Do you want the Star Wars films at Disney to change?
Disney has a big problem on their hands, one that has seemingly led to an ambiguous fate for Rian Johnson’s new trilogy and the complete exit of David Benioff and DB Weiss’ (showrunners for HBO’s Game of Thrones) own Star Wars films.
So, there was no blueprint they had to follow for success, so Marvel films don’t have the expectations that the new wave of Star Wars films that Disney bankrolls do.
We loved the old trilogy because it was something we never saw before, but the new wave of movies has to be able to create something new while still reminding us that
“Yes, this is still the Star Wars that you know and love.”
It seems though that the only Disney-era Star Wars content that is succeeding is the material that does not copy the same beats as the original trilogy, but the stories that invoke it such as The Mandalorian or Star Wars: The Clone Wars.