ByNicholas Baumgartner, writer at
Avengers and Marvel superheros are my forte, as well as Star Wars and some Star Trek
Nicholas Baumgartner

In my experience, I have had lots of fun speculating about new movies. Is that character going to die? Is Han Solo going to shoot first? These kinds of questions are good to have, but has it gone too far? Many fans have been disappointed that their theories have turned out to be false. This has lead to slander of directors for changing plots, actors for not portraying the characters well enough, and many other issues. Many of these speculations that disappoint are not said to be speculation, and are therefore mistaken as the truth. This is something we as a community need to work on, because even inadvertently leading your followers on is not right, and could lose you some of the credability that you've worked so hard to gain. My point is, that not mentioning that the theories and ideas you put forth are not fact is to do a disservice to the people who read your article. That is some thing we can all work on, and make sure to keep in mind well into the future.


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