This might be true but I think if you look at his past, the fact that he puts all this very adult-orientated material into these kiddie films--even though he knows kids are going to watch it--becomes more significant.think the "adult in every child" quote (which I just KEW you were gonna bring up!) is, sadly, little more than JK trying to sound as if DWs is the smart and sophisticated version of Disney.
Yeah I brought the quote up but this time because I DO agree that the material is out of place and that something is amiss, much as I love DW. I don't think he purposely is out to taint kids' minds, but the fact that certain subject matter comes up again and again in DW, even though they are purportedly a "family" studio, is important to point out.
I mean if you think about it he could play it a lot "safer" by limiting this material and sticking to family guidelines like he did at Disney and beating them at their own game. At Disney he was much less of a risk-taker, by and large, when it came to stuff like this. I think it's less about being a salesman and more about unresolved issues he has. But that's just my opinion.
Also, if you ever watched The Critic episode where Jay goes to Hollywood after he sells his script, the movie mogul Gary Grossman is definetely modeled on JK. (Billy Crystal did the voice.) He's even more like K than Hades was, especially in appearance.
These are just my observations, though. I still think K is AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!