The fan favorite Oscars moment in the Flash might have been rigged, and no-one is shocked

The fan favorite Oscars moment in the Flash might have been rigged, and no-one is shocked ...

It appears that the Flash might have been a part of Zack Snyder''s Justice League, winning the fan favorite award from 2022, as a result of the fact that the Flash was in charge of racing.

The wrap claims that the rigging of the inherently controversial fan-voted awards at the 2022 Oscars was effective and that it is true that the Snyders Justice League has picked up its Academy Awards gong. Taking it ahead of The Matrix bullet-time scene, the Avengers assembling in Endgame, and the three Spider-Men collaborating in No Way Home

Bots were responsible for the win, and a significant amount of votes were obtained from automated accounts created solely to vote. Another Snyder film, The Army of the Dead, was also automatically put votes. A University of Maryland professor shared his account to test the invention.

The sheer shift towards Snyder was unprecedented given that Endgame, a direct competitor, raised $2.7 billion worldwide and has expanded into mainstream culture than Justice League.

Ezra Miller, who has recently had a rocky time, has received two arrests. She has been charged with making any decisions about his future due to their allegations in the island state.

Miller will be back in the Speed Force in the near future, with the next The Flash gradually being loosely based on the seminal Flashpoint Paradox comic arc. The Flash is set for release July 2023, with two different Batmen in its cast, including both Michael Keaton and Ben Affleck.