21 March 2013 4:18 PM, PDT | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

No matter which way you slice it, $4.05 billion is a lot of money. For that much scratch Disney could have made John Carter 20 times. Instead, the studio decided to invest that cash a little more wisely, buying Lucasfilm and getting the rights to Star Wars. But while producing a new trilogy of films set in a galaxy far, far away is in the works, along with a few standalone films, nobody expected Disney to only take advantage of their newest franchise at the cinema. As proven by George Lucas proved over the last few decades, there's a lot of money to be made from Star Wars beyond the movies, including toys, games, costumes, and just about any other arena you can think of. So how does Disney plan to take full advantage? How about with a new theme park? SlashFilm has done some digging and has discovered via the message »

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