Hang onto your fur. There's going to be a new "Star Wars" film in theaters every summer, with spin-offs in the years between episodes. "Star Wars" overload? Or bull's-eyeing womp rats for Disney?
Hang onto your fur -- there's going to be a new Star Wars film in cinemas every summer, with spin-offs in the years between Episodes.
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Disney exec Jay Rasulo has confirmed the spin-off movies that will appear in the summers between full-blown Star Wars Episodes will be origin stories.