Fans Of Justice League And Zack Snyder Demand That Wikipedia Remove Negative Article About Them – Tomatazos

The famous Director’s Cut of Justice League – 41% of Zack Snyder is an issue that simply cannot (and doesn’t have to) stay under the shadow. The followers of the American director continue demanding the definitive version of the film that at the time had to become something big. Now, the same fandom has demanded through networks that Wikipedia remove the negative descriptions made to its movement in the article "Versions of Justice League", which is crammed with assertions that leave the fan group very badly stopped.

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When Justice League saw the light of the world in 2016, countless fans of DC superheroes ran to movie theaters to witness the expected crossover, however, the circumstances did not favor the film, the criticisms were bad and the reception at the box office a disappointment.

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The suicide of the daughter of Zack Snyder forced the director to leave the production only a few weeks before concluding. The work was in the hands of Joss Whedon, who threw a final cut of the tape into cinemas that moved far away from what Snyder thought. This situation has given way to the famous Release the Snyder Cut movement.

Although in recent months this group of followers has been dedicated to requesting the cut through trades and pamphlets, inviting more people to join the movement through posters at conventions and advertisements on the web, or by donating large amounts of money to altruistic causes, the court simply does not see its arrival time. Now they have a new objective: to require Wikipedia to eliminate the descriptions that point to the movement as a set of toxic fans. These are some of the words found in the article:

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Some have accused large elements within the movement or the movement in general, of taking their activism beyond promotion, into areas of toxic behavior, including cyber bullying and harassment. Yohana Desta, of Vanity Fair, described the acts of fans who demand the alternative cut, as an example of toxic fandom, placing it on the same line as the harassment of 2017 suffered by Star Wars actress: The Last Jedi, Kelly Marie Tran Brandon Katz of The Observer said the movement is made up of "toxic DC fans who harass any opposition."

The article also comments:

Kayleigh Donaldson of Pajiba said fans of the DCEU and Snyder's films are particularly aggressive. She says: "Almost all the critics or writers of the pop culture I know have had at least one bad incident with certain DCEU fans, usually on social networks, although many have received nasty emails, comments and private messages. They are easily the only Internet fandom that currently has toxicity problems. " In September 2018, former DC Entertainment president Diane Nelson deleted her Twitter account as a result of excessive harassment by some members of the Release the Snyder Cut movement.

The official account of the Release the Snyder Cut movement on Twitter issued a statement.

We want to make a statement about the Wikipedia page related to the Snyder cut. So far we have had nothing to do with what is written in that publication, however, after being alerted by some members of the movement, we believe that the time has come to act.

We want to make a statement about the Wikipedia page related to the Snyder Cut. We have until this point had nothing to do with what is written in that post, however having been alerted by some members of the movement, we believe it is time to act.

– ReleaseTheSnyderCut (@RTSnyderCut) October 11, 2019
If the negativity on the movement is not removed from the Wikipedia page in the next few days, we will hold a protest through Wikipedia. Our next step will be to ask everyone to become publishers, as we will request the participation of the community in the content of the article.

If the negativity about the movement is not removed from the Wikipedia page within the next couple of days we will be filing a dispute through Wikipedia. Our next step will be to ask you all to become editors as we will be requesting Community Input on article content.

– ReleaseTheSnyderCut (@RTSnyderCut) October 11, 2019

This is a complicated matter since Wikipedia is a community page where anyone can contribute (or affect) the content with their contributions. We hope that the controversy will be resolved in the next few days.

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