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It won't change that whether it's forced in or not. I still don't think PIXAR worlds fit in KH and there were, what, two of them in KH3?I just want SW in Kingdom Hearts to end all those terrible “it won’t work with Kingdom Hearts” takes.
Newsflash, the premise of this franchise is colliding worlds that don’t match.
If Star Wars can make it in Kingdom Hearts, then I'm off on a journey to convince Nomura that the Muppets can also appear too.
So it means absolutely nothing what megacorp brand they slap on the movie. It's all advertiser magic.The same people who made the Disney films from the '70s through the '00s weren't the same as the ones from the '30s through the '60s either. Something like Beauty and the Beast still sits well beside Pinocchio. So what?
The reason most Disney films fit alongside one another is because of brand coherence that supercedes whoever's making any particular film. It wasn't just a coincidence or something out-of-the-blue, lol. Frozen fits fine alongside every other fairy tale Disney's done. Probably the only thing you could argue separates it is it being 3D.The selection of worlds in KH1 was significant, but not because they were Disney, that was just a convenience that Disney happened to make so many movies based on fairy tales, children's literature, mythology, etc.
On the Star Wars side itself it is most likely a given that they will treat the whole Kingdom Hearts episode as completely non-canon to the Star Wars Lore itself.
Since the Star Wars fanbase/fandom is also a highly toxic one I do expect quite some shitstorms brewing if a "convuluted kiddie show" with stupid anime kids working alongside annoying Disney animals dares to touch/incorporate Star Wars.
Is it? Because I thought with Visions, it showed a willingness to be more open with the IP when it comes to Japanese talent adapting or spinning off ideas from the series.As a Star Wars fan, I'd rather they didn't try to do any Star Wars related content outside of maybe small cameos and not actual worlds.
LucasFilm and the license is a mess right now anyway. And it wouldn't be in the best interest of any company to try and get in on that. Especially with how completely restrictive they'd no doubt make using the SW and Marvel properties.
Is it? Because I thought with Visions, it showed a willingness to be more open with the IP when it comes to Japanese talent adapting or spinning off ideas from the series.
I would typically tend to agree, but I've followed the complete trainwreck of business practices with the brand under Disney. There are a few flukes here and there and some hidden gems, but for the most part, Disney has done nothing but play things safe, especially in the spin-off material that might dare to include Luke, Han, Leia and any of the major film characters.Is it? Because I thought with Visions, it showed a willingness to be more open with the IP when it comes to Japanese talent adapting or spinning off ideas from the series.