Funny how awful Cans Without Labels would turn out as that would often be compared to Redline (similarly made nine years in the making, yet the difference being that Redline is a good movie).Remember Cans Without Labels and Last Days of Coney Island? Both of those were terrible, and everyone assumed that since it had big names going behind it that both of them would be fleshed out in the final product, and they never were because they never cared.
Let me remind you that other famous (or infamous) Kickstarter campaigns with big names attached include OAXIS (an evangelical Christian propaganda "family-friendly" streaming service) from the minds of Fairly Oddparents' Butch Hartman, High Guardian Spice (a hardcore LGBTQ+ propaganda animated series) featuring inspiration from anime like Soul Eater, In/Spectre and Little Witch Academia to non-anime like Harry Potter, Dungeons & Dragons, Steven Universe and The Owl House, Dead Meat from Billy & Mandy's Maxwell Atoms (actually that did fail as Atoms went on to work for both Disney TVA and WB Animation by that point forward, and I kinda felt bad for him with his project in mind), and games like Mighty No. 9 from Mega Man creator Kenji Inafune, a third Shemue game which was almost 15-20 years in the making by that point, some shitty fanmade sequel to Tomb Raider Angel of Darkness called The Lost Revolation (feat. a 50-yo woman voicing Lara Croft), and of course Star Citizen.
No backers would even care about these projects in question no matter how big these names are, even seconds after they've pledged their donations to either of these respective projects.