Disney Reveals New Rey Skywalker Dialogue Post-Sequel Trilogy

Daisy Ridley as Rey Skywalker in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker
Credit: Lucasfilm | Disney | Screenshot from official Star Wars YouTube

Daisy Ridley as Rey Skywalker in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker
Credit: Lucasfilm | Disney | Screenshot from official Star Wars YouTube

We're still a couple of years away from Rey Skywalker's return to the Star Wars franchise but Disney has apparently released new material featuring actress Daisy Ridley's voice.

A new collectible from Disney offers fans new dialogue from the divisive Jedi following the events of the sequel trilogy.

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Star Wars: New Rey Skywalker Dialogue Featuring Daisy Ridley Revealed by New Disney Collectible

A YouTuber got his hands on the latest wave of kyber crystals released in Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge at Disney World and Disneyland, featuring Rey's first dialogue in the aftermath of The Rise of Skywalker.

The said crystals, when combined with new Holocrons offer fans new dialogue from both the Jedi and the Sith.

While this doesn't necessarily reveal anything about Rey's future, it certainly gives us an idea of her vision and where her mind is at the moment. Check out the full dialogue below:

“When I met Luke Skywalker, I offered him his lightsaber and he tossed it away. But the Force doesn’t always make things easy. So you keep trying, that’s all you can do.”

“I came from something evil. Sometimes I still want to run from that. But I have learned there are things stronger than blood and that the smallest light can push back the deepest darkness.”

“I’m Rey, Rey Skywalker.”

“Maybe you’ve heard. I’m all the Jedi. So I’ve got that going for me.”

“Luke Skywalker was my master. So was his sister Leia. And her son, Ben, gave his life for me. I took the Skywalker name to honor them and their legacy.”

“The Force is so much bigger than any creed, any philosophy, anything that can fit in a bunch of books. Master Skywalker taught me that in his first lesson on Ahch-To. I knew right away I’d never forget it. That I’d never be the same.”

“I grew up in the desert and yet every night I dreamt of an island. A tiny dot in an endless sea. I saw it so clearly. But I never imagined it might be real. Real. And waiting for me.”

“Ben was right about letting go of the past. But not about killing it. My task is to make something new. Not by killing the past but by building on all that’s good in it.”

“The early Jedi sought to bind the galaxy’s wounds. They looked at what was broken and saw how to fix it. When I read that I thought, ‘Well, I’m good at that already.’”

“I’ve studied the sacred texts of the Jedi. Do you know what the most important pages are? It’s the blank ones left at the end because those ancient teachers knew the lessons weren’t finished and never could be.”

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One fan asked if the new dialogue is connected to the New Jedi Order film but the YouTuber was quick to point out that it was planned and recorded over two years ago, so the chances of it dictating what happens in Rey's next galactic journey are quite slim.

Star Wars' New Jedi Order film is currently slated to hit cinemas in late 2026.

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