Using her character as a vehicle to express her disdain for all the miserable fucks that show up at her workplace. A literal queen.— Noah Cassiel (@NCassiel) August 29, 2019
better than the last five reading mini-challenges on Drag Race pic.twitter.com/d8q1JBDLO5— Kevin O'Keeffe (@kevinpokeeffe) August 30, 2019
In the last month they've cancelled the Pixar band and the dancing newsies, but continue to promote the fact that janitors and cashiers in Galaxy's Edge "ARE the entertainment" as they're expected to be in character.— Jenny Nicholson @ D23 (@JennyENicholson) August 30, 2019
Those were originally planned and were cut to save money. I talk about this a little in my vid but they test-ran an interactive droid around Tomorrowland a few years ago and it disappeared shortly after Disney had an argument with the puppeteers' union and fired all puppeteers https://t.co/vtGxboo43R— Jenny Nicholson @ D23 (@JennyENicholson) August 31, 2019
Disney Layoffs Continue With Nearly 60 More Jobs Cut in Home Entertainment, TV Distribution
In total, Disney is expected to cut as many as 4,000 jobs, the majority of which have come from the film segments thus far. Company leadership has said it plans to have roughly $2 billion in cost-saving as job cuts continue to eliminate overlapping business functions.