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Star Wars: Mark Hamill Thinks Films Have Been Released Too Quickly

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Unable to play video. HTML5 is not supported! Solo: A Star Wars Story might have earned a big chunk of money at the box office and earned relatively positive reviews from critics, but by Star Wars standards, some have deemed the film a "disappointment." The prevailing theory for why the film fell short of expectations is that it was released too quickly after Star Wars: The Last Jedi hit theaters, a theory which actor Mark Hamill supports. "In our day, it was three years apart.

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