Prince of Persia, John Carter, Alice 2, Tomorrowland, The Lone Ranger, The Nutcracker and the Four Kingdoms, A Wrinkle in Time... Seems to me that, apart from the Pirates franchise, Disney's adventure film output is in dire need of rescue. Obviously; I'm just saying I'd have more respect for Kennedy as a producer/studio boss if she were doing anything more than mere Star Wars franchise maintenance. Disney didn't buy Marvel for virtually unknown characters like the GotG or Carol Danvers, but Marvel Studios under Kevin Feige made them huge hits anyhow. Yes, three of the four movies she's overseen made a lot of money, but TLJ made 65% of TFA, Solo made 39% of Rogue One, and now the studio won't be releasing a new movie for three whole years. Moreover, given that Abrams basically spent two whole Trek movies auditioning/practicing for TFA, making his hiring the most obvious choice in the world (after Spielberg said no), I don't give her enormous credit for that selection. Ergo, IMHO, it's fair to call her management of Lucasfilm thus far a mixed bag, given the enormous advantages (decades-long OT franchise nostalgia, returning actors, 10 years without a major SW movie) she inherited.