Disney Redubs Louis C.K.’s Character in W1 & W3
I think if we’re talking in general, this trend has already started somewhat — not just wth C.K., but also Kevin Spacey in All the Money in the World — but it might not go beyond that due to the difficulties in actually wiping out someone’s previous work. C.K.’s case worked because it was just a few lines in an animated television show, whereas in Spacey’s case the film was not yet released, and in both cases, there was likely the allure of positive PR and media coverage. Outside of that though, Hollywood’s response still seems to be largely dictated by costs and benefits, rather than a moral stand against sexual misconduct. Indeed, I have yet to hear news of any changes to the properties that were produced by Harvey Weinstein or John Lasseter.

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RE: Disney Redubs Louis C.K.’s Character in W1 & W3 - by ReptilePatrol - 12-27-2017, 10:23 AM

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