“Star Wars” star Daisy Ridley didn’t get many roles after she completed “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker,” which, she said, might have been good for her mental health.

What’s happening?

Ridley recently spoke with Entertainment Weekly about her post-”Star Wars” career. She said she didn’t receive a lot of new opportunities, which allowed her to take a much-needed break from the film franchise.

“It was so sad to finish (‘Star Wars’). When the film was released ... it was such a huge chapter. And, weirdly, the past few months of not having much. … Obviously now it’s really nice to be working, but not having much (at the time) I feel like I processed the last five years. To be forced to slow down, it was good mentally for me because (‘Star Wars’ was) a big thing in my life.”

“Weirdly, at the beginning of the year nothing was coming through,” she continues. “I was like, ‘Aww! No one wants to employ me.’” Ridley later remarks how “there were actually loads of things that I auditioned for at the beginning of the year and didn’t get any of them.”

“I had that moment ... then just thought ‘everything in its right time.’”

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So what roles has Ridley received?

Per GameRant, Ridley got a voiceover job for a woman in the Xbox and PC game “Twelve Minutes.” She has also been cast in a new film called “The Ice Beneath Her,” which is a crime thriller.

She will appear in “Chaos Walking” with Tom Holland, who plays Peter Parker in “Spider-Man: Homecoming.”