A New Hope For Star Wars

in movie •  6 months ago

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Disney Considers Firing Kathleen Kennedy

I woke up as I do every morning, but for some reason today just felt a little bit different.

I got ready for work then sat down to enjoy my morning coffee, took out my phone out to catch up on what was happening all over the world, and there is was. The headline stood out like a bright light in the darkness, I instantly felt like a child on Christmas morning, "Disney considering firing Kathleen Kennedy". Firstly I couldn't actually believe it to be true, thought it was click bate and went through the the five stages of within seconds, denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance.

It looks like the protests from us the true Star Wars fans has not fallen on def ears, apparently the head of Disney, CEO Bob Iger held a secret meeting with Disney top brass, including the head of Pixar and Marvel, on ways to fix the broken franchise. Basically he wants Kennedy out because of her direction with the franchise, and literally running this billion dollar franchise into the ground by pushing the SJW and feminist narrative. It wasn't just that they were pushing the narrative but it was dictating the entire story line of the film, which was a great injustice to the massive fan base that Star Wars has, then we fans complained about the shitty writing and disrespect of the characters and history of Star Wars, they were called racist and sexist.

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"Powerful you have become, the dark side I sense in you." - Yoda

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Bob Iger knows it is a shit show and wants to replace Kennedy, but the problem now is that no one wants the job as head of Lucasfilm. The reason for this seems to be an internal one, there are two sides the loyal Star Wars fan who have been there since the beginning and all the new people Kennedy brought in, the "Force is Female" people who are all about their personal politics more than what is good for Star Wars. Force Awakens director J. J. Abrams was offered the position but flat out declined as well as a few others, due to the split within the company. Some fans have put forward Dave Filoni, who was hand picked and closely worked with George Lucas on Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels, and is probably the best candidate for the job when it comes to the creative side, but lacks the business experience. I personally can't think of anyone better for the job.

"The story being told in 'Star Wars' is a classic one. Every few hundred years, the story is retold because we have a tendency to do the same things over and over again. Power corrupts, and when you're in charge, you start doing things that you think are right, but they're actually not." - George Lucas

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The biggest mistake was this franchise ever being sold to Disney. This was bound to happen the moment Lucas gave it over. He is the creative genius of this franchise and he basically sent it off to its demise. I can't believe he did it, to be honest.


The prequels weren't good. Rogue one is one of the better Star Wars movies. TFA made over 2 billion, TLJ made 1.3 million. People freaked out and boycotted for some reason (bunch of pansies) and now they're making it seem that Solo is the worst movie to ever be put in theaters. The franchise is far from demise. Their streaming service comes out in 2019 so expect more Star Wars content, already multiple series lined up.

Is it too late to save the star wars franchise at this point? I heard they're in the works for a Bobafett movie. It's like everyone has run out of ideas and is scrambling to put whatever they can to market. The sci fi genre needs something fresh.


I heard that they have actually put all the side standalone projects on hold include, and are only focusing on episode 9 to make sure it does not go the same way as Solo

Well, I don't know so much about the staff and authority of Disney but I love everything that they showcased in the market, loved so much but now I will have to be updated myself in terms of authority.

The greatest teacher failure is.