In a video released by Walt Disney Studios, Ridley starts out promoting the movie when Gad chimes in and calls for reinforcements.
The star actress gets inundated with repeated questions about the final film by several other high profile actors and actresses -- including Anna Kendrick, Tony Hale, Awkwafina, Tom Holland and more.
Even her own co-star John Boyega, who plays resistance fighter Finn, asks in the clip, "Who are Rey's parents?"
"John, you know the answer," she says stunned. "I do," he replies before walking away.
Tina Fey was one of the many who came through and didn't have a question about the highly anticipated movie. Instead, Fey asked if she could "pitch you an idea real quick?"
"A droid whose sole purpose is to make grilled cheese sandwiches -- I could voice it," Fey said cheerfully.
"That's actually a really good idea," Ridley said. "Big fan Tina."
"Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker" hits theaters nationwide next Friday.
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