It may be a while before we see any more movies like Solo: A Star Wars Story out of Lucasfilm. While their replacement Ron Howard delivered a mostly enjoyable, if not completely necessary, film, "Solo" - the fourth "Star Wars" film to come out in less than three years - failed to entice casual fans, many of whom have come down with a serious case of "Star Wars" fatigue. Lucasfilm will instead focus on Star Wars: Episode IX and its future trilogies.
Sources told the website that though a previously-rumoured Obi-Wan Kenobi origins movie was in active development, those working in the film are no longer involved, and it's not clear if "Logan" filmmaker James Mangold's talks to write and direct a Boba Fett movie will continue.
The "Star Wars" galaxy just shrank.
What do you think about LucasFilm putting the "A Star Wars Story" series on hold?
While I personally would have enjoyed seeing McGregor return to the screen as Obi-Wan Kenobi, a role many consider to be a shining light in the Prequel Trilogy, I can not help but feel that this is the correct choice.
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On the small screen, we will be getting the Jon Favreau live action and Dave Filoni Star Wars Resistance animated series. Now, Collider is reporting that Lucasfilm has made a decision to put any more spinoff movies on hold, choosing instead to focus on the next installment in the main Star Wars storyline.
Further Star Wars spin-off movies have been put on hold after disappointing box-office results for Solo: A Star Wars Story.
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. Even with the reported cancellations, there's a lot of Star Wars ahead.
Marvel has certainly proved that there's room to have movies both in one main stories and separately focusing on characters, but the Marvel cinematic universe is structured very differently from Star Wars, which has had one main story, at least in the movies, up until recently.