well done. probably the most affective moment in the prequels. anyways i enjoy hearing both sides. its all opinion.

              • HM King Krappery of Kanine

                I agree with you.

      • Jeff mendelson

        No question. I completely concur! FWIW, IMHO, I think ROTS is the 2nd (or tied for 2nd) best film in the whole saga, behind ESB, and tied with, or just ahead of ANH… :). (ANH is a slightly better film than ROTJ)

        • Have Hope

          You are insane

      • Have Hope

        No….it isn’t. That obi-wan – anakin fight?

    • Adavanter Mki

      Why can’t a girl be the hero and save the dude/galaxy? You can’t seriously have a problem with that? Blows my mind guys don’t like kickass chicks. Beats the hell out of some sop who weeps in the corner waiting for saving.

      • HM King Krappery of Kanine

        I think that when you spend all your life in the basement getting angry on the internet and eating cheesy puff, it doesn’t allow for much time to experience women. I suspect that in turn means a male hero is more accessible.

        Yes, yes. A correct vision I have.

        • Have Hope

          That’s the lazy answer. A guy with the sword makes more sense since the beginning of time, we are the hunters and providers.

          • 999SickBoy666 .

            Oh, that explains it: you are completely stuck in prehistory. Well, good for you, but the world moved on.

          • andychrist

            while women with swords defended the home.

      • Longstar

        It’s odd. I’d love for a badass female hero and villain. I love me a tough independent chick, but hey… I’m not judging.

      • Have Hope

        What was wrong with Leia? She was great. A girl with the sword as the main hero is a bit cheesy.

    • HM King Krappery of Kanine

      Yes, it’s almost certain she’s the Skywalker, giving the way she has ultimately been at the top of the marketing tree.

      Why can’t the next Skywalker be a woman?

      • Have Hope

        Nothing against it, but the hero with the sword must be a man for it to make sense. Not being sexist, just realistic.

        • 999SickBoy666 .

          Nothing “realistic” here: that’s pure sexism.

          • Have Hope

            No….realistic. My mum is a woman, do i hate her?

            • Pendragon

              No one said you hate her, but it does seem to me like you look down on her. Reflect on your outlook of human beings and come back later, hopefully illuminated. Just because you’re sexist doesn’t mean you hate women or think women are trash, but that you see them as inferior or less capable than men in areas that are not absolutely defined by physique (such as certain competitive sports). It’s fine to say women have no place in boxing, it’s not fine to say women have no place being a hero.

              • Have Hope

                Thanks for insulting my country, appreciate it.

                And no….young boys should not be encouraged to be timid and emotional and young girls should not be encouraged to start punching and fighting people.

                Let me ask you this…the average woman on the street…would she go watch Star Wars over going on a shopping spree?

                • Pendragon

                  PAHAHAHAHAHA YOU’RE REALLY FROM SAUDI ARABIA?

                  • Have Hope

                    Ha….nope….I’m not. It’s a country in West Africa. But you are implying it’s a backwater country since I think men are the ones who should be doing the fighting.

                    • Pendragon

                      I don’t disagree that men are *more suitable* to fighting. There’s a reason many first world armies restrict women from serving in ground combat roles (though they are allowed to serve in tank divisions, support and the like). This is not an incorrect outlook. But you saying that women should be helpless and it’s the male’s job to rescue the women is medieval nonsense. Why can’t both the male and female be able to defend themselves?

                • Pendragon

                  Seriously though, your second paragraph is evasive because you’re telling two different genders to discourage two different negative activities. My question is, are you going to encourage young boys to punch and fight people and young girls to be timid and emotional?

                  And yes. Every single woman at my workplace without exception is going to see Star Wars.

                  • Have Hope

                    1. Not encouraging, but allowing to naturally gravitate to what comes organically to them.

                    2. Those women are going to see Star Wars because it’s the cool thing to do and there is finally a woman in the lead they can relate to.

                    • Pendragon

                      It doesn’t come “organically” to them. You seem to be confusing instincts with culture. It’s like saying murdering infidels comes organically to Muslims. Female instincts encourage building a family, and their hormones create attraction and a desire for visual appeal in order to gain attention, and branchingly so creates competitiveness with other females in this regard. None of the traits you mention are related to a girl’s biological mixup. It’s your fault if your girls are pussies because you baby them during childhood, whereas you tell your boys to man up.

