I tried to give you varied perspectives, so you don't accuse me of not doing that. Of course they will say that.But I don't think people are fatigued by Star Wars. They are fatigued by bad[/b] Star Wars.[/b] Look how excited people were for the fan film. That sucker had more views and upvotes than some of the actual movie trailers. The new stuff just doesn't resonate like the old stuff. The data backs that point up. Sorry man.
I don't accused you of anything.
I just quoted one of your sources i found very plausible. The biggest market for toys is children. If they buy less toys in general, they will buy less Star Wars too. Especially if they have a nearly identical toy from the last movie the year before. Sounds like a good explanation, no?
On top of that you have all the superhero stuff courting for the kids pocket money atm.
Nothing of your Data backs up in any way that what you consider good Star Wars would change that in any way.
The fan film about the most popular character in Star Wars had a lot of upvotes and likes? No shit.
But what does that prove besides that it got a lot of likes and upvotes? Nothing.That does not translate to cinema tickets, bought toys or any of the sort.
Again i don't deny Star Wars is lacking atm, i just doubt the brand is in the state you are describing and that George could do any better in todays market.