With four "Star Wars" films released since 2015 — it's been an eventful time to be a fan of the franchise.
But the lukewarm reviews and somewhat underwhelming box office haul for this year's "Solo: A Star Wars Story" have Disney rethinking its approach.
CEO Bob Iger told The Hollywood Reporter his decision to release a new "Star Wars" story each year was "a little too much, too fast."
Iger suggested production on future "Star Wars" projects is going to slow down. He specifically name-dropped J.J. Abrams' "Episode IX" and a still unspecified new series from the creators of HBO's "Game of Thrones."
But there are a ton of upcoming "Star Wars" projects he didn't call out, including another movie trilogy from the director of "The Last Jedi," a new season of the animated series "The Clone Wars" for Disney's upcoming streaming service and a standalone film on bounty hunter Boba Fett.
So far, Disney's only given a firm release date for "Episode IX" which is currently scheduled to hit theaters in December 2019.