With the recent announcement that the creators of the Game of Thrones series will be put in charge of their own Star Wars films, I have to wonder if Disney has gone a bit too far with constantly producing these movies. Right now, we have a sequel trilogy (VII and VIII done with IX on the way), two anthology films so far, a Kenobi film in the works, Rian Johnson's own trilogy, and now these films. Does anybody else feel like that is too much? Its funny that its Disney doing this because I have a similar problem with the Marvel Cinematic Universe too. How am I supposed to care about Thanos destroying the world in some doomsday plot when you've made 15 movies with doomsday plots already? Its too much! I have had a similar problem with WWE in the last few years. With 3 hour Monday shows, 2 hour Tuesday shows, close to 20 3 hour PPV events (more than that in the case of Royal Rumble and WrestleMania), and various other shows and specials (and I'm not even counting NXT), WWE really demands ALOT of our time and provides too much content to follow to the point that almost nothing feels special. I love Star Wars. I think its safe to say everyone on the board loves Star Wars. But think back even when the prequels were coming out. Didn't they feel more special when they were spaced out over three years? Having at least one film a year just feels like overkill, and its only going to get harder and harder to get psyched for these things once franchise fatigue kicks in. And I don't want to get sick of Star Wars. I love it! Its okay to hold back guys, honestly.