                      Kindly do not make baseless assumptions about my coworkers. AFAIK, there are only two people in my office who know what the movie is about. Even the most diehard fans in my family aren’t checking a single news site or discussion board as to not be spoiled.

                    • Have Hope

                      haha….okay, dad.

            • 999SickBoy666 .

              I am not sure if you really don’t understand or you just pretend you don’t. In the remote chance that you really have such huge comprehension problems, let me clarify.

              You wrote “the hero with the sword must be a man for it to make sense”. <— Here, that's the sexist-and-not-realistic part.

              • Have Hope

                Because maybe by nature men are more physical beings and women are more emotional ones? You do realize that MOST women don’t care about star wars or any of this stuff…you do realize that.

                • 999SickBoy666 .

                  I hardly realize that since it was my mother that showed me the OT when I was 6 years old (I was born in the 1983) and the first box-set I’ve ever had I “stole” from my aunt (while my father was never particularly into SW). Not to mention that my wife is, if possible, even more of a SW fan than I am.

                  • Have Hope

                    How are they fans? Most likely, like a few women i know, they are casual fans but not REALLY into it.

                    • 999SickBoy666 .

                      Not REALLY into it? L0L.

                      My wife plays KotOR 1 & 2 even more than I do – and that’s not to mention my mother who, since she found out a new SW movie was coming out – has been asking me about spoilers and discussing theories with me to the point that I actively try to avoid the subject with her (oh, and she’s also doing a SW marathon on her own, despite her new husband not caring for SW at all).

                      Dude, you really live in you own, messed up reality.

                • Pendragon

                  I think it’s you who is unaware that the amount of men and women who watch Star Wars is almost evenly split.

                  • Have Hope

                    That is a complete lie. Impossible that it’s evenly split. It’s a fantasy that people have come up with with is folly.

                    • Pendragon

                      ……………………….

                      Box office demographics do not lie. If you think they do, I have no more to say.

                    • Have Hope

                      Where is this info? And maybe they are going because it’s the thing to see?

        • HM King Krappery of Kanine

          A woman can’t use a sword? Oh, for crying out loud. What about all those female Jedi in the prequels?

          • Have Hope

            You made a mistake….you mentioned the prequels.

        • andychrist

          nicely ignoring all the women with swords who beat men with swords in history

          • Have Hope

            Am i?

    • Kenny Ritchie

      Well, judging by the IMAX poster, and the fact that a significant amount of the soundtrack is dedicated to Rey, it’s a sure thing the movie is built round here:

      2. The Scavenger

      3. I Can Fly Anything

      4. Rey Meets BB-8

      5. Follow Me

      6. Rey’s Theme

      7. The Falcon

      8. That Girl with the Staff

      14. The Abduction

      22. Farewell and the Trip

      • Have Hope

        So i guess it’s a pass….

        • Kenny Ritchie

          You should be more open minded, especially as it’s the most anticipated movie of all time.

          • Have Hope

            Oh no, thanks, but I know what I like and what I don’t like. So no point in wasting the trip. We can’t force ourselves to like stuff we don’t like.

            Little “pretty girls” killing anything and everything with a sword just doesn’t do it for me.

            • Kenny Ritchie

              Your prejudice is rather outdated. Sad!

              • Have Hope

                Not prejudice. I just know what works and what doesn’t.

                • Kenny Ritchie

                  Putting your sexism aside, what difference would it make to the movie if Rey’s character was recast as male of similar age and ability?

                  • Have Hope

                    When the hero fights, jumps, swing the sword will look more believable. Because men are just naturally more physical creatures than women.

                    • 999SickBoy666 .

                      AHAHAHAHAHAH – oh, you’re unbelievable. You have exactly no idea of who a woman really is, buddy.

                    • Kenny Ritchie

                      Without even seeing the movie and Rey in action, you’ve already written her off based on your preconceived bigoted view. Rey is obviously very strong in the force, and has had to learn to defend herself growing up in the harsh male dominated Jakku environment. During this time, she has become very proficient in the use of the staff. Obviously this does not register with you, as you believe the fairer sex are beneath you.

