Star Wars is one of the most popular franchises in pop culture right now. Of course, this is due to the fact that it translates into studio profits and interest itself. It’s no surprise that Disney is giving us more productions, because the sales tapes clearly show that you just want to watch them.
In a recent statement, Disney CEO Bob Iger brought up an interesting topic. He revealed that while the previous feature films had already done a very good job in terms of revenue, this one This is not to say that the label intends to produce countless of them. It turns out exactly the opposite – the developers are very careful:
As for Star Wars, we did a three-film saga, which is obviously the successor to George Lucas’ first six movies.
They did well at the box office…in fact, they did very well. In addition, we created two separate spin-offs in the form of ‘Rogue One’ and ‘Solo’. Rogue One did well, and Solo was a bit of a disappointment. It made us think that maybe the rhythm was a little tricky. So we decided to back off a bit. We’re still working on the Star Wars movies. However, we will make sure it is correct when creating it, so we are very careful.
It must be admitted that this sounds very optimistic and it remains to be hoped that it will be translated into reality. If Disney intends to take a much more reasonable approach to feature-length productions from the “Star Wars” universe, fans can only take advantage of it. Sometimes, waiting longer can turn into something very positive.
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