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25th Apr '16 10:14:22 AM Nakayama90
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* Creator/TakeshiShudo, the original director for the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime, had envisioned the show as one that could be enjoyed by both children and adults alike. [[http://bulbanews.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Bulbagraphic:Translating_the_Blog_Entries_of_Mr._Shudo His blogs]] reveal that this did not sit well with a lot of the staff, especially one he refers to as "omae-sama." Eventually, Shudo got fed up with how the show became overly kid-focused and left during the Johto League. On a lesser note, [[http://dogasu.bulbagarden.net/movies/pm_lord_unknown_tower_entei/lord_unknown_tower_entei_mythical_third_movie.html his original idea]] for ''[[Anime/Pokemon3 the third movie'']] was rejected by the staff, who thought it lacked success potential.

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* Creator/TakeshiShudo, the original director for the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime, had envisioned the show as one that could be enjoyed by both children and adults alike. [[http://bulbanews.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Bulbagraphic:Translating_the_Blog_Entries_of_Mr._Shudo His blogs]] reveal that this did not sit well with a lot of the staff, especially one he refers to as "omae-sama." Eventually, Shudo got fed up with how the show became overly kid-focused and left during the Johto League. On a lesser note, [[http://dogasu.bulbagarden.net/movies/pm_lord_unknown_tower_entei/lord_unknown_tower_entei_mythical_third_movie.html his original idea]] for ''[[Anime/Pokemon3 [[Anime/Pokemon3 the third movie'']] movie]] was rejected by the staff, who thought it lacked success potential.
25th Apr '16 10:13:40 AM Nakayama90
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* ''Anime/DigimonAdventure02'':
** The two head writers for this series Genki Yoshimura and Atsushi Maekawa had two very different styles of writing, Maekawa's being story driven light-hearted stories, and Yoshimura's being character driven darker stories, both were told to write in their own preferred styles. This lead to them not seeing eye to eye on how the story should go, which resulted in a lot of fillers, to cover up for the time where they couldn't come to an agreement.
** Meanwhile, the head writer for Adventure, Satoru Nishizono, left the Digimon project because he didn't want for a sequel to his series to be made.
** Much of the main staff including Creator/ChiakiKonaka couldn't stand the executive meddling anymore, and so were ready to break their contracts and leave the project, but Bandai, unwilling to let them do this, gave them [[Anime/DigimonTamers their own series]], to mess around with instead.
* Creator/TakeshiShudo, the original director for the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime, had envisioned the show as one that could be enjoyed by both children and adults alike. [[http://bulbanews.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Bulbagraphic:Translating_the_Blog_Entries_of_Mr._Shudo His blogs]] reveal that this did not sit well with a lot of the staff, especially one he refers to as "omae-sama." Eventually, Shudo got fed up with how the show became overly kid-focused and left during the Johto League. On a lesser note, [[http://dogasu.bulbagarden.net/movies/pm_lord_unknown_tower_entei/lord_unknown_tower_entei_mythical_third_movie.html his original idea]] for ''[[Anime/Pokemon3 the third movie'']] was rejected by the staff, who thought it lacked success potential.
1st Apr '16 4:08:14 PM ooh
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* While ''WesternAnimation/TwiceUponATime'' was eventually finished and had a theatrical and home video run, writer and director John Korty and producer Bill Couturié had pretty different ideas of what the movie was supposed to be like, to where two different cuts of the movie exists: The Couturié cut contains frequent [[ParentalBonus swearing and lewd innuendo]], while the Korty cut excises all swearing (save for a mild PrecisionFStrike that gave it a PG rating). That these two would not yield an inch from their stances is why ''Twice Upon a Time'' has not had a television airing or home video release since 1998--any attempt to show or distribute the movie would lead to the person responsible for the other cut theatening legal action. Though that changed in 2015, when Warner Archive released both cuts on DVD.