                    • Have Hope

                      I have seen the footage and she just does not come across as convincing as Obi-Wan or Luke. Is that so hard to comprehend?

                    • Rebekah Joy Helvie

                      Apparently you’ve never heard of Ronda Rousey or Holly Holm, to name just two of the women who have been in the spotlight recently.

                    • Have Hope

                      Nope…never heard of them.

                • Darth Vedder

                  So says someone who’s actually comparing He-Man to the work of one J.R.R. Tolkien.

        • The Original Drew #BAEROD

          Something tells me that you’re completely full of shit. First off, if you’re on this blog you know/known what’s happening for months if not years with this movie. So pretending to be shocked by this news 20 days before the film opens is nonsense. You just needed an excuse to get vent your hate on others because you can’t get out of your moms basement. Seriously go stand into on coming traffic and don’t move.

          • 999SickBoy666 .

            It’s also the fourth or fifth time, in a matter of months, that @Have Hope basically asked the same question about “is Rey going to be the lead character in TFA?”, complaining every single time and whining that he won’t go to see the movie because blahblahblah the male hero blahblah.

            And then again, I have this weird feeling he will be first in line no matter what, if only for a chance to speak ill about a movie he decided not to like without having even seen it.

    • The Original Drew #BAEROD

      Hate women much?

      • Have Hope

        How can I hate women? Unless i hated all those girlfriends, my mum, sisters, cousins, aunts…you get the picture. And they would agree with me.

        • 999SickBoy666 .

          But it’s pretty clear that your butt is hurting a lot over the fact that a girl is going to be the main character of the new trilogy – hurting so much, actually, that it leads you to the point of saying things like that “hero with a sword saving the princess” comment, which really has nothing to do with SW whatsover.

          • Have Hope

            Star Wars IS the hero with the sword. That is why it became so famous. If it was a lady with the sword….not as successful.

            • 999SickBoy666 .

              SW became so famous because the themes it conveys are so universal, the tale is so iconic and the moral choices and the emotional places the characters ends up facing and addressing, relates with pretty much everybody.

              Exactly *nothing* to do with the hero being male.

              • Have Hope

                Wrong. Those were important, but it appealed to young boys who wanted to be like Luke.

                • 999SickBoy666 .

                  As a young boy I didn’t really care to “be like Luke” or Han or any of the other character, actually. I liked overall, I got ‘hooked’ of the kind of emotions and feeling those movies gave me – and, besides, “young boys” were a part, of SW success, granted, but definitely not the only reason.

                  • Have Hope

                    The young boys were one of the main reasons. Who do you think bought all the toys and merchandise? Lucas wanted to create a young man’s fantasy.

                    And let’s be real, you wanted to be like Luke or Han….not Leia or C3-PO

                    • 999SickBoy666 .

                      I actually felt way more intrigued by C-3PO, for years.

                • Darth Vedder

                  Lol. Going by your line of thinking, I guess boys have been wanting to be like Hobbits since the late 30s!

                  • Have Hope

                    Are Hobbits as heroic as He-Man? Batman? Superman?

                    • Darth Vedder

                      No. Hobbits are FAR MORE heroic than ANY comic book superhero. That’s precisely the point of heroism: rising to the occasion and defeating seemingly insurmountable odds despite your shortcomings.

                      But that’s got nothing to do with this. The point is that Tolkien’s main heroes aren’t even human, and obviously his work is as big as Star Wars. That’s irrefutable proof right there that SW can work perfectly well with a female lead, if that’s the direction where the ST is going.

                    • Have Hope

                      We shall see…

                    • Darth Vedder

                      We’ve been seeing it with Tolkien for nearly a century, kid. But if you seriously need to rely on comic book superheroes (and a LAME TV show’s main character in He-Man) when I speak of fantasy/fiction at its finest (Tolkien, SW) then you have a lot to learn about what goes into good storytelling. And I do mean a LOT.

            • The Original Drew #BAEROD

              You’re not only a misogynist but you clearly don’t understand themes in storytelling for shit.

              • Have Hope

                No…don’t be cowardly and just label me a misogynist. Actually debate constructively.

                • 999SickBoy666 .

                  Why shouldn’t he? Misogynism is exactly the only thing that emerges from your post.

