Petition to The Walt Disney Company
Have Disney strike Star Wars Episode VIII from the official canon.
Star Wars has long been a story about two things, the Jedi and Luke Skywalker. After over 260 novels where we could follow the adventures of that great hero you, the Walt Disney Company decided to strike all of that from the official canon and wiped out three decades of lore. We were excited to see Episode VII to see how our heroes lives turned out since you took away what we knew. We saw the death of Han Solo, we saw less than a minute of Luke Skywalker. Episode VIII was a travesty. It completely destroyed the legacy of Luke Skywalker and the Jedi. It destroyed the very reasons most of us, as fans, liked Star Wars. This can be fixed. Just as you wiped out 30 years of stories, we ask you to wipe out one more, the Last Jedi. Remove it from canon, push back Episode IX and re-make Episode VIII properly to redeem Luke Skywalker's legacy, integrity, and character.We stuck by you when you did things that hurt us before, so we ask you now, please don't let this film stand. Don't do this to us. Don't take something so many of us loved so much and destroy it like this. Let us keep our heroes.
Petition to ABC Network
Save Tim Allen's Show "Last Man Standing"
Despite consistently high rankings, especially considering the time slot in which it is aired, Tim Allen's show "Last Man Standing" has been cancelled by the network on which it is aired, ABC. Last Man Standing stands out in the sea of network television sitcoms. It is a show that appeals to a broad swath of Americans who find very few shows that extol the virtues with which they can identify; namely conservative values. Last Man Standing was not just selling conservative ideals though, as some of the characters in the show are clearly of the liberal persuasion, yet the characters on the show all manage to get along and take care of one another, despite their politically opposed views. The show is about more than politics though, it is about family. In fact, politics is only a secondary part of the show, but one in which many Americans can readily identify. Last Man Standing is one of the only shows on broadcast television, and the only sitcom, that is not constantly shoving liberal ideals down the throats of the viewers. And sadly, that is likely the real reason the show has been cancelled. The intent of this petition/boycott is to attempt to get ABC to renew the show. With that in mind, I will no longer be watching any ABC shows. I have cancelled the DVR settings for the other ABC shows that I regularly watch. If you want to help try to save Last Man Standing, I encourage you to do the same. Even if you are not willing to boycott the network, but still want to save the show, please sign this petition and share it. If you do plan to boycott ABC, please say so when you sign. Let them hear our voices.
Petition to The Walt Disney Company, Lucasfilm Ltd
Bring the Old Republic era of Star Wars to Netflix
It's no surprise to anyone that the Star Wars franchise has experienced a massive resurgence lately, with The Force Awakens released last year and this year with the upcoming Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. However, it's about time that the stories from over 3,000 years before the Battle of Yavin be told to both new and old fans of the franchise. The Knights of the Republic series of games as well as the MMORPG Star Wars: The Old Republic serve as the main vehicles to tell stories of characters such as Darth Revan, Darth Malak, Bastila Shan, Darth Traya, Meetra Surik, Darth Malgus, Satele Shan, and the list goes on. The popularity of this era in Star Wars history is felt throughout the fanbase, and I feel it would do a massive disservice to us if these stories weren't told. Why Netflix was chosen was because of the wealth of great content they have produced over the years, such as Narcos, House of Cards, and especially everything that Marvel has done and is still currently working on. Not only that, but Netflix can serve as a platform to tell these stories as they were meant to be portrayed: dark, foreboding, and a touch on the mature side. This can also give us fans our healthy dose of Star Wars while we're waiting on the new movies or the new season of Star Wars Rebels. The Old Republic era is a pivotal point in the Star Wars timeline because that's where everything changed, from the Jedi Civil War and the fall of Revan, the First Jedi Purge, and an omnipresent darkness that not only watched the chaos from afar but also kick-started the downfall. Our fanbase would love to see this on Netflix, and I feel that you would enjoy creating and adapting these stories as much as we would enjoy watching them.
Petition to The Walt Disney Company
Have Disney Stream The Last Jedi for Hospital-Bound Kids!
