With that said, he has recently delved into the future of the series, which supposedly includes a reboot of the series following TROS.
He said the next part of Rey’s story will be told in an animated TV show which will use advanced CGI, similar to that seen in Star Wars video games The Old Republic and Battlefront 2, and will retcon some aspects of TROS, including why she took the Skywalker name.
However, Zeroh said Ridley will not reprise her role as the voice or likeness for Rey and will instead be replaced by Knightley for the animated outing.
She also had a small part in Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace as Padme’s (Natalie Portman) decoy.
Zeroh said the “concept” of Rey Skywalker will be changed dramatically in this series, with “many aspects” of her character being rewritten.
He said in a video which was released earlier this month: “Daisy will be replaced as Rey Skywalker in the planned sequel series, where Lucasfilm has chosen Keira Knightley to lend her voiceover work and facial scans to portray the character of Rey in animated form.
“Daisy wants nothing to do with Star Wars anymore since she herself had issues with [Lucasfilm president] Kathleen Kennedy.”
It is important to note that last year Ridley commented on her potential return to the Star Wars universe.
In a video last month Zeroh revealed how the show would follow Rey and her child, whom she had with Kylo Ren / Ben Solo (Adam Driver).
He said Rey’s son – Cade Skywalker – would be played by Garrett Hedlund of Tron: Legacy fame.
Cade was originally a character in the Star Wars Extended Universe before it was rendered non-canon by Disney in 2013.
The YouTuber added that Kylo Ren didn’t die in The Rise of Skywalker, but instead had his soul infused with Rey’s.
This odd turn of events will supposedly go on to allow Rey to become pregnant, continuing the Skywalker bloodline.
Meanwhile, Zeroh has also claimed another series will be coming to Disney Plus in the future starring Brie Larson.
The Captain Marvel star would be playing a brand new character, Maeve, who has “more power than Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker combined”.
The Star Wars films are available on Disney Plus now.