Jesse Eisenberg’s Comparison of 2015 Comic-Con to a Genocide Hurt Many

By Anwesha Bose | 1 year ago
Jesse Eisenberg’s Comparison of 2015 Comic-Con to a Genocide Hurt Many

Jesse Eisenberg, the “Social Network” famed US actor recently visited the 2015 Comic-Con International Convention in San Diego. The premiere of “Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice” was held at the Convention and what the actor had said about his experience is equivalent to a genocide. With the presence of famous faces like Holly Hunter, Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill along with the cast and crew of the film, the star-studded occasion was a huge success. Read on to know more.

Eisenberg  was beyond terrified with his experience, certainly not a happy one, at the Comic-Con International. He had compared this occurrence of screaming of fans at the event to no less than a genocide. Needless to say, the actor’s Comic-Con experience was not at all smooth. The 31 year old actor along with his co-stars Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill was present in San Diego last Saturday where this event had taken place. It was in one of his interview where he spoke up,  reports MailOnline.


Eisenberg was being forced to clarify his statement for the negative comparison he had drawn upon to the fanfare event, NewsCom cited.

In this event itself, Jesse Eisenberg had come down heavily on journalists as well. However it was reported that the US actor had cooled down the matter with his pacifying words. Jesse Eisenberg said that it was an honor to attend the event as the fans were enthusiastic and liked the movie, which should be held important above all.

In his upcoming movie, “The End Of The Tour,”  Eisenberg essays the role of a journalist, David Lipsky.

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