An ISIS spokesman said they were disappointed with the unimaginative casting of another Britain to replace Jihadi John, and the use of the same old tired desert location.
“Where is the creative spark, where is the character development? The gimmicky use of the child was just appalling, what next – a puppy?” said the spokesman.
“And using guns instead of swords? I know Disney want to appeal to the American market but that’s like getting rid of the light sabre in Star Wars.”
“Where will it end, a touring skating show ‘Disney on ISIS’?”
Although unhappy with the creative side, ISIS was pleased to make decent money on the sale to Disney.
“We managed to buy a number of slaves with the proceeds – a Mr George Lucas was only too happy to sell off all his children.”