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Doesn't look very good tbh.
I can't say I'm huge on star wars anymore.
I loved the original trilogy as a kid and it's never gotten back to that quality imo (which is all it is)
Still not watched last jedi the new cast do nothing to excite me and based on the fact star wars toys not selling had a huge part to play in toys r us going out of business https://squawker.org/analysis/toysrsjw/ I'm guessing I'm not the only one
TFA was good but mainly cos it was just ANH remastered. Ain't bothered with TLJ either.
It's like most movies that go on far too long, they're just milking every last drop.@hayzink
I don't think it's that as much,it is kids just don't dig star wars they dig superheroes .
Star wars panders to people who grew up with it hence films like rouge one and solo which in reality are going to benefit from exsisting star wars fanbase.
Where as marvel have such a diverse pool of characters to pull from they are always likely to land on something that will appeal to kids and adults alike (even space fans with guardians)
It's kinda like with toy story 2 when you see woody seeing all the cowboy merch that was phased out by the spaceman stuff after sputnik .
Superheroes are sputnik and they are starting to dwarf the space stuff (plus they have the bonus of superheroes in space)
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Rogue One did very well at the box office, considering it’s not a mainstream SW film. This film won’t do as good I think. On paper a Han Solo film should do well, especially with the older fans. Not so much with the younger, newer fans though.
Plus it has had a troubled production. Though the director is decent at his job, and it does look good. It’s whether people can get past someone else playing Han.
I wonder what they’ll do after this one, and whether it’s success or failure determines that. Whatever happens, watching the Falcon do the Kessel run should be worth it alone. Combine that with Jabba, Lando, Mrs.Chewbacca, and other rumoured fan favourites, we are in for a treat.
You know what I love about Star Wars?... The Ewoks and the titles.
Beat thing about star wars is John Williams
Solo: A Star Wars Story is tracking for a huge $170 million Memorial Day Launch.
To put this into perspective, the current Memorial Day weekend record-holder is Disney’s “Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End,” which debuted domestically in 2007 with $139.8 million.
Sources tell Deadline that Solo‘s tracking is “pretty strong” with an unaided score of 28 that’s higher than Rogue One: A Star Wars Story ($155M, 23 score) and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 ($146.5M, 23).
Looking good for a film that many had written off. I guess SW is as popular as it's ever been.
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