                • The Original Drew #BAEROD

                  What’s cowardly is how you’re afraid that just because the main character is a girl, you think it automatically ruined a movie that you haven’t even seen yet. It drives you to come to these forums over months at a time to stand on your soap box and spew hate. Me calling you a misogynist, is calling a spade a spade. There is nothing to debate.

                  • Have Hope

                    I’m not afraid. Just saying, it’s not something I would watch if this is a Mary Sue kind of political kind of film of how women can do everything. I watch films for creativity, not politics.

                    • 999SickBoy666 .

                      Pal, it really pains me to break this to you (and I’m not ironic) but, considering the kind of ideas you keep expressing, this franchise isn’t for you. It has never been: you so blatantly missed the point of those movies, and the very themes they embrace, that I feel you should really look elsewhere.

                      And it pains me, because SW is something that most people should be able to enjoy – but, as I said before, you’re so stuck in the past that you don’t even understand what you’ve been watching.

                    • The Original Drew #BAEROD

                      Spoiler Alert! Women can do everything, they can even vote! It’s amazing! There are men everywhere else in this movie. Finn, Poe, Kylo, Han, Chewie, Luke, Snoke, Hux. Having a single women being the one of the main characters isn’t making a political statement.

    • 999SickBoy666 .

      “Star Wars” was *never* about “the hero with the sword saving the princess”. In both trilogies the princess/queen actually ends up saving herself and/or saving the heroes, several times.

      • Have Hope

        it’s about the hero with the sword

        • 999SickBoy666 .

          “The sword” has very little to do with the whole thing, since SW is basically a classical moral tale (good vs. evil) and the sword fights (especially in the OT) are just a mean to emphasize the ongoing moral (end emotional) conflict.

          It’s a coming of age/hero journey kind of tale, and the “hero” (or heroes) can perfectly be a woman or a girl.

          Really, you are in the wrong franchise, pal.

          • Have Hope

            Nope. They are messing with the foundation to purely $ell out.

            • 999SickBoy666 .

              Sorry, pal, that’s not how it is: you clearly have a very clouded idea of what SW is really about so, once again, I believe you are in the wrong franchise.

            • andychrist

              boudica , joan of arc , anne bonny , calamity jane , hua mulan , catherine of aragon , the amazons , …. even zena and buffy..

              grow up

              • Have Hope

                Buffy….did you just say…buffy?

                • NYJD21

                  Buffy is one of the great sci-fi/fantasy characters of the past 30 years, dating back to Leia herself, but she so happens to be the lead hero.

                  • Have Hope

                    Again…..BUFFY?! Please don’t put her in the same category as Leia

                    • NYJD21

                      Hmm….lead character of a hugely successful television series that even spawned a spin-off? Pretty damn successful. You’re out of touch.

  • I have to doubt Spielberg saw it three times because he liked it so much he wanted to watch it again (and again). Spielberg and Abrams are friends and occasional collaborators; I think Abrams probably wanted Spielberg’s opinion while he was cutting.

    • TUD

      Yeah. He’s probably seen three different cuts of the film.

    • HM King Krappery of Kanine

      JJ said the other day that it’s still not completely finished. Maybe Spielberg helped out i the same way he did on ROTS.

    • NYJD21

      That’s a good thing.

  • origonalname112

    I’m sure the ladies are tired of hearing guys say how pretty she is, but holy crap, man. And the important thing is that she isn’t just a generic super model. She’s unique. I hope star wars doesn’t overshadow the rest of her career the way it kind of has for Mark Hamill.

    • Kicker2

      She’s getting in at a totally different time than when Mark Hamill did. Mark’s voiceover work as The Joker is his crown jewel next to Luke Skywalker.

      • Patrick

        Lest you forget his iconic role as the Cock-Knocker in “Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back”? For shame ;)

    • Adavanter Mki

      Most of the cast of the PT escaped Star Wars. Look at Portman. She won an Oscar. Really only Hayden kind of fell off… and they gave him like 2 or 3 chances after Star Wars. Jumper (which I liked) that weird surgery movie… and some bank heist movie.

    • Have Hope

      thanks for that

    • NYJD21

      If Hamill hadn’t destroyed his face on a motorcycle, he might have had a different career trajectory.

