The Mouse has spoken. Kathleen Kennedy is *not* being fired.
We knew from the beginning–at least, people who had brains and working functional memories of the Prequels–that the reboot of Star Wars had absolutely no shred of a chance of being good. Hollywood hates sincerity. Hollywood hates black villainy and bright heroism. Hollywood resents heroes. Hollywood despises heroines. Hollywood screenwriters can’t write dialogue. Hollywood scripts target a specialized target audience of 18-25 year olds who have had their brains surgically removed; they are incapable of making a film that has broad appeal to all demographics. Hollywood Delenda Est.
Kathleen Kennedy signed off on TLJ and, more critically, Solo, the first outright bomb in Star Wars history. Now her contract has been extended three more years.
Guys, this is a good thing. Now no one will harbor any hope. Now we know what we are going to get from Disney Star Wars. Now we know what to do.
The Soycott is on. Do not buy, do not attend. Do not even pirate, it won’t be worth it. Starve the Mouse.
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