I briefly said this in the Star Wars thread, but the optics here are poor. They accepted a deal so they had a job after Game of Thrones, then a better offer came along and they took it. From Star Wars standpoint, they wanted a new movie out in theaters by 2022, depending on how much work got done, they may have to push that back. It may be a good thing however as one supposedly B&W were tired of Game of Thrones. Forcing them to do a trilogy within the scope of the Star Wars universe may pigeon hole them again. Netflix will give them great freedom. I said in the other thread that Star Wars was the rebound part of a person moving between relationships.