  • Death star 49

    Is it just me but with this magazine cover with her eyebrows she looks like well the eyebrows look like Cara Delevingne

    • Craig Burt

      You’re right there, she does look a bit different here. On the Jimmy Kimmel videos she looked normal and pretty. Maybe they gave here too much makeup or the lighting is a bit unfavourable.

      • Patrick

        Or perhaps they let little Billy with the protective helmet have “fun time” in Photoshop … those caterpillars he pasted on her forehead are awfully cute. awww

      • Have Hope

        …………….

    • Longstar

      I thought it was Russel Brand in a dress when I first saw it. No lie.

    • Have Hope

      might just be you….i think, not sure

    • NYJD21

      Photoshop and makeup artists running wild.

      SMH.

  • Have Hope

    So i guess young boys have to root for Poe or Finn then….

    • 999SickBoy666 .

      And why would that be? As far as I know, one can root for a character regardless of its gender, ethnicity, age or sexual otientation.

      • Have Hope

        So young boys should want to be like Rey more than Poe and Finn?

        Are you being serious or just joking?

        • 999SickBoy666 .

          No, I am perfectly serious and I didn’t write about what or who anyone *should* want to be. I said that *anyone* can relate to a character regardless of gender or other discriminating factors.

          • Dee

            Don’t need to bother with @Have Hope. He is quite rigid in his thinking. It’s seems to be either black or white with him whereas in reality as he likes to say, grey areas exists much more than the rest.

            • 999SickBoy666 .

              You are perfectly right, of course: it’s a fault of mine that I have a huge problem with the kind of thought he express.

        • NYJD21

          Pretty sure most of us would have loved to have the ability and courage of Starbuck played by Katee Sackoff, or even the balls of Princess Leia herself.

          • Have Hope

            No….we wouldn’t

            • 999SickBoy666 .

              Learn to speak for yourself – and yourself ONLY, pal: I totally would aspire to what @nyjd21:disqus wrote and, most definitely, you don’t speak on behalf of the whole fandom.

    • Graceless

      Okay, I have to reply to this. As a female Star Wars fan from a young age (I remember wanting a lightsaber for my seventh birthday– and I got it from my dear brother) running around the house wanting to be Padmé Amidala, wanting to read about Jaina Solo, and being over the moon that Leia was a Jedi, if you want to dare tell me that women aren’t into Star Wars, think again.

      I have been the most into it in my family, where I actually screamed in joy at the final trailer. Maybe we are emotional, but you have no idea how much us ladies would like to have a female Jedi that isn’t in the background of Attack of the Clones or is only on TV.

      Get over your sexism, because we females exist. We love Star Wars. If you have to be so sexist that you can’t see a female wielding a lightsaber, I would like to introduce you to my little friends: Mara Jade Skywalker, Tahiri Veila, Jaina Solo, and Tenel Ka Djo. Please try to remain respectful. :)

      • MD

        I have 37 years old, i respect your opinion Graceless but please understand that other woman can have a slight different opinion too ;) While the girls went shopping, i collected all things Star Wars from coins to sticks from Cornflakes since i was 14! I went to the 1995 original trilogy special edition release with my lightsaber and buns and yet i never rooted for a Jedi female. What i’m interested is in seeing good stories, no matter their gender, and if it’s about representation then make them classy woman as Leia, Strong and not needing to weild a lightsaber like a man, just to proove anything! If they are a jedi ok, if not ok too! Actually Mara Jade was my first disapointment in Star Wars not the prequels. She seemed too way an marvel superhero, but that’s my opinion and i hope you can understand it too;)

        • Graceless

          Oh, that’s absolutely fine. I’m not saying that we female Star Wars fans all think that way, I’m just merely pointing out my own experiences to highlight the fact that we exist. I’d like to give an air-five to you because ladies need to stick together. Of course I want these characters developed right and their stories to be good. Just merely putting out a female perspective out of a lot of men arguing over this.

          • MD

            We do exist! High five to you too!! We do! ;) I’m with you! I’m liking Rey very much, and Finn, and Poe…and Kylo Ren, their stories seem very well created and the characters all very strong wise :) I think Kasdan has nailed it :) *team gilrs love Star Wars too* :D

            • Graceless

              Yes! I can’t wait for the movie. They are hinting at wonderful stories, and I just want epic, but I know I’ll love it even if it’s closer to the quality of the prequels.

