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George Lucas

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The fans are all upset. They’re always going to be upset. Why did he do it like this? And why didn’t he do it like this? They write their own movie, and then, if you don’t do their movie, they get upset about it.
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On Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, VanityFair.com "Keys to the Kingdom"

 
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