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Is Disney releasing Star Wars Movies too close together?

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Star wars the Force Awakens is still in theatres and Disney has already begun the media rush for the first Star Wars standalone film, Rogue One. Rogue One is set to premiere December 15th, 2016. Is it too soon? Are Star Wars films being packed too close together? Disney’s take on the Marvel franchise would indicate that this is right move for the Star wars franchise. What do you think? Are you still reeling in the wake of The Force Awakens or are you ready freak out over Rogue One?

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I actually think this release schedule is awesome, but only because Rogue One and all the other stand alone movies are not related to the main episodes in any way. I think that's key. I don't think people are going to get sick of Star Wars anytime soon, tossing one movie out a year should work well for Disney, particularly if hey are good films. Things may have to slow down if a movie flops. Time will tell how it all plays out.
You can ignore my question in my comment; I just noticed you have already answered it. In what way does it stand alone rather than being part of the saga?
I thought the next episode was not until 2017. Is this something different?

Yes, this is a different story set in the same universe. There are dozens of books set in the Star Wars universe so there's a lot of scope for stories in that setting.
No. If you ignore the awful prequels (and I do) fans have waited decades for a new Star Wars film. Having the a wee bit closer together for a while will be nice.
I think a year apart is perfect!
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