        • Have Hope

          Thank you! Some sense! Leia was a great character who had the force but did not need to be a superhero with a lightsaber.

          So if they make Rey the jedi with a lightsaber who can do everything, then is that now a victory?

          It’s about what works and not some dumb agenda.

          • Graceless

            It would just be nice to have Rey as a Jedi, not one who can do everything. Just 1 main female Jedi in the films. Is that too much to want?

            • Have Hope

              Well if they make her and the guy as well, then fine. But if she is the only, sole hero….I’m not sure how it works apart from being an agenda.

              • Graceless

                I never said that she had to be THE hero, I just wanted a female Jedi. Finn I believe will be one as well, and I’ve personally got an eye on Poe because I believe our new trio will have all Force-sensitives this time around.

                I’m going to quote John Booyega here on his Instagram after the final trailer released- “We broke the internet. . . How’s that agenda doing?”

              • TonyMC

                You’re making it a agenda. Look at them as characters, not as gender. Half your problem right there. Sounds like you have trouble accepting females in lead roles. Which is worse than whitewashing mind you. So you must have thought Alien, Wizard of Oz, and Kill Bill sucked right cause a female was a lead role? Argument makes no sense.

                • Have Hope

                  You can’t be serious. So the way poor white women have suffered and have been treated is worse than whitewashing? You’re deluded.

                  • TonyMC

                    Your words not mine. I never said that. Again you assume and you’re delusional.

          • Dee

            1st of all…. TFA has not even has its premiere and you’re already saying Rey can do everything….Then you must have seen TFA already to know everything.
            All i can say the world is changing. It’s like Apple used to attract fanboys with Macintosh but now? Apple is already catering to female market with pink phones. Even Aston Martin, an old school Brit car manufacturer is starting to target women buyers.
            Women are now considered to match the purchasing power in consumer tech. If Disney cannot catch up with such trend, its gonna be looking at other people’s butt soon. In reality, as much as you say you want your boy fantasy to come true. It is not possible to cater to your every whim. And as a woman, i hated twilight. Never watched even a single twilight movie though i did watch the 1st Hunger game movie. Lol, but hey! when i was there, there is alot more guys than girls in the movie theatre. So you can’t really say it’s a female thing.

            • Have Hope

              So basically you are saying it’s a smart business decision to cater to women. Forego all creativity, just get the female buyer involved?

              • 999SickBoy666 .

                Appealing to a larger market is in no way in contrast with “creativity” – actually, if anything, it allows for MORE creativity.

          • TonyMC

            None of them were superheros. They are characters that have vulnerabilities, strengths and weaknesses.

            What if Rey is similar to Luke? A person with a lightsaber and the force is strong with her, but not a jedi at first. It’s not some dumb agenda, but you’re trying too hard to make it look like some dumb agenda.

        • TonyMC

          It’s interesting reading this opinion cause A LOT of movies with female leads have great story and not about gender issues. Explain to me the movie we all know as Alien, Aliens, Wizard of OZ, Kill Bill, Silence of the Lambs, Zero Dark Thirty? These movies had good stories, no matter their gender, classy woman, strong and wield many weapons. The flaw in your argument is Leia had a lot to prove other than wielding a lightsaber, that’s why she never held a lightsaber in the first place, it wasn’t require for her story. Your argument is just as bad as whitewashing.

      • Have Hope

        Okay, I NEED to reply to this.

        I am not saying you are not a fan, but you are in a serious minority of those who are Star Wars fans.

        It’s primarily a young boy’s fantasy of taking the sword, saving the princess and the galaxy by defeating the evil.

        So don’t say I am being sexist, but please say that I am being realistic. Women won’t flock to see Star Wars unless it is changed into a hybrid of Twilight and Hunger Games, then it’s no longer Star Wars but something else entirely.

        Those fans who eagerly await every bit of info, are on the boards, conventions and talk about this stuff for hours are mostly dudes of a certain age, and that’s just a fact that people just don’t want to accept.

        • 999SickBoy666 .

          As I proved you times and times again in previous comments, it is you who are wrong: starting with the fact that, the more I think about it, the more I realize that sci-fi (in general) and SW in particuar are way stronger with the women side of my family than with the males.

