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Disney’s Star Wars Film Franchise Dead in the Water


Far-left Vanity Fair published a 90-gazillion-word boot-lick to Disney’s Star Wars franchise that eventually sputters to a close with the only information that matters… As a film franchise, Star Wars is dead…

“That leaves the question of what’s happening with the Star Wars movies,” wonders Vanity Fair. More

Now if only Paramount will let Star Trek die. – Dr. Tar

27 Comments on Disney’s Star Wars Film Franchise Dead in the Water

  1. I haven’t seen five minutes of any of them. Star Trek either. That type of thing never interested me.

  2. Good.

    Now do Dune.

    Love the book, but the last movie was a woke abomination.

    There will never be a good sci fi movie again, because all they are allowed to imagine are PC futures, and no one but tyrants and Karens want to live in those.

  3. The silly thing started in 1977 and its well ran dry by 1981. It really hit the skids when they included wokism and perverts in the story.


  4. The last scifi movie I liked that wasn’t a remake was The Butterfly Effect (in spite of the fact that I think Ashton Kutcher is a giant douchenugget.

  5. Oh no you mean there wont be a remake where jar jar and luke fall in love? How does one make a decision to make films that pander to less than 1 percent of the population? Idiocy or malice?

  6. One movie I’d like to see a non-woke remake of is THEM! from 1954. But this time the giant mutant ants should get to eat Los Angeles.

    Aside: The original movie had quite a cast: James Whitmore, James Arness, Fess Parker, Edmund Gwenn…

  7. Lucasfilm lost me for good after their creator went back and messed with the original trilogy. Just a few tweaks here and there ruined the whole thing. I stopped trusting the franchise to deliver anything worthwhile after that sacrilege.

  8. Beachmom: “Star Wars died after the original 3.”

    Actually, it died about halfway through “The Return of the Jedi” — at the exact moment the first Ewok appeared. You could take “Jedi”, cut out 99% of everything that happened on the forest moon of Endor, and still end up with a superior movie.

  9. Heatsync hits the nail on the head! … it started getting silly when they did the fight on Jabba’s party barge (Boba Fett! Boba Fett! even though we enjoyed Leiha (sp) as slave girl)

    … but when the dancing teddy bears appeared you knew they were just interest in selling merchandise

    then Lucas refilmed the ‘Han shot first’ scene … actually Han was the only one that shot, in the original

  10. ESCUSE ME. Why you got gay pedo creeper duudes on the disney thread?

    My grandad said this site wuz safe for kidz an all I see are gay pedo R. Kelly dudes who wanna grease a nigga up.

    Why u so gay?

  11. Variety is all gay-giddy because Disney is going to remake Davy Crockett for a gay audience.

    Davy Crockett will be renamed Davy Crotchett. Homos are salivating at the thought.

  12. Given the choice to go see Star Wars when it first came out or to smoke some PCP with the boys, I have never seen a Star Wars movie.

  13. In my large family everything disney and siney-related has been removed, banned, and forbidden to the youngsters. Included in the banning are any disney trips, clothing, entertainment, affiliates and associates, merchandise, toys, food, films, ads, books, and linens plus any disney knock-offs.

  14. I salute George Lucas for squeezing billions of dollars from the Star Wars franchise, then squeezing another 4.05 billion out of Disney for it’s dried-out husk.


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