Future ‘A Star Wars Story’ Spinoffs on Hold at Lucasfilm

Posted June 21, 2018

For those of you who think firing Rian Johnson from a cannon is the right direction, one you're wrong and two this pause will not affect his or Game of Thrones David Benioff and D.B. Weiss's planned movie series.

The rumored upcoming films centered around Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi and bounty hunter Boba Fett have been indefinitely shelved, according to Collider. The debates continue to rage over what led Solo to tank with audiences, but if this report proves true, Lucasfilm is deciding to cut its losses for now and refocus on moving the Star Wars universe forward with flagship stories - instead of continuing to look back.

According to Collider, in the wake of Solo: A Star Wars Story underperforming at the box office, Lucasfilm has supposedly made a decision to focus on Episode IX and the next trilogy that will follow, and subsequently have put the Star Wars spinoffs on hold.

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It may be a while before we see any more movies like Solo: A Star Wars Story out of Lucasfilm.

Rian Johnson's "Star Wars" trilogy is reportedly unaffected by the hold on "A Star Wars Story" spinoff movies.

That's probably why reports are now circulating that Lucasfilm is rethinking what they're betting on going forward, with "Star Wars Story" spinoff films taking a backseat to main installments in the franchise.

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There are a number of factors in why Solo's performance was worse than expected, but one many have pointed to is the movie's release date. With a worldwide gross of $343m at the time of writing, against a budget that ballooned well over $200m, it's the first Star Wars failure of the Disney era. What? This is Star Wars we're talking about here.

Solo was the second of Disney's line of Star Wars spin-offs, following Rogue One.

Solo, on the other hand, is the first Star Wars since Revenge of the Sith to actually star a well-known character whose most important life moments we already know.

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