This usually leads to disasterous results like a few R to PG-13 reboots. But that's a different subject of executives trying to maximize a profit on something that really can't be maximized and ultimately ends up alienating everyone. But my statement was more about movie makers caving into the demands of a vocal minority.
And your right, everyone has a right to voice their opinion on something. I just don't think it's very smart to demand something must change that you had no interest in the first place. My philosophy is that if you don't like it don't see it. But Duke fans already have an investment in this subject.
I really can't say it's not right. Because they do have the right. But I can say it's not fair. Things don't have to cater to everyone (and in reality they can't). But they probably should cater to the fans, the one's who invested in the ip.
Or atleast I can be sympathic to the fans whining and not the people who have no interest in Duke. Why is that so hard to understand?
Either way you are right about another thing. I DON'T know if there is going to be non-fan whiners on this since it hasn't happened yet.