Batman v Superman’s Jesse Eisenberg compares his San Diego Comic-Con experience to ‘genocide’

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When asked what they think of San Diego Comic-Con, a lot of talent would say that they’re excited and that the community is great. However, one particular actor had the opposite thing to say about the biggest nerd convention of the year. If you saw the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice panel, you would notice Jesse Eisenberg looking the saddest of all the cast.

Well, as it turns out, he really didn’t enjoy his Comic-Con experience and compared it to a lot of people dying in an interview with the Associated Press on Monday:

“It is like being screamed at by thousands of people. I don’t know what the experience is throughout history, probably some kind of genocide. I can’t think of anything that’s equivalent.”

Well, there are many people out there with Comic-Con horror stories, but most of these are related to long lines and sleeping next to cockroaches as they wait for Hall H. I enjoyed my time at the convention this year, but it was a tiring experience.

I’m pretty sure there are scarier stories out there, but Eisenberg compared his experience to genocide, an act of killing a large group of people. Sorry if I don’t feel your pain, Eisenberg. Here’s an actor who is getting paid a lot of money to sit inside a panel with thousands of screaming fans to talk about a movie he should be passionate about. If that’s like genocide, then he clearly is in the wrong business.

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice hits theaters on March 25, 2016.

Yes, check out his hellish experience as thousands of people are “dying” inside Hall H.

Via Flicks and the City

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