Replace Kathleen Kennedy with Dave Filoni as the new president of Lucasfilm

Replace Kathleen Kennedy with Dave Filoni as the new president of Lucasfilm

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Chris Mcmullen started this petition to The Walt Disney Company

As everyone knows, the sequels were terrible and it is scar on the Star Wars franchise. With no sense of direction and a quest for money, the sequels do not add to the overall Star Wars story but just open new holes. What was the point of Darth Vader making his decision to throw Palpatine to his death and save his son, if Palpatine just returns stronger than ever? Kathleen Kennedy is the one who is responsible for this mess. She was appointed by Disney with the one goal of making tons of money and it is clear to most people that someone should replace her as president and chief producer of Lucasfilm.

The most obvious replacement would be Dave Filoni. He is mostly known for his masterpiece, Star Wars the Clone Wars and directing episodes of the Mandalorian. He was able to turn despised prequel characters into like-able characters. Many people think of the Clone Wars as a kids TV show. They are Wrong. With dark plots and graphic violence Filoni finished his masterpiece with an emotional ending and with an overall rating of 93% and with three 9.9 rated episodes and one 9.8. For reference, there is only 26 9.9 rated TV episodes and Dave Filoni has 3 of them on an animated TV show. This means that Dave Filoni has 11.5% of all 9.9 episodes and he was able to do it with a limited budget. Imagine what he could do with the wealth of Disney.

Everyone knows Disney is not short on money and it is time that they put more effort into their work rather than making low quality movies in order to grow their company. Dave Filoni loves Star Wars and he produces the highest quality content in Star Wars and in all television. This is why Dave Filoni should replace Kathleen Kennedy as President of Lucasfilm.

 

 

 

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