Petition to Bob Iger, The Walt Disney Company
Make Leia an official Disney princess
After the tragic loss of Carrie Fisher, we feel that it is only fitting for Disney to do away with the rule that an official Disney princess must be animated and make Leia a full-fledged princess. This would be a wonderful way to remember Carrie and a welcoming to one of Disney's new properties that is beloved by millions. What we are asking is that the Walt Disney Corporation hold a full ceremony inducting Leia as the newest Disney princess as well as a special service in memory of Carrie Fisher. Art credit J.L. Moses 990031 on deviantart.com
Petition to George Walton Lucas Jr., The Walt Disney Company, Mark Richard Hamill
Force Disney to sell Star Wars back to George Lucas after they finish episode 9 (IX).
Force Disney to sell all the rights to Star Wars and Lucasfilm Ltd. LLC back to George Lucas after Disney finishes their version of episode 9 (IX). We all know Disney has completely ruined Star Wars from all aspects. The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi were absolute disasters. Just terrible Star Wars films. What they have done to simply earn huge mega billion dollar profits has destroyed Star Wars as a franchise and what it's really all about to fans that love it now and will come to love it in the future. Family, Spirituality through the force, A story to tell through a hero's journey, Politics, Power, Corruption, Good and Evil, all spread out amongst a diverse group of interesting characters and an amazing vast universe of its own, heavily influenced from and approved by the mind of George Lucas. Each Episode in the saga was very different from the others with varying plot lines in different parts of the overall story arc spread out in time and also with a portion of time passing between each film. Each episode had different planets or worlds with new ships and characters that didnt just look cool but actually contributed heavily to the story itself. The story of Skywalker and The Force. The story of Jedi and Sith. Of The Galactic Republic, Trade Federations, The Empire, and The Rebellion. These are all core values and aspects that the new sequel trilogy has completely lacked and purposely shit all over. The truth is that George Lucas should have never sold the rights to Star Wars and Lucasfilm to Disney in the first place. Sure, George Lucas made mistakes along the way with the franchise to many people's opinion, including my own (the original music in jabbas palace being replaced), but none of those mistakes, even selling it all to Disney, were even close to how horrible Disney has treated Star Wars as a universe and failed to grasp the concept of what Star Wars really means artistically and cinematicly. If George Lucas gets it all back under his control again after Disney finishes it's absolute God awful mockery and vision of a so called "sequel trilogy", then faith and order can be restored once more. It's very possible. The Canon can simply be changed leaving the Disney Trilogy as a spin off or alternate universe that would no longer be considered and included in Star Wars Canon, just as Disney did with all the Star Wars Legends material when they acquired Star Wars in 2012. It can all be fixed similar to just what Dragon Ball Z has tried to do with it's latest installments, stating that the wrong thing was created in Dragon Ball Z Kai and that it would not be considered Canon. A new story installment was then made in Dragon Ball Super that people (fans) liked and supported. George Lucas is only 73 years young and can still bring back Star Wars as the world has come to know and love it by making a sequel trilogy of his and Lucasfilms own if he can aquire it all back. Episodes 7 (VII), 8 (VIII), and 9 (IX) as George Lucas would have imagined it can be created to put a close to the whole story of Skywalker and replace the evil of what Disney has done. Then other side films or spin offs could be made regardless of who makes them because at that point it wouldn't matter as long as the final 3 episodes or sequel trilogy was remade the way it was invisoned and supposed to be all along. Please sign this petition to save Star Wars before it's too late. You (the fans) are it's only hope in convincing George Lucas and Disney to put a balance to the force by fixing what they have done. Thank you.
Petition to LucasFilm, The Walt Disney Company, Kathleen Kennedy, Rian Johnson
Lucasfilm, Please Give Carrie Fisher Top Billing in Star Wars: Episode VIII
Dear Kathleen Kennedy, Rian Johnson, and Star Wars Episode VIII Producers at Lucasfilm, There are few words to adequately express the grief most of the world is feeling in the wake of Carrie Fisher's passing. As you know to many people she was much more than a character, but an inspiration. An extremely talented and complicated woman on more levels that can be represented here. As Kathleen Kennedy so elequently herself stated: “Carrie also defined the female hero of our age over a generation ago. Her groundbreaking role as Princess Leia served as an inspiration of power and confidence for young girls everywhere.” What is evident in this challenging era of recognizing equal pay and representation for women in Hollywood and in other professions around the world is that Carrie Fisher, and the character she portrayed meant so much to so many people. Yet Carrie herself was always given less of a billing than her male co-stars. Even when her role was more substantial and encompassed more lines and work involved. Case in point: Carrie Fisher has always received third billing in Star Wars. In Episode VII it was behind both Harrison Ford and Mark Hammill even though Ford and Hamill's billings were reversed from their original trilogy order. However, despite having no dialogue and being in the film for only one scene Hamill still received second billing over Fisher. With Ford out of the saga, that leaves both Hammill and Fisher as the only two remaining of the original trio of actors to headline Star Wars: Episode VIII. There is a unique opportunity for Lucasfilm to right this wrong. To set an example that lives up to both Carrier Fishers legacy, and to honor the gravity and importance of the beloved character she has portrayed. On behalf of Star Wars fans everywhere I humbly request that Kathleen Kennedy, Mark Hammill, and Rian Johnson, do something unprecedented in Star Wars history: Please honor Carrie Fisher by giving her Top Billing in Star Wars: Episode VIII, her final film.
