Many times over the years here at Star Wars 7x7, we've talked about how the scarcity of Star Wars films over the first 30+ years of its existence may have been part of the secret sauce that helped create the level of devotion it has achieved. After the reception of Solo: A Star Wars Story, and reports from anonymous sources about how the standalone movies are being considering in the wake of Solo, what does that mean for the value of scarcity now? Punch it!
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