For the first time in history, the Star Wars franchise is on a strange basis. Ron Howard's Solo: A Star Wars Story was declared one of the biggest hits of the summer, but now it looks like his legacy will be a mediocre success – far from the expectations of the nine previously released live action titles. It is a strange moment for one of the greatest brands of all time, and it should be a time of reflection and reflection.
One can imagine that after serious retreats are held. Solo: A Star Wars History Memorial Day Weekend Performance, with attendees the key minds behind the future of the franchise. With luck, they would be open to an outside suggestion, as we have some advice that would serve the future of this franchise.
The ubiquity of is out of the question] Star Wars as the merchandising articles have a lasting cultural relevance, but one must not forget that the films have never been mass-produced. In the original two trilogies, at least two years elapsed between titles, and then there are the remarkable 1
It was strange  Star Wars titles every year since 2015, but the franchise pushed this concept to the limit of resolving solo just over five months after Star Wars : The Last Jedi . The notoriously intense secrecy severely curtailed marketing skills and fans simply had no time to predict it. And while Marvel Studios may be able to release three films a year, it should not be the goal of Star Wars to be like Marvel. The stories that were long ago in a galaxy far, far away, should be special events, and the easy way to accomplish this is to slow down only the production line. This will probably not happen with two complete trilogies and both Boba Fett and Obi-Wan Kenobi projects are in the works, but it remains worth mentioning.