Wunderlich Securities analyst Matthew Harrigan dissects the potential of new Star Wars films from Disney (DIS +1.3%) to generate enough revenue to pay for the deal price by themselves. He says at $800M a pop (conservative) and an extra $200M in years with no releases (reasonable), deriving a value of $5B for Lucasfilm isn't hard to do - estimates outside of what the Star Wars can do to boost Parks/Resorts and merchandising opportunities. Did Disney breathe fresh life into the Star Wars franchise? This picture (Google Trends chart) suggests it did.
Wunderlich Securities analyst Matthew Harrigan dissects the potential of new Star Wars films...
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