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Can someone look into the validity of Scarlett Johansson, Leo DiCaprio, Freddie Highmore, and Taron Egarton, being executive producers? That list seems really random, and none of their names are mentioned anywhere else in the page. I think someone was coming up with a fantasy list of producers or something, which is really odd.
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Have had to revert this a couple of times now; if we want to say that Passengers"bears a resemblance to the EC Comics book 50 Girls 50, first published in August 1953, in which...", we need a source confirming that this happens in that comic. It's currently being added with a reference to a Telegraph article which gives spoilers for an early draft, but which doesn't say anything about the comic or how that draft might compare to it. An IP's edit summary reassurance that "it does happen in the comic" isn't enough. --McGeddon (talk) 22:35, 20 November 2016 (UTC)
I don't have a primary source to provide, but I do want to note that an IP's edit summary is as good as anyone else's - see IPs are human too. Mihirpmehta (talk) 04:53, 23 December 2016 (UTC)
That said, edit summaries are not the right place for sourcing article claims, of course. Mihirpmehta (talk) 04:55, 23 December 2016 (UTC)
What's with the missing nominee in the category "Best Original Screenplay" at the "89th Academy Awards"? The five official nominees were "Manchester by the Sea" (won), "Hell or High Water", "La La Land", "The Lobster", and "20th Century Women". What is the source of this confusion?--Bobbylon (talk) 07:05, 3 March 2017 (UTC)