          Also here some very important considerations for you:
          1) Being on a forum like this one and actively searching for every bits of detail doesn’t make one more of a fan than someone who doesn’t;
          2) This kind of movies are NOT made for the uber-fans or even for the “normal” fans: they are geared toward the regular moviegoers (and rightfully so);
          3) The reason why there are fewer women, on forum such as this, has way more to do with the “male geek” mentality that you, oh so perfectly, incarnate than with the fact that they care less than you do.

          So, once again, I’m sorry pal but you are not being realistic: you are being sexist and shallow.

          • Have Hope

            You can’t call yourself a true fan if you don’t come onto forums like this, you don’t talk about Star Wars daily, and you don’t eagerly await and discuss every tidbit of information.

            You need to be one of those three things.

            Very few women are true fans of star wars, but quite a few are casual. They will go watch it and leave to carry on with their life.

            Your family I guess is a rarity.

            • 999SickBoy666 .

              Being a “true fan” has nothing to do with any of the stuff you just wrote.
              So I guess you can now add “elitarism” to your sexism and overall shallowness.

              • Have Hope

                You mean “elitism”.

                And I’m sorry, but the truth speaks for itself. Feel free to deny it, but it will eventually come back to haunt you.

                • 999SickBoy666 .

                  Yes, my bad, I used the italian root for the word – it doesn’t, however, affect the fact that you are in no way holder of the truth in the matter and that your attempt to say what makes a “true” fan is, at best, shallow and pointless.

                • TonyMC

                  Reading your comments are very subjective, judgmental and have no substance. Your explanations are based on your own experience, reasoning and not of the general population. You believe these things, it don’t mean they’re true. You’re not a realist, cause a realist adapts logically to the changes of society within reasoning. You don’t want to adapt to the ideals of equality, but more of primitive/barbaric ideals. What a silly and petty argument by you.

            • Graceless

              The casual are still important. Representation matters. That’s why we have Finn and Rey. Let me address something- I know plenty of Star Wars fans on the internet that are female. Most of the Fanfiction writers are female, as well as the book-readers. I can even direct you to blogs. Hell, Mia from the Princess Diaries loved Star Wars, Ashely Ecklestein does, and BUFFY does. They don’t interact with you because you make it hard for them to interact with you.

              My family is a rarity, but not in the way that you think, since I have radical parents. Hunger Games was popular because there was a strong FEMALE hero. I find it offensive that you all women like Twilight, because I’m pretty sure that was spawned by a Faustian bargain, but never mind that.

              Excuse me if you find my comments offensive, but I just want to remind you that we are out there, and we’re tired of being shoved to the bottom.

              • NYJD21

                And the best recent canon work IMO has been done by female writers: Claudia Grey and Christine Golden’s books were fan-fraking-tastic,

              • Have Hope

                You are not being shoved to the bottom, but this new trend of women having to be in EVERYTHING…where does this leave films like Predator, Commando and Rambo? What about films geared to us guys, so we have heroes to look up to and aspire to be?

                • 999SickBoy666 .

                  What people look up to and aspire to be is moral values, behavior and choices – it has nothing to do with what a character has between the legs.

                  • Have Hope

                    So a boy should want to be a girl with a staff or lightsaber

                    • 999SickBoy666 .

                      A boy can be inspired by Rey’s actions, by her choices, her courage and moral standing just as much as he could be inspired by Luke’s (or any other character, really).

                    • Dee

                      @Have Hope is probably from the bible belt or the last era. He has such dated thinking!!!

                    • Have Hope

                      But a boy can’t identify with a woman moreso than being a man. Because women and men…sorry to break it to you…are biologically different.

                    • TonyMC

                      But a human can’t identify with a human more so than being a human. Biologically different in gender is true, but not as a species. Sorry to break it to you.

                • Dee

                  Ermmm your james bond? Forever Mission Impossible? The martian? Oh and the Marvels? Avengers? Captain America? Iron man? Batman? Superman? Oh man….. You don’t really watch the movies don’t you?

                  • Have Hope

                    Have you seen the amount of films that will now have female leads? Keep up with movie news.

                    • Dee

                      Dude…. Have you seen the statistics? That is only like 3 out of 10 movies… It’s only because the top action female movie are bombarding the public with marketing. It clouded your presumption. Disney probably spent more on marketing than on the movie itself.

