The Star Wars: Episode VII cast reveal dominated the pop culture conversation yesterday, and it looks like there's still more to come: According to The Hollywood Reporter, casting announcements for the film aren't over yet, with one more "major role"—a female one—still set to be announced. This is definitely good news, considering the fact that when the cast was announced yesterday, only two females were listed in total: Newcomer Daisy Ridley, and Princess Leia herself, Carrie Fisher. C'mon, guys: There's definitely room for more than two ladies in space.

There's no word on what exactly the role is, but THR did have this tidbit: 

Earlier this year, THR revealed that the production was seeking a mixed-raced female in her 20s. The director did meet with 12 Years a Slave actress Lupita Nyong'o just before the Oscars, although it is not known for what part. And at one point, speculation centered on unknown British actress Maisie Richardson-Sellers. It is unclear if that young female part still exists or if it has been removed due to rewrites.

It's worth noting that this Sunday is May 4, and therefore unofficially Star Wars "May the fourth be with you" day—so it's likely another reveal is planned for that day. As for what it is, that remains to be seen.

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[via Vulture]