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14th Apr '18 8:15:44 AM Glowsquid
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* The director of the first ''VideoGame/AeroFighters'', Shin Nakamura, left Video System over his disagreement with the company's decision to focus development on the UsefulNotes/NeoGeo (which only supported a standard 4:3 aspect ratio instead of the 3:4 aspect ratio used for ''Aero Fighters'' and ''Turbo Force'') and founded Creator/{{Psikyo}} to continue making ShootEmUps in that vein. Ironically, Psikyo would much later release a sequel to ''Strikers 1945'' for the Neo Geo while ideo System would develop ''Aero Fighters 2'' and ''Aero Fighters 3'' as Neo Geo games before returning to the original screen orientation for later installments.
31st Mar '18 9:03:15 AM HasturHasturHastur
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* Music/TheFaceless has had this happen on numerous occasions, with Lyle Cooper being the most notable. Given the comments that former members and other musicians who have toured with The Faceless have made about [[IAmTheBand Michael Keene's]] personality, it seems to be a case of "this dude has no idea how to run a band without pissing off and alienating everyone in it".

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* Music/TheFaceless has had a lengthy history of this happen on numerous occasions, with Lyle Cooper being to the most notable. Given point where they have had ''two'' complete lineup departures (one over the comments that former members and course of several months, the other musicians who have toured with The Faceless have made about [[IAmTheBand over the course of a ''day''). While Michael Keene's]] personality, Keene's drug issues and unpleasant personality were known but unspoken in industry circles and were the cause of most of the departures, it seems to be a case wasn't until the second mass departure in March of "this dude has no idea how to run 2018 that a band without pissing former member told the world just what the deal was, as an Instagram post from Keene that contained an egregious example of NeverMyFault kicked off and alienating everyone in it".a TheReasonYouSuckSpeech from former guitarist Justin [=McKinney=], who publicly eviscerated him.
24th Mar '18 7:37:03 PM TargetmasterJoe
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* This occured with the Creator/DonaldGlover-created ''Deadpool'' animated series on FXX on March 24, 2018.
24th Feb '18 12:30:44 PM Luc
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A frequent joke that's made by observers in this situation is that the creative differences were simple: "She/he was creative, the [producers/rest of the band] weren't." Some detractors will say the opposite: "[They] wanted to be creative, She/he [[ThePrimaDonna wanted to be different]]."

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A frequent joke that's made by observers in this situation is that the creative differences were simple: Either "She/he was creative, the [producers/rest of the band] weren't." Some detractors will say the opposite: or "[They] wanted to be creative, She/he [[ThePrimaDonna wanted to be different]]."
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10th Feb '18 5:22:44 AM DeepRed
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A common factor behind {{Revolving Door Band}}s.
26th Jan '18 2:59:47 PM nombretomado
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* There were lots of other factors, but part of the reason for At The Drive-In breaking up was a legitimate case of this - Cedric Bixler-Zavala and Omar Rodriguez-Lopez wanted to go in a more progressive direction, while the rest of the band wanted to focus on melodic rock. This is pretty obvious if you compare the two groups they splintered off into, TheMarsVolta and Sparta.

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* There were lots of other factors, but part of the reason for At The Drive-In breaking up was a legitimate case of this - Cedric Bixler-Zavala and Omar Rodriguez-Lopez wanted to go in a more progressive direction, while the rest of the band wanted to focus on melodic rock. This is pretty obvious if you compare the two groups they splintered off into, TheMarsVolta Music/TheMarsVolta and Sparta.
14th Jan '18 2:26:14 PM nombretomado
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* On April 9, 1962, prior to a Carnegie Hall performance of Brahms' Piano Concerto in D minor with LeonardBernstein conducting the New York Philharmonic and Glenn Gould as the soloist, Bernstein uttered an unusual disclaimer that he would conduct the piece according to Gould's unorthodox conception, one quite incompatible with his own. Though he allowed due respect for Gould's artistry despite their creative disagreement, his introductory speech became somewhat notorious.