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* While ''WesternAnimation/TwiceUponATime'' was eventually finished and had a theatrical and home video run, writer and director John Korty and producer Bill Couturié had pretty different ideas of what the movie was supposed to be like, to where two different cuts of the movie exists: The Couturié cut contains frequent [[ParentalBonus swearing and lewd innuendo]], while the Korty cut excises all swearing (save for a mild PrecisionFStrike that gave it a PG rating). That these two would not yield an inch from their stances is why ''Twice Upon a Time'' has not had a was unavailable for television airing or home video release since after 1998--any attempt to show or distribute the movie would lead to the person responsible for the other cut theatening legal action. Though that changed in 2015, when Warner Archive released both cuts on DVD.
8th Mar '16 4:40:08 AM Adept
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* Ryan Ross and Jon Walker as of July 2009 left PanicAtTheDisco to form their own band, The Young Veins (whose sound is completely different from their previous band; compare Panic's latest song [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ebeKZGsadUU New Perspective]] with TYV's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AMKnaYyuiss Change]] ), for this stated reason. This led to [[FanDumb many fans casting blame on them]] for not trying hard enough to work out the differences with fellow band mates Brendon Urie and Spencer Smith.

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* Ryan Ross and Jon Walker as of July 2009 left PanicAtTheDisco Music/PanicAtTheDisco to form their own band, The Young Veins (whose sound is completely different from their previous band; compare Panic's latest song [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ebeKZGsadUU New Perspective]] with TYV's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AMKnaYyuiss Change]] ), for this stated reason. This led to [[FanDumb many fans casting blame on them]] for not trying hard enough to work out the differences with fellow band mates Brendon Urie and Spencer Smith.
2nd Mar '16 9:54:26 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* This is why what lead to the foundation of NWA FUW. Dante Brown helped save American Combat Wrestling with his investment in it after the Bourbon Street Nightclub ACW ran out of went out of business, leaving the promotion without a home. There were six other investors who came in after the club's closure with their own ideas for what to do with the company though, so he struck out on his own once ACW had somewhat stable foundations again.
29th Feb '16 3:54:13 PM JamesAustin
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->''You can say we broke up because of artistic differences. He saw himself as alive, and I saw him dead. ''

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->''You ->''"You can say we broke up because of artistic differences. He saw himself as alive, and I saw him dead. ''"''
25th Feb '16 10:32:26 PM jameygamer
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* Creator/MNightShyamalan left Creator/{{Disney}} in 2005 after a rather successful four picture run with the studio (''Film/TheSixthSense'', ''Film/{{Unbreakable}}'', ''Film/{{Signs}}'', ''Film/TheVillage'') because they were having creative issues with his next film ''Film/LadyInTheWater''.

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* Creator/MNightShyamalan left Creator/{{Disney}} in 2005 after a rather successful four picture run with the studio (''Film/TheSixthSense'', ''Film/{{Unbreakable}}'', ''Film/{{Signs}}'', ''Film/TheVillage'') because they were having creative issues with his next film ''Film/LadyInTheWater''. That film, however, became a BoxOfficeBomb, and Disney effectively had the last laugh after ''Film/TheLastAirbender''.
25th Feb '16 10:28:15 PM jameygamer
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* This was the reason given for Creator/DonBluth and Creator/StevenSpielberg parting ways in the late 80's. The real reason was never made public, but neither of them enjoyed the same level of success in animated movies afterward (this came back for Bluth when Spielberg eventually co-founded Creator/DreamWorksAnimation with Disney boss Jeffrey Katzenberg; Bluth was unable to keep up, and Katzenberg eventually moved on without Spielberg himself outside of encouragement). And the whole reason Creator/DonBluth left Disney and created his own animated films in the first place, in the middle of the production of ''Disney/TheFoxAndTheHound''.
** As for Jeffrey Katzenberg, the desire to try to make DarkerAndEdgier Disney fare after he misstepped in such waters with ''Disney/TheBlackCauldron''in 1985 helped lead to him leaving Disney himself; DreamWorks's earlier films were somewhat darker and more Fanservice-heavy than Disney's films at the time(ironically, Katzenberg was the third Disney supremo who tried to push for dark Disney after his predecessor Ron Miller and Walt himself before both of them; the [[Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs first]] [[Disney/{{Pinocchio}} five]] [[Disney/{{Fantasia}} Disney]] [[Disney/{{Dumbo}} Animated]] [[Disney/{{Bambi}} Classics]] and ''Disney/TheFoxAndTheHound'' had some dark material in them).

