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January 19, 2018

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What a shock really, but it makes sense as you've outlined. However, calling the $4B franchise "archane" does seem a bit harsh. In most regards, Disney seems to really be on the right path to opening up Star Wars Cannon and widening the universe for the future. So I think we'll really see the franchise truly bloom for GenZ as we move forward.

In hindsight, it may have been a good idea to distribute the original trilogy in order to captivate the Chinese audience like the rest of the world was in 1977. A good story, is a good story, and the originals still hold up whether or not you are an original Star Wars junkie or not. Not sure why they chose not to do this.

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