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Thu, Jun 23, 2022 12:38 AM

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Trivia item approved for 3 weeks, then declined and removed?

Item #220528-203026-923000 was on the movie's page for almost a month, then was removed with the reason being, "Reason Not specified

Your contribution has been declined. We did not capture a specific reason during processing." How would I be able to address this? I have 140 items contributed and there's usually a reason given for a submission being declined.

The exact same thing happened with item #220528-124624-875000. Same movie, too.

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4日前

Nothing? Okay. I'm re-submitting the trivia points.

SoCalGrace

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4日前

Although I've never had something removed after being approved, I HAVE seen that 'no specific reason' thing [when a submission got declined] and it really bugs me! If they're going to decline or remove something, they MUST have a reason, so why don't they just say it?!

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4日前

Hi @RandalllFlagg -

I can see that these Trivia items were initially approved but were later reported and removed because the trivia did not directly relate to the title production, but rather events outside of the title.

I hope this help!

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@Michelle​ Thank you for the reply. I was curious about what constitutes movie trivia here, though. 

The 1979 movie, "Prophecy," has as it's third listing in the trivia section that states David Seltzer's book and screenplay was taken from an incident in 1958 in Minimata, Japan. That incident was about industrial mercury poisoning and not a mutated bear ripping apart campers. There are other trivia listings stating that one actor/actress shares a birthday with his/her co-star in some movie. For example, this is from the first Avengers movie's trivia section:

"Scarlett Johansson and Mark Ruffalo share the same birthday (November 22). Additionally, Chris Evans and Stellan Skarsgård also share a birthday (June 13)."

This trivia has absolutely nothing to do with The Avengers (2012). Yet it stays there on that page. 

I can list many other examples.

Also, why is this thread marked, "Solved," when it's not?

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1日前

This is still not, "Solved."

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@RandalllFlagg​ Now reading as, "No Status."