Eternals suffers review bombing on IMDb for including LGTBIQ + characters

Eternals suffers review bombing on IMDb for including LGTBIQ + characters

Eternals, Marvel Studios’ newest film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, is suffering a barrage of negative reviews (review bombing) In the portal IMDb for representing and making the collective visible LGTBIQ +. Although it has not yet been released, a wave of fans against supporting openly homosexual people or people belonging to any other gender identity are scoring the film with low marks; even though they haven’t seen it.

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Eternals will have the first homosexual character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe

In recent months, both producer Kevin Feige and director Chloé Zhao have spoken about the diversity of Eternals and their effort to help the inclusion of the gay superhero of the UCM –Phastos, played by Brian Tyree Henry—; added the first deaf superhero Marvel – Makkari, played by Lauren Ridloff. These gestures, which help to normalize the reality in which we live, have not liked a number of fans.

From The Direct advance this review bombing on IMDb, it has reached more than 400 reviews with a star out of five, the minimum possible. The common denominator in all these criticisms has been none other than the appearance of homosexual characters and the representation of the LGTBIQ + collective –

IMDb has taken action on the matter and proceeded to remove these ratings, since they do not offer an assessment according to the film, but to political-social aspects that are far from the rules of use of this protal web.

Eternals will be released in cinemas around the world next November 5th as part of the Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Before the end of the year we have two more appointments with Disney’s MCU: on December 17 with Spider-Man: No Way Home and the Disney + series based on Eye and Hawk and Kate Bishop on November 24.

Sources | The Direct; IMDb


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