Kevin Smith claimed to have completed his “huge writing gig” and shared the new fans his fans two years back. He also claimed that it dealt with an IP that according to Kevin, was the most massive one that he ever played with.
That was a blast to write 2 years ago. It was planned as one of the first shows to launch on what would become @disneyplus. Then a new exec was put in charge of the app and he killed KK. Said we used too much @Disney IP in one project (every character in the park comes to life). https://t.co/8izGTsg10H
— KevinSmith (@ThatKevinSmith) April 5, 2020
Now, fans know what the project was about, and unfortunately, they also know that it won’t get to live anymore. Kevin Smith, this Sunday, took to twitter to reveal some more secrets about the project. He shared that the series which he was working on was a Kingdom Keepers series which was made for Disney+. However, an executive ultimately killed the project because of the heavy usage of Disney IP.
About The Kingdom Keepers
The comedian, Kevin Smith, has clearly shown his disappointment over the inability of his project getting a chance to go forward. However, he has also shed some light on the brighter side. According to Smith, the executive who held off The Kingdom Keepers series, was also the one to give thumbs-up to the Marvel and Star Wars shows. We are talking about The Mandalorian and Wandavision, of which even Smith is a huge fan.
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