Disney and Lucasfilm [VIDEO] are considering changing their minds on future "Star Wars" films, as a result of the massively disappointing performance of "Solo: A Star Wars Story." The Hollywood Reporter confirmed this saying that Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy is taking a step back and figuring out the direction of the future movies beyond "Star Wars: Episode IX," which is scheduled for release in 2019.

Lucasfilm executives have said that the spinoffs could happen but it's all a matter of how they will be made and marketed. One of the planned spin-offs is the Boba Fett spin-off and the project is still being developed.

Goliath is reporting that a script is currently being written by Simon Kinberg and James Mangold. Mangold is expected to be directing the film.

Lucasfilm reconsidering Boba Fett solo film

Because of the underperformance of the "Solo" film, it is being suggested that the Boba Fett film could be scaled down because most moviegoers don't know who Fett is. The other planned spin-off is an Obi-Wan Kenobi film, but the status of the film is unclear. The studio has not commented on the state of the project. Rumors are circulating that Ewan McGregor would reprise his role as Obi-Wan Kenobi. McGregor was even spotted at the "Solo" premiere.

Disney acquired Lucasfilm in October 2012 for $4 billion. Since then, Disney has released four films in the popular franchise. The first three films earned $1 billion, while the "Solo" film only grossed $344 million.

This means that we will probably not be seeing a "Solo" sequel and any spin-offs focused on Lando Calrissian or Darth Maul, who made appearances in the film.

'Star Wars' trilogy films are still planned and scheduled for a release

Currently, former "Game of Thrones" show creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, are set to write and produce a new series of films, while Rian Johnson will develop a new trilogy. The live-action "Star Wars" TV show executive produced by Jon Favreau is moving forward and is planned for a release on Disney's streaming platform. Some Lucasfilm and Disney officials believe that "Solo's" underperformance is a result of the number of summer blockbusters that opened in May, just weeks before its premiere. "Solo" had to face off against "Avengers: Infinity War," and "Deadpool 2."

While Lucasfilm has no expectations of an upcoming "Star Wars" spinoff, they are still open to a pitch from a filmmaker, and if they like it, they could approve it. The studio would then consider a new approach. Currently, Lucasfilm and Disney are squarely focused on getting "Episode IX" complete.