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* On April 9, 1962, prior to a Carnegie Hall performance of Brahms' Piano Concerto in D minor with LeonardBernstein Music/LeonardBernstein conducting the New York Philharmonic and Glenn Gould as the soloist, Bernstein uttered an unusual disclaimer that he would conduct the piece according to Gould's unorthodox conception, one quite incompatible with his own. Though he allowed due respect for Gould's artistry despite their creative disagreement, his introductory speech became somewhat notorious.
13th Jan '18 5:08:01 AM erforce
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* Creator/JohnByrne left the ''The Uncanny ComicBook/XMen'' after a very successful run that included the "Dark Phoenix Saga" and "Days of Future Past" because he became increasingly frustrated with writer Creator/ChrisClaremont ignoring what he had drawn in favor of writing his own interpretation.

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* Creator/JohnByrne left the ''The Uncanny ComicBook/XMen'' ComicBook/UncannyXMen'' after a very successful run that included the "Dark Phoenix Saga" and "Days of Future Past" because he became increasingly frustrated with writer Creator/ChrisClaremont ignoring what he had drawn in favor of writing his own interpretation.



* The ''Film/XMen'' series had them twice. Creator/MatthewVaughn left ''Film/XMenTheLastStand'' early in production feeling the time constraints wouldn't allow him to make the movie he wanted (family issues didn't help either; him having to just produce ''Film/XMenDaysOfFuturePast'' was less this than just deciding to make ''Film/KingsmanTheSecretService'' earlier). During pre-production of ''Film/Deadpool2'', Tim Miller left due to creative differences with the film's star and co-producer Ryan Reynolds as Miller was interested in having the sequel being a big-budget film, while Reynolds wanted another "cheap" movie like the original.

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* The ''Film/XMen'' series ''Film/XMenFilmSeries'' had them twice. Creator/MatthewVaughn left ''Film/XMenTheLastStand'' early in production feeling the time constraints wouldn't allow him to make the movie he wanted (family issues didn't help either; him having to just produce ''Film/XMenDaysOfFuturePast'' was less this than just deciding to make ''Film/KingsmanTheSecretService'' earlier). During pre-production of ''Film/Deadpool2'', Tim Miller left due to creative differences with the film's star and co-producer Ryan Reynolds as Miller was interested in having the sequel being a big-budget film, while Reynolds wanted another "cheap" movie like the original.
13th Jan '18 2:09:58 AM jormis29
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* Phil Lord and Chris Miller departed during production of ''Film/{{Solo}}'' due to disagreements with producer Kathleen Kennedy and writer Creator/LawrenceKasdan. In fact, both Kennedy and Kasdan felt that their fondness for improv got on a lot of people's nerves with Kasdan even personally coming to the set to berate them for it (leading to an agreement that they would shoot at least one take exactly as written before letting the actors go nuts). Creator/AldenEhrenreich was concerned as well since he felt that his portrayal of Han Solo could end up being a caricature of Film/AceVentura. As a result, Lord and Miller were asked to depart as directors and Creator/RonHoward was brought in to replace them.

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* Phil Lord and Chris Miller Creator/PhilLordAndChrisMiller departed during production of ''Film/{{Solo}}'' due to disagreements with producer Kathleen Kennedy and writer Creator/LawrenceKasdan. In fact, both Kennedy and Kasdan felt that their fondness for improv got on a lot of people's nerves with Kasdan even personally coming to the set to berate them for it (leading to an agreement that they would shoot at least one take exactly as written before letting the actors go nuts). Creator/AldenEhrenreich was concerned as well since he felt that his portrayal of Han Solo could end up being a caricature of Film/AceVentura. As a result, Lord and Miller were asked to depart as directors and Creator/RonHoward was brought in to replace them.
29th Dec '17 11:24:59 AM nombretomado
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* After his experience with ''Series/{{Firefly}}'', Creator/JossWhedon refused to work with {{Fox}} for years because of this, foremost being an early cancellation. He only relented with ''Series/{{Dollhouse}}'' because star Eliza Dushku had a 3-series deal with the network; Dushku brought Whedon in.

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* After his experience with ''Series/{{Firefly}}'', Creator/JossWhedon refused to work with {{Fox}} {{Creator/FOX}} for years because of this, foremost being an early cancellation. He only relented with ''Series/{{Dollhouse}}'' because star Eliza Dushku had a 3-series deal with the network; Dushku brought Whedon in.
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