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Girl Power Replacing Jonny Depp In New Pirates Of The Caribbean

Girl Power Replacing Jonny Depp In New Pirates Of The Caribbean

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Assuming that you already know that there has been “talk” about Jonny Depp being removed from the next adventure and that the new writer for the next movie is Christina Hodson, writer of Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey. I don’t think replacing Jonny Depp with “lots of girl power” is a good idea, here’s why.

There are a lot of female actors and characters whom I love but not because they’re female, but because of the writing and story. Take the reboot of “Ghost Busters” or “Charlie’s Angels 2019,” not very memorable in comparison to their counterparts. They could have been great movies but it was far too politicly charged. That could have been due to the gender hating fans and/or the media hyping up a narrative that may not have been the producer’s idea. The Twilight Saga might have had its moments but it wasn’t politicly charged.

News Media Replacing Hollywood

Lately, it feels as if every movie is being twisted into this new platform for narrative pushing. It’s as if Hollywood had been taken over by the news media. I sadly can’t vouch for others but I for one watch movies to break away from daily life and just unwind. But how are people supposed to do this if everywhere they go and look is nothing more than a narrative being pushed into your face? In terms of movies, the majority don’t wanna see “SJW 5” Or “Return Of The Narrative,” Even to those that do live such an angry lifestyle, that surely can’t be healthy, but I digress.

All Female Backlash

The reason a lot of all-female content ends up “struggling,” is that there’s so much underlining anger and frustration, pretty much negative energy that a lot of readers and watchers aren’t looking for. It’s a bit like how Steven’s Universe is a lovely cartoon, with clear underlines of a narrative if you look for it. I never really paid it any mind, until the fanbase really wanted to drive home the meaning in a way I found uncomfortable.

I feel people should just make a balanced movie, with balanced characters. You can make all characters female, sure, or all males, that’s just fine. But things change when the reason becomes a political narrative. Something that’s hard to avoid when your fanbase might try to push one onto your creation.

Lastly, I’ll end by stating that, rebooting a movie with an all-female cast shows the writer’s fear of failing and eagerness to belittle or combat the fans of the original. All to stir the pot for more drama, in the end turning your passion into a twisted monster, like a bad parent.

Sincerely,

The Bookkeeper

 

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Just A Few Words Of Thanks And What’s Next…

Just A Few Words Of Thanks And What’s Next…

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It’s been about 12 months since the first Kickstarter post; When Detective Red: I Choose You! reached $391. And another $300 for the 2nd Kickstarter named Detective Red: Love Or Lust. What I’ve decided to do is take both books and merge them into one. The first is a bit more of a prologue after all while the 2nd book is a little over 58,000 words. So from here on out, Detective Red: Love Or Lust is the first book this studio has published.

I was thinking about publishing the book with other places like Amazon and Google. And although it looks so much easier to do that than build up my library website and app, I’ve decided not to. After all, no one likes being told what not to create but I digress.

Now about Detective Red and other stories. It’s a big universe and every book in my library is connected. The book, Star Crossed, being the “center” of that universe. Being the first to be written, it’s the most important story.  However, I’ve decided to share with you other stories first, Detective Red, specifically. With a little bit of romance and action, I still find it hard to label this story properly. If I’m being honest, I think it’s less about Detective work and more about Abby, the bandaged up Abra. Abby and her growing sense of self while trying to handle her ever-expanding reality. Even I’m not too sure how it’ll play out for her. Lastly, I want to thank all of the Kickstarter supporters of this library. Your support big and small will help this studio grow and invest in bigger and better things. But first, the goal is to make and publish books and animations.

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Speaking of video content, thank you all for going to my little Candy’s live streams. Candy has helped my library reach 10,000 plus followers across the board. I’ve been doing my best to make PSManga.com/live a better place for viewers to watch Candy’s streams without Youtube and Twitch but feel free to watch Candy from anywhere you like, after all, I do make sure he’s able to stream to every platform at once.

Lastly, I’ve still not decided on the next story. What I’m going to do is let Detective Red’s story rest, for a little while so I can bring you another story. Bye-bye for now and thank you so much for following my library. I hope you enjoy the book.

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