It’s finally that time of the year where the President and Presidential candidates are facing off for the upcoming US 2020 election. But the first debate has brought in a roar of huge reaction from the internet and their disappointment can be summed up perfectly in the latest tweet by Moon Knight showrunner Jeremy Slater.
After the presidential debate on Tuesday night, Slater mocked the entire event in style by comparing it to the lackluster Marvel film, Fantastic Four reboot by 20th Century Fox. But Slater clarifies that not even the film was as bad as the debate.
First Presidential Debate 2020 mocked as worse than Fantastic Four reboot by Moon Knight showrunner
“That was the worst thing I’ve ever seen, and I wrote FANTASTIC FOUR,” Slater wrote. The tweet’s already gone viral with more than 50,000 retweets as of this writing. You can check it out below.
Slater also added another tweet, revealing his support for Joe Biden for President. But unlike other celebs, the Moon Knight showrunner has received any backlash so far.
The Rock also recently went on social to show support for Joe Biden for President
Dwayne Johnson recently also took it to social media to reveal his support for Joe Biden and kamal Harris. Moreover, the actor also urged his fans to vote for the candidate. So far, the star has been receiving an equally divided reaction of love and hate from his followers.
Celebs in Hollywood have been careful to voice their support for the upcoming most divisive election.
Fans must also know that Slater, although faced with an unfortunate project such as ‘Fant4stic’. The writer later managed to find success with the television adaptation of The Exorcist. He was also part of Netflix’s Umbrella Academy and was later brought on board for Marvel Studios’ Moon Knight.
Fantastic Four (2015) is available for streaming on Disney+. Moon Knight does not have a release date assigned yet but is scheduled for sometime in 2022.
That was the worst thing I’ve ever seen, and I wrote FANTASTIC FOUR.
— Jeremy Slater (@jerslater) September 30, 2020
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