New Star Wars Movie to Be Disney’s Biggest Flop Yet…


If you weren’t aware, Disney hasn’t been doing too well as of late. And its latest ‘Star Wars’ Film is unlikely to change that for the better. In fact, it is already slated to be the entertainment giant’s ‘biggest flop yet,’ and it’s only just been announced.

Why will it be another major flop?

Well, that can all be laid at the feet of activist and documentary filmmaker Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy, who has been hired to direct the new movie, slated to come out in 2026.

You see, Obaid-Chinoy has a major problem with about half of the world’s population. And she’s not only admitted as much but also warns that this film will showcase that hatred.

When being interviewed shortly after obtaining the directing role for the Disney film, she said, “We’re in 2024 now, and I think it’s about time that we had a woman come forward to shape the story in a galaxy far, far away.”

Now, there’s just one major problem with this.

As you likely know, Lucasfilm has been led by a woman, Kathleen Kennedy, for at least a decade now, meaning she has literally been behind shaping “the story in a galaxy far, far away.”

You probably also know that the most recent of the ‘Star Wars’ film has followed the story of not a man but a woman. Daisy Jazz Isobel Ridley has led the last three ‘Star Wars’ teams to victory.

So Obeid-Chinoy’s desire to create a woman’s world in Star Wars has already been done, so to speak.

But apparently, none of that is good enough. Instead, she once told Jon Stewart that her goal is to “make men uncomfortable.”

“It’s important to be able to look into the eyes of a man and say, ‘I am here and recognize that. And recognize that I am working to bring something that makes you uncomfortable, and it should make you uncomfortable because you need to change your attitude.”

Show of hands, how many of you think this is the kind of logic that makes box office hits? I mean, people don’t watch movies to feel uncomfortable.

And as I said before, this alienates half of the population.

As conservative commentator Matt Walsh says, “This movie is destined to be Disney’s biggest flop yet.”