In 1977, a quirky little science fiction film with the slightly vague name Star Wars was released. While it was only expected to gain moderate success among a population of niche followers, the film quickly garnered massive fame, leading it to become one of the most epic and beloved film franchises in the history of cinema.

In today’s age, Star Wars has practically created a separate genre of film just for itself, with spin-off television shows, books, video games, sequels, and prequels constantly in development. The total box office revenue of the combined films has reached over 7.5 billion dollars over the years.

Because of the vast number of media ...

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