I just didn't want "Star Wars" to become diluted, and my fear was creating spinoffs apart from the almighty Skywalker saga episodes would do so. But I'm man enough to admit when I am wrong, and I was definitely wrong. "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" proved to be one of best "Star Wars" movies. Period. It did everything it was supposed to do. It brought back old memories from the original trilogy while introducing new characters into a plot line we "Star Wars" stans already know much about, it answered some questions we had from Episodes IV, V and VI and it even had an epic Darth Vader light saber scene. It perfectly bridged the gap between the prequels and the original trilogy. "Rogue One" was, honestly, everything I wanted and more.
With "Rogue One," Lucasfilm signed on to do two other spinoffs initially–the still untitled Young Han Solo spinoff and the recently announced Obi-Wan Kenobi spinoff. But with the massive success of "Rogue One," "Star Wars" fans everywhere are calling for more and more spinoffs and multiple "Star Wars"/Lucasfilm heads are saying they're willing to continue making "Star Wars" movies as long as people continue to watch them. This basically means as long as there's money to be made and there's an audience for it, "Star Wars," Lucasfilm and Disney will continue making these movies, and why fix something that's not broken?