batman controversy

So I got round to seeing civil war and dont get me wrong its an alright movie but calling it genre defining and controversial makes no sense.  

Its a marvel movie.  The villain was forgettable, everything is resolved by the end with very little consequences and there was inappropriately timed humor.  

It just makes me so much more angry about how the critics are talking about bvs which was actually genre defining and controversial

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Batman Versus Superman: Dawn of Justice- Keyframes

The first movie from Warner Brothers to showcase the connected DC comic cinematic universe, BvS brings the two titular heros to blows 18 months after the events of Man of Steel. Superman, in the time since then, has become a figure of controversy, and Batman/Bruce Wayne sees him as a threat to humanity. Superman sees Batman as the same, and the two are manipulated by Lex Luthor, who eventually gives rise to the supervillian Doomsday. 

Batman News/Tumblr User Controversy

A woman recently attended Camp Mars 16′ (purchasing the entire weekend package to stay both nights) and proceeded to record private chats that were occurring with Jared, or with Jared and other people. This was, specifically by contract, not allowed - a contract that she herself signed prior to attending camp. It is an entirely different story if you go to Camp Mars and record pieces of songs for your Instagram or social media, or ask Shannon, Tomo, or Jared for a picture or video. This woman was secretly recording activities and conversations, then when she got home, uploaded all of them to her Tumblr blog. One of the many things she posted was a very brief conversation that Jared was having about Suicide Squad (keep in mind he never said a single negative thing and only painted the movie in a good light and even joked around about the Joker voice.) Underneath the video, she began to “break down” his words, and start to give HER interpretation of HIS conversation, essentially giving readers the idea that after she was done filming, it continued and he “opened up” about the film and said negative/sad things including “Fuck em’ to WB and he felt "tricked”. This never happened, FYI. (Jared did say the words “fuck em” (while laughing) but it was in a joke statement made about wanting to rock climb.)

*A lot of people are curious as to what she had actually written: This is a screen grab taken shortly after her video and interpretation were posted. Keep in mind that the level of notes are still low, but at the time she deleted it, it was upwards of 2000+ notes. (Twitter name blurred for her privacy.)

A website called Batman-News (which is basically a comic fan site) came across what she had written and posted an article online, which VERY quickly went viral. She not only deleted her Tumblr entries within 48 hours, but she then proceeded to post a very long winded response saying that she thought the website was “problematic” and began to interpret even MORE of “Jared’s feelings” in her response saying that he was “obviously disappointed in Suicide Squad and he was hurt, overwhelmed, and sentimental” again, these words NEVER came out of his mouth. At this point she, being an intelligent grown adult woman, obviously had to have known that everyone was viewing her blog to find out more “information” so she made the problem even WORSE with her response causing even MORE stories to be published. She ultimately put her blog in a “private” mode which means it’s hidden from the public and it can only been seen if you were a follower, and made the rest of her online accounts private as well.

A day, and 500 articles later, the owner of the Batman-News website (the original comic fan site that found her) deleted his article, apologized, and wrote a retraction saying the information he was given was wrong. Then when he was asked about it (by fans of the movie as well as 30STM) on Twitter, it turned out that he didn’t get most of the information from her Tumblr blog, he got it DIRECTLY from her. He reached out to her after finding her Tumblr entry, then she contacted him and they had a discussion about the happenings of Camp Mars. She had personally talked to this website about Jared’s conversation, but in reality it was just her telling the website her interpretation of Jared’s words, emotions, and actions.

*Actual Twitter conversation between the website and a fan (names hidden for privacy.)

This is certainly not the first time this blog had gotten Jared into some trouble, but hopefully it was the last time. She has made many odd assumptions and interpretations about Jared’s “personal life” over the years, and it caused quite a stir on numerous occasions. We can all learn from this. Do not speak for other people. Do not makes assumptions or interpretations of other people’s lives, feelings, or words. Respect other people’s privacy. Be careful of what you say, be careful of what you do.


What is believed to be Jared’s Vyrt response to this mess:

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Batman Versus Superman: Dawn of Justice- Batman

The first movie from Warner Brothers to showcase the connected DC comic cinematic universe, BvS brings the two titular heros to blows 18 months after the events of Man of Steel. Superman, in the time since then, has become a figure of controversy, and Batman/Bruce Wayne sees him as a threat to humanity. Superman sees Batman as the same, and the two are manipulated by Lex Luthor, who eventually gives rise to the supervillian Doomsday.