Hadrian sunrider said:
The plan is overvalued as it doesn’t take into account audience rejection
Audiences might not like where you are about to take this franchise, it doesn’t matter if you planned it from the beginning, the second you implement it the audience will reject it.
Audiences don’t like Rey or the fact that she is going to restore the Jedi order, no amount of execution is going to save an idea that audiences simply won’t accept.
What are you talking about? I have heard that people have specific issues with Rey, but I’ve never heard people outright dismiss her character or dislike the idea of her restoring the Jedi Order.
The fantastic beasts franchise is obviously meticulously planned, but audiences don’t like the shit Rowling is selling from a foundational level.
That franchise doesn’t seem meticulously planned to me at all; the first movie was about fantastic beasts but the second one treats them as an afterthought. If that was always the plan, then they would have named the series 'Grindlewald and Friends."
Planning for palpatine’s return since the beginning isn’t going to make the idea any less shitty
That’s true, which is why they weren’t planning for Palpatine’s return from the beginning.
You might be put in a situation where audiences demand something other than you planned and you will have to scrap your story and reboot mid series in order to avoid audience rejection.
Again, who cares about audience ‘rejection’ if you’re confident in your story?
Which puts us back to where we came from with the ST(and how episode 9 came out of nowhere)
We don’t need a plan, we need good ideas
A good idea is worthless without committed execution; in other words, a plan.
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Episode 9 Rewrite, The Starlight Project (Released!) and ANH Technicolor Project (Released!)