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Delayed to 2020?

Discussion in 'Star Wars: Episode IX' started by TheNinthCousin, Apr 27, 2016.

  1. TheNinthCousin

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    Disney just booked December 2019 for one of their live action fairytale projects
     
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    They'd rather move this than move a main SW movie and I believe nine will have its May 2019 date.
     
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    But avengers infinity war part 2 is coming may 2019 and Disney owns marvel too
     
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    Their dates will probably be weeks apart with infinity war either coming before or after but most likely before .
     
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    but infinity war (while not as big as episode ix obviously) is a big climax as well RDJs last at bare minimum but prob the last for at least a few of the main cast and its the ultimate showdown with THanos that theyve been teasing since avengers 1 back in 2012 these are gonna both be huge events that will draw HUGE initial and repeat business putting one of these mere weeks after the other will kinda choke that a bit people wont be able to see either as many times it might hurt infinity war's gross
     
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    Pretty sure Disney will space out it's properties better, like 6 months apart to capitalize on maximum profit potential.
     
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    I just simply highly doubt that Disney would distribute a Star Wars movie that's NOT ik the beginning of summer/winter .
     
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    Civil war seems kinda frontloaded awesome numbers but it's clear that the main audience just rushed out when a franchise begins to expirence frontloadedness it only gets worse maybe a May 2019 slot simalar to the window between civil war and Xmen this year may not be such a disaster after all (I.e. Infinity war has an epic opening weekend and drops like civil war did)
     
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    What do you mean by "front loaded ?"
     
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