Star Wars is not happy with Amy Schumer or GQ Magazine after the magazine released images this past Thursday of an upcoming release that included Amy in provocative situations with Star Wars characters.
On Thursday GQ Magazine released photos from their upcoming issue that included Actor/Comedian Amy Schumer shown situations, some of which were sexual, with iconic Star Wars characters including C-3PO and R2-D2.
Following the release of these images Star Wars shared their displeasure in the photoshoot by way of a statement.
— Star Wars (@starwars) July 16, 2015
The people at Star Wars were not the only ones who took issue with the photoshoot. A handful of others followed in tweeting their disapproval of the photos.
— MCNMG (@MCNMG) July 18, 2015
And then there were a number of people who didn’t quite see it the way Star Wars did…
— SkinsJoe (@skinsjoe) July 18, 2015
@starwars You need to get over yourselves. The shoot was a bit of fun and it's not like it's going to harm your brand for the die-hard fans.
— DMac™ (@waronfacades) July 18, 2015
— Peter Bradley (@Ravenchilde) July 18, 2015
And then, when talking about Star Wars, there was this.
@starwars Yeah but you guys thought Jar Jar was funny so
— Herb Wilson (@GulfCoastLawyer) July 18, 2015