Lucasfilm has reportedly put all future standalone anthology Star Wars films on hold.
According to Collider, Lucasfilm will now be focusing solely on Star Wars: Episode IX and figuring out what the new trilogy of Star Wars movies will be after Episode IX for now.
The decision is being reported on after Solo: A Star Wars Story had a lower than anticipated box office draw, particularly overseas. The movie has only made an estimated $340 million worldwide. Disney could reportedly lose over $50 million on the film after factoring in a budget of over $250 million and a similarly expensive marketing push.