‘Too much, too fast’: Disney to scale back production of Star Wars movies

‘Too much, too fast’: Disney to scale back production of

‘Too much, too fast’: Disney to scale back production of Star Wars movies Disney CEO Bob Iger has confirmed that its production and release of Star Wars movies will be scaled back.

Disney Plans to Scale Back Production of ‘Star Wars’ Films

Video ansehen · Star Wars fans may have to start waiting a bit longer to get their fix of the popular franchise.. After disappointing box office numbers for Solo: A Star Wars Story, Disney …

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‘Too much, too fast’: Disney to scale back production of Star Wars movies After the disappointing box office performance of Solo: A Star Wars Story, Disney CEO Bob Iger says fans ‘can expect

Disney’s Bob Iger On New ‘Star Wars’ Movies: It ‘Was a

In a new interview, Disney CEO Bob Iger addresses the criticism that it’s released too many ‘Star Wars’ films too quickly with plans to scale back.

Disney are going to slow down making unnecessary ‘Star

The CEO of Disney made the comments to The Hollywood Reporter. The CEO of Disney, Bob Iger, has said that the company are going to slow down making unnecessary ‘Star Wars’ movies.

Disney CEO explains plans to scale back Star Wars movies

Disney’s Bob Iger explains plans to scale back Star Wars movies, take over world either Disney or Marvel. Or Pixar. Or Star Wars or National Geographic was a little too much, too fast

Disney’s Bob Iger Confirms ‘Star Wars’ Production Slowdown

Sometimes you can have too much of a good thing. When Disney acquired the Star Wars franchise back in 2012 , the studio planned on expanding the cinematic universe by releasing one film a year.

Disney CEO Bob Iger ‘Takes Blame’ For Too Much Star Wars

Movies Solo: A Star Wars and marking the fourth Disney-backed Star Wars film in the space of I think the mistake that I made — I take the blame — was a little too much, too fast,” he

Disney Wants To Slow Down On Star Wars Movies – Game Informer

Even for Star Wars fans, that’s a lot of Star Wars. Disney’s CEO Bob Iger seems to agree. Disney’s CEO Bob Iger seems to agree. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter , Iger expressed some regret about the frequency of releases.

Disney To Stop Releasing a New STAR WARS Movie Every Year

But this does feel like it might be too much of an overreaction to the fun, entertaining Solo, which unlike the other three recent Star Wars films released by Disney did not debut in December.