Bad News: “Solo” Flopped – Good News: Disney Still has Eight (8) New Star Wars Movies Coming

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
May 28, 2018

The perfect anti-white force assembled: Two black guys, a Jew and a white woman.

“Solo” went so low. 

But the Hebrews of Disney are not planning on giving the goyim a breather.


The newest Star Wars movie, Solo, opened this weekend–but it was not the hit that Disney and Lucasfilm would have wanted. The movie is tracking to make around $101 million in the US and Canada over this Memorial Day long weekend, according to Entertainment Weekly. That would put the film easily in the top spot, but it’s well below what projections said it might make. Industry watchers said the film was expected to pull in between $130 million and $150 million for its opening.

Solo made an estimated $83.3 million in the Friday-Sunday period, which gives it the worst three-day opening weekend box office figure of any of the new Star Wars films by a very, very large margin.

Being a spinoff movie, Solo was never going to be able to make as much as The Force Awakens or The Last Jedi. But the comparisons to Rogue One are noteworthy, given that was a spinoff as well and it did considerably better.

According to EW, which supplied all of the box office figures, Solo cost around $250 million to produce. The budget likely incurred an extra cost beyond normal, as Disney fired directors Chris Miller and Phil Lord just 11 months before the movie came out. Oscar winner Ron Howard was later brought on to take over.

Solo is the first of the new Star Wars movies to not open in December, and it comes just five months after the release of The Last Jedi in December 2017.

Despite Solo’s slow start, Disney is of course moving forward on more Star Wars movies. The next one is Episode IX in December 2019, while Disney is also reportedly planning standalone films for Obi-Wan Kenobi, Lando Calrissian, and Boba Fett. Just recently, we learned that Logan director James Mangold may be directing the Boba Fett movie. Additionally, Disney hired the creators of Game of Thrones for a new Star Wars film series, while The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson is making his own new trilogy of saga films after JJ Abrams’ Episode IX next year.


Episode IX – 1

Obi-Wan Kenobi – 1

Lando Calrissian – 1

Boba Fett – 1

New trilogy – 3

So that’s seven (7).

And then a “series” – which is at one – by the GoT Jews.

That is a total of a minimum of EIGHT (8) new Star Wars films coming down the pipe – and straight down your goyim throat.

This really is a form of Jewish torture and humiliation.

And how many more Marvel movies does Disneystein have planned? 

Six million? 

Is that the plan, oh ye Chosen Ones?

One Star Wars or Marvel Comics movie for every Jew that was gassed to death in a pretend shower room? 

Surely, at that point we will finally be even… r-right?