Disney CEO Bob Iger has just instructed us to expect a “lull” with regards to Star Wars motion pictures later on yet now, in an ongoing radio meeting advancing his new book, Iger conceded that Disney went too hard too early with the Star Wars discharge plan.
“I have said publicly that I think we made and released too many Star Wars films over a short period of time,” he said, as reported by Gizmodo. “I have not said that they were disappointing in any way. I’ve not said that I’m disappointed in their performance. I just think that there’s something so special about a Star Wars film, and less is more.”
Bounce Iger has examined this issue previously, saying he was to be faulted for the underlying timetable and the volume of Star Wars substance booked. After the overall disappointment of Solo, Disney recalibrated the system.
That being stated, there’s still a great deal of Star Wars to anticipate. Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy as of late reported that the arranged David Benioff and D.B. Weiss set of three has been put on ice, however the rest of 2019 will see the dispatch of The Mandalorian on Disney Plus and The Rise of Skywalker being discharged in films. It’s an incredible time to be a devotee of Star Wars.