Current President of Lucasfilm, Kathleen Kennedy, just got a contract extension through 2024.

She has handpicked by George Lucas to take over when Disney acquired the studio in 2012.

However, her controversial decisions has fans concerned for the future of the franchise.

The “Star Wars” sequel trilogy was a disaster from the start.

The first screenwriter was fired due to creative differences which resulted in the first film being delayed six months.

The decision to have three different directors create one trilogy with no direction was also poorly received.

It left the sequel trilogy without any unifying vision and left fans disappointed in the future of the franchise.

Many creators have been booted off their projects with Kennedy citing “creative differences,” including the showrunners for films “Solo” and “Rogue One.”

It seems the same thing has happened to director Patty Jenkins, who is no longer creating “Rogue Squadron,” which was scheduled for a 2023 release.