Fight Cancer with Star Wars! Let's petition Disney to provide a secure stream of The Last Jedi for any Star Wars fans, who are stuck in the hospital or unable to make it to the theater. I was recently trapped in the hospital myself battling cancer and I was afraid I would miss the movie in theaters. So I started a campaign on Twitter to raise awareness for all the kids stuck in my position, and I ended up getting the attention of Mark Hamill and Laura Dern! Join the cause to fight cancer and make Star Wars streamable for the kids who need it most! There is another petition that has been getting a lot of attention to strike The Last Jedi from canon and remake the entire movie. Now, I respect if you did not like the movie, just don't see it again and stop whining. At least give others the chance to see it first and make up their own minds. But do you really expect Disney to pull the plug on the biggest cash cow of its career just to appease a bunch of nerds, who didn't like seeing Luke Skywalker with a beard? Also, it is extremely disrespectful to the memory of Carrie Fisher, as well as anyone who worked on the movie to request that they erase it from existence like Alderaan. Star Wars clearly means a lot to so many people, but rather than petition Disney to remove a perfectly good film from the world, why not make it available to hospitalized kids, who need a spark of hope in their bleak situations? Join the cause to petition Disney to make The Last Jedi streamable for all those fighting the real battle. Help me, internet, you're my only hope.
Petition to The Walt Disney Company, Disney Channel
Bizaardvark Season 3 Special
Since the Disney Channel show Bizaardvark has been renewed for a 3rd season this year, I've figured I should help them with this whether an episode or a special. I think it's kinda nice to help the people, but it's a great one to watch as a fan of Disney Channel. I can ask you this: What if Bizaardvark would make an episode that's based on The Wizard of Oz? I already got the name Ozaardvark since last year and got the characters in the show for the roles. It can be a funny one to see for viewers young and old. Each show you've seen past and present has references to the movie and such just because it's legend in movie history, but this should be a perfect one to see for both Oz fans and Bizaardvark fans. If I can help with this, then so can you. I don't care what they say about the show or its stars, it's an amazing one to watch and we can all expect an episode or special like this occur unless we help. Also, this may work without 2 of the show's creators Josh Lehrman & Kyle Stegina since I've learned that they left, but we can all hope that it'll be fine without them 'cuz we can always remember that it is they who started it in the first place, nobody else. Sign this petition please and share it. #Ozaardvark
Petition to Warner Brothers
Base the fate of the King Arthur: Legend of the Sword movie franchise on viewer ratings!
King Arthur: Legend of the Sword is a stunning, entertaining, action-packed, artistic, unique twist on an age old story. Guy Ritchie and an amazing cast managed to turn the famous tale into something refreshing and new. However, due to poor marketing, problems with the release date and negative critic reviews, the film failed to perform in the box office. My husband and I are both movie lovers. We go to movies regularly and anticipate the upcoming releases of films we are interested in. One day we were walking through Walmart and we passed a King Arthur cardboard cutout. I turned to my husband and asked him if he knew what it was for; maybe a new video game? At that point the movie had already been released in theaters and neither my husband or I had heard anything about it. We'd never seen anything promoting the movie, not even a single preview. Shortly after, we came across a few negative critic reviews. Later in the week my parents asked if we'd seen the King Arthur movie. They raved about it. A few days later some friends recommended it, then a neighbor, then a co-worker....... The only reason we saw this movie was because of the phenomenal, awe-inspiring word of mouth recommendations we received. The fate of a film should not be determined by poor marketing and a few critics that don't represent the overall population, but by viewer demand and popularity. The ratings for this movie are incredibly positive and the fan base for a movie franchise is large enough to support the production of subsequent films. We petition Warner Bros. to continue the King Arthur movie franchise; with Guy Ritchie as director and the same incredible cast. We ask that you improve your marketing strategies and promote any upcoming films in a manner that better represents them as the magnificent films they are and could be. Continue the Legend!
