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Apparently there's all these stories flying around that Kathleen Kennedy is getting fired, and stand alones are getting canceled. 

I've seen conflicting stories, but I cant help but get my Hope's up that she will get fired. 

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Saw Solo last night and it's like this mish mash of things I really, really liked and being bored. I'd give it a B- or a B on a good day.

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Kathleen Kennedy is great and it would be retarded to fire her. They won't.

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Yes so wonderful to have the first movie in the trilogy unmade by the second movie. So excited to see where that last cliff hanger takes the series. 

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Great news!!! Good riddance!! Its time for a change. She brings nothing to the table, I have no idea how she was put in charge of this whole thing 

Maybe she was banging Rian Johnson and thats why he got signed for a trilogy of his own? 

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Star Wars fans will always hate whoever is in charge. They bullied the fuck out of George Lucas, to the point where when asked about making more Star Wars movies he said “Why would I make any more, when everybody yells at you all the time and says what a terrible person you are?" George gave Star Wars to Kathleen, so now she has inherited all the hate.

The funny thing is now that George is gone, Star Wars fans have gone back to loving him. These people say they hate the sequels "because it's not George's vision." Ironically, they're mostly the same people who hated George's prequels.

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7 hours ago, Cheerios4u98 said:

Star Wars fans will always hate whoever is in charge. They bullied the fuck out of George Lucas, to the point where when asked about making more Star Wars movies he said “Why would I make any more, when everybody yells at you all the time and says what a terrible person you are?" George gave Star Wars to Kathleen, so now she has inherited all the hate.

The funny thing is now that George is gone, Star Wars fans have gone back to loving him. These people say they hate the sequels "because it's not George's vision." Ironically, they're mostly the same people who hated George's prequels.

To be fair he was making some sub-par movies. He should of gotten others to do them and not surrounded himself with yes men.

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People were anti- Kathleen Kennedy the minute she was announced. Despite having an absolutely amazing track record.

Have to think there is some sexism going on there.

She's cranked out four awesome SW movies, it would be idiotic to even think about firing her based on the complaints of right wing douchers.

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Saw this last night. TLJ: remade by dudes on the internet

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1 minute ago, Ghent said:

Saw this last night. TLJ: remade by dudes on the internet

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I'd watch it.  What the hell is Finn supposed to be doing though? 

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A total noob. Why would they ever hire her?

 

Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) (associate to Steven Spielberg)

Poltergeist (1982) (associate producer)

E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982) (producer)

Twilight Zone: The Movie (1983) (associate producer) (segment 2)

Gremlins (1984) (executive producer)

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984) (associate producer)

The Color Purple (1985) (producer)

Young Sherlock Holmes (1985) (executive producer)

Back to the Future (1985) (executive producer)

The Goonies (1985) (executive producer)

Fandango (1985) (executive producer)

An American Tail (1986) (executive producer)

The Money Pit (1986) (producer)

*batteries not included (1987) (executive producer)

Empire of the Sun (1987) (producer)

Innerspace (1987) (co-executive producer)

The China Odyssey: 'Empire of the Sun', a Film by Steven Spielberg (1987) (associate producer)

The Land Before Time (1988) (co-executive producer)

Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988) (executive producer)

Always (1989) (producer)

Back to the Future Part II (1989) (executive producer)

Dad (1989) (executive producer)

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989) (associate producer)

Tummy Trouble (1989) (executive producer)

Arachnophobia (1990) (producer)

Gremlins 2: The New Batch (1990) (executive producer)

Roller Coaster Rabbit (1990) (executive producer)

Back to the Future Part III (1990) (executive producer)

Joe Versus the Volcano (1990) (executive producer)

Hook (1991) (producer)

An American Tail: Fievel Goes West (1991) (executive producer)

Cape Fear (1991) (executive producer)

A Brief History of Time (1991) (executive producer) (uncredited)

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Noises Off (1992) (executive producer)

Schindler's List (1993) (executive producer)

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A Far Off Place (1993) (executive producer)

Trail Mix-Up (1993) (executive producer)

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The Best of Roger Rabbit (1996) (executive producer)

The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997) (executive producer)

A Map of the World (1999) (producer)

Snow Falling on Cedars (1999) (producer)

The Sixth Sense (1999) (producer)

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The Sports Pages (2001) (TV) (executive producer)

Signs (2002) (executive producer)

The Young Black Stallion (2003) (executive producer)

Seabiscuit (2003) (producer)

Munich (2005) (producer)

War of the Worlds (2005) (producer)

Persepolis (2007) (executive producer)

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (2007) (producer)

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (2008) (producer)

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008) (executive producer)

Ponyo (2009) (U.S. version co-producer)

The Last Airbender (2010) (executive producer)

Hereafter (co-producer with Clint Eastwood, Robert Lorenz & Steven Spielberg) (2010)

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The last jedi "kingdom of the Crystal skull" fucked the entire series. 

I haven't had any real issues with any of the other movies. Force awakens and Rogue One weren't bad at all. 

Just goes to show that you can build 1000 bridges but if you suck one cock they dont call you a bridge builder. 

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It is kind of strange that apparently they didn't plan out the new set of films.

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They let directors have creative freedom, but I think it's foolish to believe the message board narrative that it was all just thrown together on a whim.

There are more intricacies in TLJ than in possible any SW. to think they would put that much thought into minute plot details with no general sense of where this is going in the end is dumb. People forget that this is the 2nd of a trilogy. If they blew the entire load on #2, no one would care about #3.

Also- scenes like the Snoke thrown room..Snoke narrating Kylo killing him, just as the Emperor wanted Luke to do in RotJ. this time it actually happens

TLJ is way deeper than people give it credit for. they're too hung up on the plot not advancing exactly as they had planned in their mind for two years. i felt this way at first too

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They literally didn't plan out the entire series. Any story line the force awakens set up was totally done away with and nobody progressed. Rey is still basically the same. Kylo Ren is the biggest disappointment of a villain. 

It's like they did one of those elementary school projects where one person starts a drawing, then you pass it along for someone else to finish. 

 

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Which I'm not against necessarily. I just think it's kind of crazy they did it that way.

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22 minutes ago, Alan Rickman said:

They literally didn't plan out the entire series. Any story line the force awakens set up was totally done away with and nobody progressed. Rey is still basically the same. Kylo Ren is the biggest disappointment of a villain.

Well first off, it didn't undo anything about TFA storyline. And I thought everyone here hated that movie anyway? People will complain about anything.

omg TFA sucks, SW ruined! OMG TLJ undid everything about TFA, SW ruined!

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