Basically they liked shooting it and are upset, but understand that they wanted to make a different movie
So how much of their version, more specifically the footage, will be used?
Good for them, very well-adjusted. I woulda been like Ron Burgundy, stumbling round town drinking milk.
This really does seem like Disney's fault. They hired two people known exclusively for making very silly movies and tv shows, and then weren't happy when they started making something very silly.
Give me the hidden-camera, hot-mic interview. Until then I assume they were flipped like a bad car wreck.
I hope this gives them time to get together with Bill Lawrence to write the Clone High movie that I have been waiting for so patiently.
Let's not bash Lord & Miller. Let's not bash Kennedy. It was just, like they described, a break up.
I imagine that Kathy and Lary had a very set way of how his script should be approached to make sure it's the best, authentic SW experience about Han.
From what I've heard (i.e. rumours), it seems Lord & Miller tried to morph the script into something different, more comedic and less sardonic and I guess Larry and Kathy saw that it just took too much of the essential character core of what Makes Han, Han.
I'm sure it was a difficult decision but Kathleen is a veteran producer who's been in the business a long time, she knows what she's doing. I'm cautiously optimistic, more so now that Lord and Miller are off the project because I didn't actually believe they were a good fit, a bit of a left-field choice and it seems my thoughts and fears were same as Kathleen's.
I'm WAYYY more interested as to what, in 2017, these guys had to say at a panel about Clone High. Why is that a thing?! This is awesome! Wish I could've been there for that.
Let's not forget that they were kicked off for making Alden Ehrenreich, who plays Solo, do things that were 'Ace Ventura-esque'.
They've made a couple decent movies, but wildly misjudged to helm the movie.