We Won’t Live to See the Final Star Wars Movie

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Updated: January 29, 2016
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Are you loving the new Disney-led version of Star Wars? Well, most of America is.

With the success of the newest installment The Force Awakens Disney is rolling in the dough and they don’t plan to stop any time soon. According to reports, there are currently NO plans to ever end the franchise:

And if the people at the Walt Disney Company, which bought Lucasfilm for $4 billion in 2012, have anything to say about it, the past four decades of Star Wars were merely prologue. They are making more. A lot more. The company intends to put out a new Star Wars movie every year for as long as people will buy tickets. Let me put it another way: If everything works out for Disney, and if you are (like me) old enough to have been conscious for the first Star Wars film, you will probably not live to see the last one. It’s the forever franchise.

-Wired

That’s right. The Star Wars Universe will never come to conclusion. This is the reason why I pick and choose franchises to get attached to now. Too many sequels are coming out just for the money and not to actually advance the story. But hey, what do I know? Its a proven strategy and it works.