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Disney bought LucasFilm and its Star Wars franchise in cash and stock, and plans to release at least three more films in the Star Wars sci-fi saga.Mr Lucas will become the second-largest individual holder of Disney shares, with a 2.2 per cent stake. Disney will pay about half the purchase price in cash and issue about £25m shares at closing.The most recent Star Wars film was Revenge of the Sith in 2005.The deal marks the third time in less than seven years that Disney has signed a massive deal to take over a beloved studio or character portfolio, as part of its strategy to acquire brands that can be stretched across TV, movies, theme parks and the internet.In early 2006, Disney struck a deal to acquire Toy Story creator Pixar, and in the summer of 2009 it bought the comic book powerhouse Marvel.
I know it's a spoof video but something tells me they are at least considering it.... http://youtu.be/AZ3n_D1zBrg
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