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Ben Shapiro’s Attack On Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy Backfires Brutally

It didn’t take long for Ben Shapiro’s quip to be ripped apart by the denizens of X. Writer-director Joe Russo posted a simple comparison of all of Kennedy’s successes compared to Shapiro’s. “Kathleen Kennedy: Indiana Jones, Poltergeist, ET, Gremlins, Back to the Future, The Goonies, Batteries Not Included, Who Framed Roger Rabbit Cape Fear, Schindler’s List, Jurassic Park, Twister, Star Wars (and more),” Russo wrote. “Failed Screenwriter Ben Shapiro: Lady Ballers.”

Trolls like to ignore all the work Kennedy was a part of prior to the “Star Wars” sequels began: her eight Academy Award nominations for Best Picture, her co-founding of Amblin Entertainment with Steven Spielberg, and her status as the third-highest-grossing producer ever at the global box office. They also ignore the fact that “The Force Awakens’ is the fifth-highest-grossing movie ever made, that “The Last Jedi” is number 20, or that “Rogue One” and “The Rise of Skywalker” are both in the top 50.

Shapiro himself famously failed in an attempted screenwriting career — something that X users were quick to point out. “If Ben Shapiro thinks Kathleen Kennedy is the worst entertainment executive of his lifetime, wait until he hears about Ben Shapiro,” @Dreamking89 wrote in a post. User @IronGiante echoed the sentiment, calling Shapiro a “failed little screenwriter who couldn’t even make it in Hollywood.”



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