Billie Lourd may be Carrie Fisher's daughter in real life ... but she won't play her on the big screen!
The 22-year-old actress is setting the record straight about rumors that she's set to play Princess Leia's daughter in "Star Wars: The Force Awakens."
"I'm not Princess Leia's daughter," she tells Interview Magazine in its July issue, adding no additional details about her mysterious role.
While the young actress doesn't reveal which character she'll be playing, she admits that it's been quite a learning experience. "This is the first job I've ever had—right into the fire," she declares.
Not a bad debut, right?
Growing up with Fisher, her grandmother Debbie Reynolds and her father, CAA talent agent Bryan Lourd, it seems like Billie was born to be a star. But, her parents didn't want their daughter to enter the family business. "My whole life, they said, 'Do not act. You need to get a college degree,'" says Lourd, who earned her degree from NYU last year.
Not only does Lourd appear in "Star Wars," but she also nabbed a role in Ryan Murphy's Fox series, "Scream Queens."
"It's scary, but there's a lot of comedic breaks," she says of her character. "She's brought up my sass level for sure."
She also calls acting a longtime "secret dream."
See Billie's big screen debut when "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" hits theaters on Dec. 18, 2015. In the meantime, check out the first trailer below!