Daisy Ridley continues her between-Star-Wars-film gigs with a star turn in Murder on the Orient Express, and here she talks to Inquirer magazine about the film and her wider career.

What was it like to work with a “Star Wars” legend like Mark Hamill? What was amazing was the first time, because I was working more with Harrison (Ford). I was like, I don’t want to disturb him (Mark).
We had conversations about life. Advice was never given without asking, if you know what I mean. Working with him was wonderful.
He’s exactly how he always is. He’s very talkative, warm and a really good actor, so there were moments where I just felt like, wow. I remember at one point, I went over to Rian (Johnson, director) and I was like, “Oh my God, that was moving.” I felt really lucky that I was able to have that with him.