The 32-year-old actress played Rose Tico in the sequel to the science fiction saga and while she takes great pride in being part of the galaxy far, far away, she has no consideration for reprisals as Rose in any new movie or film pulled spin-off series.
In an interview with The Telegraph, she said, “I honestly haven’t thought about it at all. I think Star Wars was a strange feverish dream. I dont know. But I didn’t get that call. “
Although Kelly played a major role as Rose in Rian Johnson’s “Star Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi,” in which she undertook an important resistance mission with Finn, played by John Boyega, she saw her character in JJ Abram’s “Final Chapter” Marginalized. Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker ‘.
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Boyega, 28, previously criticized Disney and LucasFilm for bringing their white castmates to the fore while getting Finn and Rose out of the way, but Kelly thinks it is a “complicated” situation involving “unconscious prejudice” could include.
When asked if she agreed with John, she said, “It’s complicated. ‘Star Wars’ is such a cultural touchstone, and I feel that the things that happen in these worlds are really important …
“I think unconscious prejudices are very difficult to measure, even though we are getting better. I think what you make of it depends on your experience – what can you see? And we have to realize that we all see the world through very specific lenses. “
Actress “Raya and the Last Dragon” – whose parents are Vietnamese – admitted that she never thought acting was a “realistic” career choice for her, and she doesn’t like to think about the “pressure” of someone from her heritage according to who plays a prominent role.
She said, “I do my best not to think about the pressure.
“When you start dissecting it, what it all means can get a little heavy on your head.
“I mean, I almost didn’t have an acting career because I didn’t think it was realistic. Even after Star Wars and Raya, sometimes I still don’t. That’s just the truth. “