Emma Thompson appears to need no a part of John Lasseter.

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The actress has quietly left the Skydance Animations undertaking “Luck” over issues about with working with Lasseter, in response to The Hollywood Reporter. Thompson, 59, had already begun recording voice work for the film.

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David Ellison, founder and CEO of Skydance Media, employed Lasseter, the previous Chief Artistic Officer of Disney and Pixar, to show Skydance Animations into a significant participant within the subject of animated multimedia.

Lasseter was let go by Disney Pixar following allegations of sexual misconduct and he admitted he made “missteps” that had left some workers feeling “disrespected or uncomfortable.”

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The hiring of Lasseter drew loads of criticism and Ellison knew the hiring would have its issues, as outlined in a letter to his workers.

ET Canada has reached out to Thompson’s rep for a remark.

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