Author-producer Terry Rossio faces backlash for equalizing tweets calling someone anti-vaccination by calling them n-words. Rossio is famous for writing or writing together scenarios for family-friendly films like Disney's 1992 Aladdin, plus Shrek, The Lone Ranger, Godzilla vs. Kong, and many Pirates of the Caribbean film. His controversial song appeared during the vaccination debate with The CW's 100 writer Julie Benson.
The use of Terry Rossio from word-full in the context of the anti-vaccination movement was welcomed with a strong response. He continued to reply to Julie Benson on the topic, adding more words in the follow-up argument:
The conversation gets hotter because of the addition of words, but this is not the first time celebrities have considered the debate about vaccination. Jimmy Kimmel even posted PSA anti-vaccination after the measles outbreak in the US Jenny McCarthy has been very vocal in questioning vaccinations, but later said she was not anti-vaccine, she just thought parents should ask questions and be aware and educate themselves.
Like now, Terry Rossi tweet still awake, and he defended his position. Rossio is credited as a single scriptwriter Godzilla vs. Kong, which is scheduled to be released in 2020, after next year Godzilla: King of the Monsters. Rossio has also been hired to write Warner Bros. Jonny Quest film. The film was just announced The LEGO Batman MovieChris McKay as a director.
Viggo Mortensen recently apologized after using full words during the panel discussion Green Book. The context of its use is in giving speech examples that were common in the 1960s – when the film was made – but no longer used today. Mortensen's playmate, Mahershala Ali, explained how to use the full word was always painful in any context, but he accepted and apologized to Mortensen.
Disney representatives, Warner Bros. and Terry Rossi have not commented on Rossio's tweets. Last year saw many high-profile people firing controversial tweets, including Roseanne Barr from ABC / Disney's Roseanne and James Gunn from Disney Guard from Galaxy Vol. 3. James Gunn's controversial Tweet originated almost a decade ago, and his dismissal was hit with a big fan reaction. Warner Bros. recently hired Gunn to write and possibly direct Suicide Squad 2.
Just last month, Terry Rossio tweeted about 2019 Aladdin The trailer, calling it "strange" that the words uttered only happen to be poems that he and his co-author wrote for the original film. He added that Disney "offered zero compensation to us (or to screenwriters on one of the live-action re-actions) that there wasn't even a t-shirt or permission to park." The new one Aladdin scheduled to open May 24, 2019. This is what will come to theaters in 2019.