'Star Wars' fans received disappointing news this week as Disney CEO Bob Iger announced that the franchise won't be producing full-length, original films for upcoming streaming service Disney+. reports Iger said in a new interview that large budget films will be made for theaters first, before they would hit the service. However, television series such as "The Mandalorian" will be made exclusively for the service.

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