From his British GQ interview. http://www.gq-magazine.co.uk/article/adam-driver-star-wars-the-last-jedi
“You have, also, the hidden identity of this princess who’s hiding who she really is so she can survive and Kylo Ren and her hiding behind these artifices,” Driver says, apparently dropping a massive revelation about Rey’s royal origins.
Even if not meant to be taken literally and it’s just a poor choice of words on Adam’s part to call Rey a princess, it at least suggests that there’s a lot more to Rey than she lets on. That she very much knows who she is, where she comes from and is purposely deceiving others to protect herself and perhaps her family.
That would confirm what I believe: that Kylo and Rey are brother and sister.
Eh… It’s a Disney thing all female leads are princesses. Jk good thing he’s already shown his face they may of Prowse’ed him for spilling the beans.
Massive leek if it can be trusted.
As it is not the full article, maybe we should wait for the full interview.
When it comes to SW, I will always abide by the words of Obi-Wan: ‘everything depends on your point of view.’
Do we know of any kings or queens she could be descended from?
I believe that the magazine was supposed to be out by now…
Adam Driver could have just meant a princess like character. Princesship in Star Wars could come from Mandalorians, Emperors, Or Naboo.
Whatever the outcome of the quote it was intentional. He didn’t say anything by accident and was probably directed to drop that comment by LF.
@starkiller I agree, again context is important as we don’t know the question that was asked nor the full answer he gave.
Had he spoiled anything, Disney would have done anything to hush it up.
Mandalorians never had princesses! Only warriors
Revan I know Mandalore never had a Princess title but they do have Rulers and Clan leaders. We Dutchess Satine and her sister Bo Katara, and then there is Ersa Wren Sabine’s Mom and the leader of clan Wren. Just a few examples of royalty bloodlines there. I wouldn’t say the Rey is Mandalorian though.
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