Before the year comes to its conclusion, 'Star Wars' fans will be gifted the next entry into the episodic movie series in the form of 'The Last Jedi', and it looks as if we'll be finding out a lot more about Rey (Daisy Ridley) and her parentage. In fact, if Ridley's recent comments are anything to go by, there will be a standout "moment" in the film that allows for a big reveal.

Daisy Ridley as Rey in 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi'Daisy Ridley as Rey in 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi'

Rey was first introduced in 2015's return to the franchise, 'The Force Awakens', and instantly became a fan-favourite thanks to Ridley's brilliant performance. From the moment she hit the big screen, there were rumours and theories about how she may be related to some of the other big names that have helped bring such success to the movie series, but nothing has ever been confirmed.

That's all to change this December, as Ridley explained in a new interview with Yahoo Japan.

The actress teased: "Whatever the answer is, I hope everyone will enjoy that moment. I knew the answer a few years ago, but the story that Rian Johnson created was so wonderful I couldn’t believe it, honestly I was very moved. I think that everyone will be in that moment."

With the famous "I am your father" scene in the back of people's minds, long-time fans of the franchise are understandably on edge waiting for the reveal to come, hoping that it will be as momentous a moment as the one that came all those years ago for Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill).

Many believe this won't be the case however, and with Rey's determination to forge out her own path rather than relying on the actions she and others have taken in the past, we wouldn't be surprised if the reveal was in fact a fleeting moment that didn't have too much of an impact on what's to come.

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'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' is set to come to cinemas across the UK on December 15, 2017. 'Solo: A Star Wars Story' follows on May 25, 2018 with 'Star Wars: Episode IX' set to debut on December 20, 2019.