Star Wars doesn't need to appeal to everyone and Disney needs to realize that soon

Disney is ruining Star Wars by trying to appeal to more audiences
In this photo illustration, a Star Wars logo is seen on a...
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Star Wars once existed in a galaxy far, far away, but now thanks to Disney, it exists in your own backyard practically. Disney has made Star Wars something it was never intended to be. Over-saturated.

The Star Wars films told the stories that fans wanted or needed to know but Disney opted to remove them from the big screen and extend the stories to the television. Now, much like they have done with the Marvel Cinematic Universe, you now have to watch all the little Disney+ series just to keep up with what is going on.

The next big screen film will be the Mandalorian and Grogu and frankly, I have yet to watch all of The Mandalorian series. Honestly, I'm not sure I really want to. I would love to see how it concludes but not enough to warrant sitting around watching it in 30 to 45 minute blocks.

From the animated series to this new The Acolyte series which is the lowest-rated Star Wars project, and even the well-received Andor, I feel like I need to catch up to see what might happen when the next series begins.

If Star Wars is getting bad, Marvel is already way ahead of that curve. The MCU has made it nearly impossible to follow along with their timelines thanks to all the television spinoffs on Disney+. Do I need to watch Miss Marvel so I can watch the Captain Marvel sequel? It seems that way, or I won't have any idea what is going on. That is, at the very least, how it makes it feel.

Disney has wondered why the box office numbers for the MCU have dropped and this is a likely reason. It will be interesting to see if Star Wars will inevitably be hurt by the Disney+ series that might tie-in to the big screen.