Petition to belgium, people, Bethesda, Walt Disney, The Walt Disney Company, Casino, gambe , gambling addiction, addiction, Council of the European Union, European Commission
STOP GAMEMAKERS FROM EXPLOITING THE YOUTH WITH PSYCHOLOGICAL CASINO SCHEMES
Gaming is destroying your children and emptying your bank accounts. Did you know that the game Star Wars: Battlefront II(2017) costs 60$? Okay then, did you know that it will take 4528 hours(375 days of non-stop 12-hour sessions of grinding) or $2100 to unlock the entirety of the game? STOP IT. Microtransactions have become the new standard of monetizing the game industry. It has been a thorn in the sides of gamers for a long time, but the trade-off was that the games was free, and what you bought was purely cosmetic. E.g. League of Legends and CS:GO. But recently, game industries have been trying new options. Like putting microtransactions in 60$ paid games, purposely made the game just barely fun enough. "But why should it be a problem? You can just stop buying their stuff, it's capatalistic freedom.. etc." True, and people with self-control won't have this issue. But, these companies are beginning to targeting the youth, who've just started earning their first buck. And they're using slot-machine tactics and casino psychology to trigger and manipulate young people into using their money, besides the 60$ they already paid. As so, like with casinos, where you don't pay to get in, there should be age restriction of 18-21+ years and entry wouldn't be allowed. Also there should be a slot-machine/microtransactions sticker/warning on every printed copy, so parents knows that the game is using manipulation. More info on the psychological aspect: https://imgur.com/account/favorites/PbThhBelgium doing something for the cause:https://imgur.com/account/favorites/1qIx7Look what other users says about this. 1/10 rating (Don't believe the "critics"):http://www.metacritic.com/game/playstation-4/star-wars-battlefront-ii Write to me on firstname.lastname@example.org if you feel something should be included. Feel free to share this anywhere you see fit.
Petition to xbox
A New Hope (for KotOR 3)
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 3 is a canceled video game by Obsidian Entertainment in the Knights of the Old Republic series and is a follow up to Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords.(wiki) This game was canceled in 2008. Since then, Disney has acquired Star Wars and Disney gave licensing of the games to Electronic arts(EA). I know I'm not alone when I say EA and/or Disney needs to green light this game finally. As fans we need to show there is still interest in this game!Since Disney restructured Star Wars canon, They effectively made almost all non-film and television Star Wars products non-canon. However, Disney seems to have some respect for KOTOR and as a result, The Old Republic saga in general may still be canon. There’s some evidence that speaks to this, namely with Star Wars Rebels referencing the Mandalorian Wars. The Mandalorian Wars were a conflict that KOTOR‘s plot revolves around, and if that event is still canon, it seems as though everything in KOTOR is also canon.TL;DR EA and/or Disney, Green Light Obsidian Entertainment to make KotOR 3! -JoeGT:Master Bob Bob
Petition to Kathleen Kennedy, Bob Iger
Disney & LFL we want Caravan of Courage, Ewoks 2, Droids & Ewok's Cartoons on Disney+
We the Star Wars fans want the two ewok movies Caravan of Courage and Ewok: The Battle for Endor, Droids and Ewok Cartoons released on Disneyplus since Jon Favreau said the films inspired him while he made The Mandalorian at Star Wars Celebration in Chicago. Kathleen Kennedy said Disney+ will be the home to all Star Wars and both these movies were made by George Lucas and Lucasfilm so they are Star Wars films. George Lucas wrote the story for both movies. Joe Johnston was the Production Designer on both movies and 2nd assistant director on The Battle For Endor. Ian Bryce was the Associate Producer on Ewoks: The Battle for Endor. ILM General manager Thomas Smith Produced both films. These movies are very much apart of the original Star Wars and are Legacy films not legends or EU because Lucasfilm made them. They were released in America on Television in 1984 and 1985, shortly after Return of Jedi came out. Caravan of Courage was nominated for two Emmy awards "Best Children's Program" and "Best Visual Effects" for which it won. Eric Walker won a "Special Award" from the Academy of Family Films. These movies were release overseas theatrically and are remembered by millions of fans worldwide. In the USA Caravan of Courage was one of the highest rated movies on television being the ratings success of the two movies and seen by 65 million people who all watched and enjoyed these now classic films. So, we petition and request that both movies and the Droids and Ewok Cartoons be released along with the rest of Star Wars were it belongs. If Disney+ is really home to all of Star Wars then leaving the two Ewok movies out would be wrong so they need to be included. So, Hey Disney and Lucasfilm we want them released!