Petition to HiT Entertainment
Restore And Release The Director's Cut of Thomas And The Magic Railroad
When Thomas And The Magic Railroad was released in the summer of 2000, the reception was negative and the reviews were unfavorable because of the story that seemed to have been off and when it was released in the UK, critics were unfamiliar with Shining Time Station and accused the film for Americanizing Thomas. Because of the poor reviews and the reception of the film, Writer/Director Britt Allcroft was forced to stand down as chairman of The Britt Allcroft Company and was renamed Gullane Entertainment and removed from the creative side of Thomas. Then In February of 2007, everything changed when a member of SiF found a copy of the script for Thomas And The Magic Railroad dated May 19th 1999. What was written inside the script and released in July 2000 was very different revealing major scenes and plots that were cut. The main villain, PT Boomer was described as a drifter through choice and was Burnett Stone's adversary and the one who crashed Lady not Diesel 10. PT Boomer was jealous of the relationship Burnett had with Tasha and he bullied Burnett into allowing him to take Lady for a ride and crashed her in revenge. Afterwards he left Shining Time and Burnett tried to restore her but to no avail. He returns forty years later, bent on completing his revenge by finding and destroying Lady once and for all. Boomer would spend most of his time throughout the movie confronting Burnett Stone and Billy Twofeathers and digging into Muffle Mountain looking for Lady. He doesn't have any connections with Diesel 10 and doesn't believe in magic. In March of 2000, Britt Allcroft had to do a test screening in a shopping mall and was forced to make drastic cuts. PT Boomer (played by Doug Lennox) was cut out of the film because parents said he was too frightening for the kids. Alongside with Doug Lennox was the original voice talent: Fireman and part time Taxi Driver, John Bellis became involved with the movie when he picked Britt Allcroft up from the airport. When Britt heard John utter a few words, she realized she found the voice of Thomas and offered him the part. When interviewed by BBC News, he said: "I'm a bit shell shocked and I have to keep pinching myself to remind myself that it had really happened." Unfortunately during the screening, test audiences didn't like his Liverpudlian accent that John used for Thomas and complained that he made Thomas sound too old. The part went to Eddie Glen. John Bellis said he was gutted but wished them well. Michael Angelis the UK narrator for Thomas, voiced James and Percy for the film, but test audiences argued that he too sounded too old and the parts for James and Percy went to Susan Roman and Linda Ballantyne. Australian actor Keith Scott voiced Diesel 10 but he was dropped when the test audience said he sounded too scary. The part went to Neil Crone who improvised most of the dialogue and first voiced Diesel 10 using a gruff Russian accent. Afterwards somebody was worried they might find it offensive so he had to do it again with more of a New Jersey accent. For the next few months Britt Allcroft and editor Ron Wisman worked on many revisions and finished in late June. Many years later, the cast and fans believed the film would have been less then a flop if the film stayed the way it was meant to be. Russell Means who played Billy Twofeathers supported a release for the director's cut and Britt Allcroft is trying to find a way to get it screened. Upon the discovery of the chase scene and the japanese trailer featuring PT Boomer, I decided to start this petition to restore and release the director's cut of the film by looking for the original film elements and re-edit PT Boomer scenes and the original voices back to Thomas And The Magic Railroad and try to rehire Hummie Mann to write a new musical score treatment since PT Boomer was gone by the time he arrived. With your support, we can bring Britt Allcroft's true film back from out of the shadows and into the light and make her dream come true.
Petition to ABC, The CW, FOX Broadcasting Company, NBC, CBS
Bring Back Saturday Morning Programming
Your attention please, I am a big fan of animation. Saturday morning cartoons were always very relaxing and enjoyable. Whether you’re old school (‘60s – ‘00s) or new school (present), Saturday mornings cartoons were the best. Today, Saturday mornings are cartoonless on broadcast network TV (ABC, Fox, CBS, & The CW.) programming and a lot of people have had their childhoods taken away since they’ve shut it down back in 2014. This must change immediately. There are many folks out there like me who want cartoons to return to Saturday mornings on broadcast TV and I will show the many Saturday morning cartoon lovers out there by starting this petition. All of the many signatures gathered will prove that Saturday morning cartoon shows must RETURN! This is our time to bring it back! Please sign and share this. #BringBackSaturdayMorning