Fake Accounts Fueled the ‘Snyder Cut’ Online Army
Almost 13% of #ReleaseTheSnyderCut accounts were found to be fake, and director Zack Snyder may or may not have been involved, according to a bombshell report.
Readers of this site, and fans of superhero films in general, are likely already familiar with the #ReleaseTheSnyderCut movement, which was recently the subject of a bombshell report in Rolling Stone.
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Fake Accounts Fueled Synder Cut
The most striking discovery is that around 13% of Snyder Cut accounts are fake, a significant increase from the standard 3-5% of fake accounts for any other trending topic, which strongly suggests that there may have been some outside manipulation that ultimately resulted in years of nonstop online harassment of critics of Zack Snyder or his work.
But the most damning evidence comes from new details emerging about the controversial director, which contradicts previous information and may point to his complicity in specific attacks.
It has been reported that after Snyder revealed his director’s cut of Justice League in 2020, he was adamant about expunging the names of two producers, Geoff Johns and Jon Berg, from the credits because he felt they were responsible for him losing creative control of DC Films at Warner Bros.
It is reported that he even threatened a post-production executive at the studio, saying, “Geoff and Jon are dragging their feet on taking their names off my cut. Now, I will destroy them on social media.”
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