A legion of bots would have been the cause of Zack Snyder winning at the 2022 Oscars with the audience categories. Watch out for this news!
In case the controversy with this filmmaker is not usual, now a new unexpected event related to Zack Snyder. In the last gala of the oscars 2022 Several prizes were awarded with the purpose that the Hollywood Film Academy I would try to make the audience part of the ceremony as well. There were two nominations: the most popular movie of the year and the favorite scene of fans in the entire history of cinema. There were films of the stature of Avengers: Endgame, Spider-Man: No Way Home either Matrix, among many others. But the story ended differently.
Zack Snyder won both statuettes. The fan favorite scene at the 2022 Oscars was the time travel of Flash in the director’s cut League of Justice. On the other hand, the favorite film of the year also ended up in the hands of this filmmaker. she was awarded Army of the Deadthe zombie movie produced by Netflix. The truth is that, despite the quality of both films, no one was surprised that they were chosen. The filmmaker of DC Extended Universe He has always had a legion of fans behind him. And, in addition, very organized and active in social networks. It was more than evident that he would end up being the winner in both categories.
The votes were manipulated by bots!
The “Fan Favorite” and “Cheer Moment” Awards at this year’s Oscars were reportedly rigged by automated Twitter bot accounts in support of director Zack Snyder.
— DiscussingFilm (@DiscussingFilm) May 13, 2022
However, the surprise has jumped now, several months after the Oscars 2022. As reported TheWrap, it turns out that Zack Snyder won both statuettes thanks to the use of bots. The filmmaker’s fans used bots to get them to vote for League of Justice Y Army of the Dead. In this way, the director won both categories without trying too hard. According to reports, the Fan Favorite and Cheer Moment awards at this year’s Oscars were manipulated by automated Twitter bot accounts in support of the director. We don’t know what will happen now, but if an investigation is carried out, it may end up losing the recognition of the Academy.