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Articles like these below have the recent press release of her new role at Lucasfilm:
Kathleen Kennedy, Spielberg's longtime producer, said she wouldn't speculate on other Spielberg plans to rethink older films, but she considers the changes to "E.T." minor compared with Lucas' "Star Wars" revisions.
"There's no comparison, because George went in and he redid whole scenes and sequences," she said. In contrast, "E.T." is receiving "a wide variety of subtle changes."
"I don't quite understand what the controversy is all about," Kennedy said. "It would be a big controversy if the studio was going in making a bunch of changes to movies and then releasing DVDs because they felt the movie was better or something. But if a director is reissuing a movie and wants to go in and make adjustments, that's entirely up to the vision of the director."
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Here is a 4 part interview with her and Frank Marshall. (mostly about Benjamin Buttons)
Listening to this and other interviews, there's a repeated sense of a want of the people they work with to feel like family. This is something Lucas had wanted for his Ranch folks. But that's hard to accomplish as the company is thousands strong and many are contracted on a job-by-job basis.