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* This was the reason given for Creator/DonBluth and Creator/StevenSpielberg parting ways in the late 80's. The real reason was never made public, but neither of them enjoyed the same level of success in animated movies afterward (this came back for Bluth when Spielberg eventually co-founded Creator/DreamWorksAnimation with Disney boss Jeffrey Katzenberg; Bluth was unable to keep up, and Katzenberg eventually moved on without Spielberg himself outside of encouragement).encouragement; Bluth resurfaced in 2016 with a ''VideoGame/DragonsLair'' film in pre-production). And the whole reason Creator/DonBluth left Disney and created his own animated films in the first place, in the middle of the production of ''Disney/TheFoxAndTheHound''.
** As for Jeffrey Katzenberg, the desire to try to make DarkerAndEdgier Disney fare after he misstepped in such waters with ''Disney/TheBlackCauldron''in ''Disney/TheBlackCauldron'' in 1985 helped lead to him leaving Disney himself; DreamWorks's earlier films were somewhat darker and more Fanservice-heavy than Disney's films at the time(ironically, Katzenberg was the third Disney supremo who tried to push for dark Disney after his predecessor Ron Miller and Walt himself before both of them; the [[Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs first]] [[Disney/{{Pinocchio}} five]] [[Disney/{{Fantasia}} Disney]] [[Disney/{{Dumbo}} Animated]] [[Disney/{{Bambi}} Classics]] and ''Disney/TheFoxAndTheHound'' had some dark material in them).
25th Feb '16 10:26:43 PM jameygamer
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* This was the reason given for Creator/DonBluth and Creator/StevenSpielberg parting ways in the late 80's. The real reason was never made public, but neither of them enjoyed the same level of success in animated movies afterward. And the whole reason Creator/DonBluth left Disney and created his own animated films in the first place, in the middle of the production of ''Disney/TheFoxAndTheHound''.

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* This was the reason given for Creator/DonBluth and Creator/StevenSpielberg parting ways in the late 80's. The real reason was never made public, but neither of them enjoyed the same level of success in animated movies afterward. afterward (this came back for Bluth when Spielberg eventually co-founded Creator/DreamWorksAnimation with Disney boss Jeffrey Katzenberg; Bluth was unable to keep up, and Katzenberg eventually moved on without Spielberg himself outside of encouragement). And the whole reason Creator/DonBluth left Disney and created his own animated films in the first place, in the middle of the production of ''Disney/TheFoxAndTheHound''.''Disney/TheFoxAndTheHound''.
** As for Jeffrey Katzenberg, the desire to try to make DarkerAndEdgier Disney fare after he misstepped in such waters with ''Disney/TheBlackCauldron''in 1985 helped lead to him leaving Disney himself; DreamWorks's earlier films were somewhat darker and more Fanservice-heavy than Disney's films at the time(ironically, Katzenberg was the third Disney supremo who tried to push for dark Disney after his predecessor Ron Miller and Walt himself before both of them; the [[Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs first]] [[Disney/{{Pinocchio}} five]] [[Disney/{{Fantasia}} Disney]] [[Disney/{{Dumbo}} Animated]] [[Disney/{{Bambi}} Classics]] and ''Disney/TheFoxAndTheHound'' had some dark material in them).
23rd Feb '16 6:06:46 AM Lequinni
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* An inversion of the typical "actor/writer leaves because he's pissed with the producers" setup of this trope was ''Series/GrowingPains'', where it was ''the producers'' who quit after Kirk Cameron became a born-again Christian and started [[WagTheDirector forcing his values onto the production]], pissing off just about the entire cast and crew in the process.
** It's worth noting that the producers tried to get rid of Kirk first, but ABC executives told them basically, "It's not ''your'' faces on the cover of 'Tiger Beat'." So they left.


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* An inversion of the typical "actor/writer leaves because he's pissed with the producers" setup of this trope was ''Series/GrowingPains'', where it was ''the producers'' who quit after Kirk Cameron became a born-again Christian and started [[WagTheDirector forcing his values onto the production]], pissing off just about the entire cast and crew in the process.
** It's worth noting that the producers tried to get rid of Kirk first, but ABC executives told them basically, "It's not ''your'' faces on the cover of 'Tiger Beat'." So they left.
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