Lady Gaga Fans Try to Sabotage Venom By Posting Negative Reviews

Lawrence Kim
October 4, 2018

When it comes to online movie feuds, some Lady Gaga fans may have gone off the deep end and into the shallows.

People are now starting to react to Sony's Venom, and some have even suggested that some of the Twitter accounts criticising the film are bots.

Those are DC fans.

Nonetheless, defenders of Eddie Brock's big screen debut insisted that these harsher critical responses were being blown out of proportion by a coordinated effort from Lady Gaga fans. Plus, they serve different audiences - who do they think they're poaching? If you're still unsure where your movie money will be better spent, watch the trailers for both Venom and A Star Is Born below and make up your own mind.

Talking about both the films, Venom is speculated to gross around $60 million to $70 million while A Star Is Born is looking towards a $30 million market.

All that awards attention isn't enough, it seems - after the social media embargo broke for Venom after its Monday night premiere, some curious Twitter reactions to the film started surfacing. Twisted, dark, unpredictable, and fueled by rage, Venom leaves Eddie wrestling to control unsafe abilities that he also finds empowering and intoxicating. "It's us Gaga fans creating fake IDs to trash the Venom premiere", they said. Quartz theorizes that Gaga fans may be threatened by Hardy's draw, and by the fact that Venom is predicted to bust the October box-office opening record set by 2013's Gravity and bring in about double what ASIB is expected to, per Variety.

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