"Why is it that Star Wars is constantly bringing on men with little to no experience in writing anything related to these characters?" says Rachel Leishman of Harold this week replacing original Obi-Wan series writer Hossein Amini. While The Mandalorian was made with the involvement of female directors like Deborah Chow and Bryce Dallas Howard, it was mainly a boys' club, just like all the other Star Wars projects. Leishman says Harold's past work doesn't seem to make him a standout hire. "I’m sorry, this probably isn’t fair to Mr. Harold," says Leishman. "I’m sure he’s a lovely man, and he was also an EP on things people liked, like Edge of Tomorrow and John Wick: Chapter 3, but do you know how many women want to write for Star Wars who are beyond talented, qualified, and have some connection to this specific character? And yet each new addition to Star Wars brings more men to the table, regardless of their level of experience."