Petition to Veronica Espinosa Cabalinan : Country Head of The Walt Disney Company Philippines, Cinema Exhibitors Association of The Philippines
Release Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker in December in the Philippines.
With the release of Star Wars Episode IX: Rise of Skywalker currently slated to be release on January 7, 2020 as opposed to the Asian release schedule of December 19,2019. We request that the Walt Disney Company Philippines release Star Wars Episode IX on December 19, 2019 giving it a short run six day run before the start of the Metro Manila Film Festival and returning after the said film festival on January 7, 2020. The reason for this request as this being the last one of the Skywalker saga which majority of Star Wars fans are looking forward to it's climactic end and to avoid the spoiler culture that is rampant on the internet. To all my fellow Star Wars fans, may you be a Jedi; a Sith, a member of the Resistance or the First Order, I urge you to sign this petition that our voices will be heard. May The Force Be With You!
Petition to The Walt Disney Company
Disney Should Allow The Alamo Drafthouse To Show Their Older Films
What can I say I love going to the Alamo Drafthouse? Not only that, but also I am both a huge Disney fan and a huge Star Wars fan. When it comes to the Alamo Drafthouse in general, I love going there to not just to enjoy some delicious food they serve, but also at the same time, they don’t just show newer movies, they also show older movies as well. And when it comes to when major movie theaters like the Alamo Drafthouse get to show older movies in general, we got Universal, Warner Bros, Sony, MGM and, at one point, Fox as well as GKids who are typically willing to allow major movie theaters like the Alamo Drafthouse to show not just their newer releases, but also their older movies as well. However, one major company who would regularly miss out on allowing major movie theaters like the Alamo Drafthouse to show their older movies would be none other than Disney, in which is a total shame, since are many great reasons why I feel Disney should allow the Alamo Drafthouse most of their older movies: 1. Anyone who knows Disney should know that this is a family company. 2. Disney has not only made a major impact in the world of animation, but they’ve also made a major impact in the world of film in general. Heck, not only did Disney deliver beloved animated classics like Snow White, Pinocchio, Fantasia, Bambi, Cinderella, Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, Sleeping Beauty, The Jungle Book, The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin and The Lion King, but also they own a couple of movies that are regularly celebrated by moviegoers in general such as Mary Poppins, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Tron, The Avengers, Guardians of the Galaxy, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Toy Story, Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Anastasia, The Sound of Music, Dodgeball and Ice Age. 3. Disney would’ve made as much money as they would when they release new movies as well as when they do stuff like Disney+. Now, this is never for me to say that Disney can never release anymore newer movies nor is it for me to say that they can never do stuff like Disney+ either for I am strongly excited about Disney+ when it launches. Every time Walt Disney Animation Studios, Pixar, Marvel Studios, Lucasfilm and Blue Sky all do get to make anymore new movies, I’d be willing to pay to see them when they do come out in theaters for sure. However, at the same time, I would also be willing to pay to see any older animated Disney movies that exist, whether it would be from Walt Disney Animation Studios or from DisneyToon Studios or from Pixar or even films like Who Framed Roger Rabbit or Tbe Nightmare Before Christmas at my local Alamo. I would also be willing to pay to see any older Marvel movies at my local Alamo. I would also be willing to pay to see any of the first 6 Star Wars movies as well as Rogue One at my local Alamo. I would also be willing to pay to see various Disney or Fox movies through Movie Parties. I would also be willing to pay to see various Disney, Pixar, Fox and Blue Sky films through Kids Camp. I would also be willing to pay to see films such as Song of the South and The Princess and the Frog through Black Is, Black Ain’t. I would also pay to attend to the Beauty and the Beast Feast as long as they show the original film. I would also pay to see films like The Simpsons Movie and Isle of Dogs as well. And if you’re really one of those people in whom would really want to see your favorite Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and Fox movies to be played at the Alamo Drafthouse, don’t ask the Alamo to do so for they would’ve agreed with me on that particular idea alone. However, ask Disney themselves to make that a reality.