      • Tabanstein

        Hey everybody!!! We are all equal in this forum, on the internet and as star wars fans. There is no race or sex within this community. We are ALL Fans!!!! Hardcore or not! So lets all keep the conversation about Star Wars.

  • DailyPlunge

    70% of Star Wars ticket buyers are men. Disney isn’t stupid. If they want to grow this franchise they need more women to watch. Even before Lucas sold Star Wars to disney it was a safe bet to assume if they ever made more films the central character would be female.

    If this bothers you for some reason. Get a life.

    • Graceless

      Wow. You are drowning in it. I don’t know if this has occurred to you, but little girls are very easy to market to. Put the female character on just about anything, and they’ll want it badly. Hell, I’ll want it badly. Again, little Star Wars fans that are girls exist, and I know that they want to have a Jedi that’s their gender on the big screen for once. I did, and I’m just sad that it’s over for me. I’m going to the theater in my Rey costume, that’s for sure.

      You say that I have no life if this bothers me. Hm, I think that you make blanket statements to try and back up your argument, which I find disturbing. The fact that you go around saying this suggests that you are a little petty. If you want to watch a story about a man, watch the OT and most of the movies ever made. Enjoy.

      • DailyPlunge

        Um…. reading comprehension isn’t your thing is it?

        • Graceless

          Sorry, let me make myself clearer. I was trying to point out that the fan base can be expanded. While men are into Star Wars currently, I’m saying that Disney can market it to girls and add diversity. I’m sorry if that feels like I lack reading comprehension, I’m just trying to put my opinion out there as eloquently as possible. I apologize for the comment on pettiness, that was mean and petty within itself. Excuse my feminist attitudes.

          • DailyPlunge

            That was my original point. You called me petty for making your point.

            • Graceless

              My apologies. Maybe it was the inference implied, with that men are more sellable than women that stuck out to me as saying that there had to be a main male character rather than having a heroine save the day. I’m sorry I called you that, it was uncalled for, and I only hope you’ll forgive me.

      • Have Hope

        Awww….because women have been so put down? How man black or asian leads are there in films?

        Please, there are more than enough female leads around.

        • 999SickBoy666 .

          Ok, you definitely live in a fantasy world.

    • Have Hope

      Yes, so in short they are selling out. Using the “sex appeal” to appeal to the dudes. Let them fantasize, and just capitalize on that.

      Great. I yearn for the days where it was creativity first, second and last.

      • 999SickBoy666 .

        “Creativity” is not the issue, here. You are trying to be sexist and, really, this fandom doesn’t need people like you :-) at all.

      • DailyPlunge

        The Star Wars series has been “selling out” since 1977.

    • origonalname112

      Even putting politics and feminism aside, a female lead is more interesting after we’ve seen six movies with predominately male casts and male protagonists. A female protagonist adds contrast.

      And it isn’t a leap to assume women will identify more with a woman character than a man.

      • DailyPlunge

        There are million stories that can be told. Not sure having a female lead makes it more interesting. A good story is a good story, but just for a money making angle movies like Hunger Games have proven that having a female lead will increase sales.

        • GeekFurious

          I’m sure. Having a female lead makes it more interesting to everyone except a few super angry bigots.

          • DailyPlunge

            It’s only more interesting if it’s a good story. Ultimately, that’s all that matters.

        • origonalname112

          It gives the series symmetry. A guy last time, a girl this time. It’s different. A bad story’s a bad story no matter who it’s about.

  • Davie D

    I’m happy to hear that JJ said her performance was wooden the first day. That means that, unlike Lucas, he can tell the good acting from bad, spot it out, and help with it. That’s what a good director will do.

  • Notorious SL Snoak aka Grant

    Spielberg also made The Lost World and Indy 4.

  • Andy Connor

    James Cameron said Terminator Genysis wouldn’t disappoint and he started it…
    ….

  • Eliot Lytle

    Holy God give me strength. Her smile is a killer. If she pulls this off she’s gonna be a legend.

    • origonalname112

      Those dimples man. I mean jeez.

  • Mark

    It could also mean that he’s seen three different edits to give suggestions, etc. Who knows?