This didn't age well.
I am not blaming him, but he should have been more red- (or maybe black-?)pilled about Disney and women, then this would have never happened. He was a fool to trust these people.
Can you imagine the sheer amount of original Lucas style creativity and soul we could have gotten? What they have done is murder on a spiritual/artistic level.
However, let's look at the bright side. This will stand as a lesson for generations to come, a lesson to not be seduced by evil and pretty lies, to do what's right.
The way Bob Iger schemed to take over Star Wars decades in advance is, at least in terms of malice and cunning, very comparable to how Palpatine in Lucas' story took over the republic. Lucas understood the nature and calculus of evil, but in the end, despite it all, he was fooled in a moment of weakness.
This may sound crazy, but I wouldn't even be surprised at this point if all the prequel "backlash" was Bob Iger's construct in some shape or form, to wear Lucas down and make him more susceptible.
They figured out that people no longer trust the critics score, so they are going after the audience score instead now.
"She has a certificate"
It's literally Newspeak: The government says it's true, so it's true.
How many fingers do you see?
This could actually work. Hear me out! The original was about a man who's disconnected from his masculinity. Imagine this for the female reboot: A constantly aggressive angry SJW woman with lentil hair meets her feminine side in the form of Stacy ... in the end she reintegrates her femininity with herself and becomes a whole human being again. :)
I hope it will be the exact opposite. A constantly aggressive angry SJW woman with lentil hair meets her feminine side in the form of Stacy ... in the end she reintegrates her femininity with herself and becomes a whole human being again. :)
basiert und rotgepillt
I literally never heard of her. Who the fuck is she and what is her content about?
After hearing the full context, she probably just sucks at English and meant "put them on the spot".
The irony is strong with this one.