Back in March 2021, before launching locally, Godzilla vs. Kong It was the target of a blast review by fans Justice League Zack Snyder. Members of the “Snyder Cut” campaign began accessing the film’s IMDb page with seemingly 1-star ratings as part of an attack directed at Warner Bros. Now, a new report claims that Snyder refused to cancel fans who posted the fake comments.
according to rolling rockSnyder was asked through a moderator to ask fans to step down and stop reviewing Adam Wingard’s bombardment Godzilla vs. Kong. According to the report, Snyder refused to do so, although the report notes that Snyder claims he was never asked and added, “Moreover, I don’t control my fans. They have their own will and opinions; you really give me a lot of credit.” Warner Bros. She was able to work with IMDb to remove the erroneous comments.
Information about Snyder and Blow up review Godzilla vs. Kong Part of a larger report on how a WarnerMedia report revealed that at least 13% of the accounts that were part of the Snyder Cut viral social media campaign were in fact fake or bots, a much higher number than the three to five percent typically seen by experts. Internet in any common topic. The report also found that fake accounts were involved in aspects of the campaign that spread negative and harmful content about WarnerMedia.
After researching online conversations about the Snyder Cut of the Justice Squadspecifically the hashtags ReleaseTheSnyderCut and RestoreTheSnyderVerse on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, [the analysts] The report revealed an increase in negative activity generated by real and fake authors.” The report concluded that “one of the identified communities was composed of real and fake authors posting negative content about WarnerMedia for not recovering “SnyderVerse.” In addition, three key leaders were identified among authors scanned on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram – one leader in each platform. These leaders have received the most participation and have the most followers, which gives them the ability to influence public opinion.”
As for the Godzilla vs. Kong, the movie had a solid launch on HBO Max when it arrived — at a time when Warner Bros. Movies are being released simultaneously in theaters and HBO Max due to the pandemic – and received generally positive reviews. A sequel was officially announced in March 2022, with the film’s release date currently set for March 15, 2024.