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Thread: Disney refusing to pay Alan Dean Foster royalties for Star Wars, Alien books

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    If it only were public how many companies bought out other companies and refused to honor royalties, residuals, pensions, etc. Not just billion dollar media companies either.
    Expectation is the death of discovery.

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    And putting lots of people out of work.

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    Seems like a good reason to not support any Disney products. I'm glad they are loosing millions and millions of dollars. Maybe even billions.

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    I'm wondering if him just admitting he wanted to retcon The Last Jedi had anything to do with it?

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    Several other authors are also apparently affected by this Disney skullduggery, including:

    Donald F. Glut (novelization for The Empire Strikes Back)
    James Kahn (novelizations for Return of the Jedi and Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom)
    Rob MacGregor (novelization for The Last Crusade)
    Michael A. Stackpole (various SW novels)

    Disney really needs to make things right here.
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    Even as a long-time fan of Disney's brand of family entertainement, I can see that the corporation has gotten so big that it can run roughshod over anybody it wants.

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