100% Accurate Headlines
We strive for 100% accurate headlines and apply a rigorous verification procedure to every single piece on the site. Rumours and insider reports are labelled appropriately to distinguish between confirmed facts and industry buzz that is of interest to our readers.
Before writing every article, we make certain that the material is current and correct. We always double-check sources and go back to the original source (and reference material, if relevant) before we start writing. Even if other outlets broadcast unconfirmed news as official confirmation, we require 100% confirmation to claim it as such. We do not use clickbait in our posts. Our headlines may be big, but we don’t make sweeping assertions just to appear bold. It must be correct and fact-checked. The Movies Echo articles don’t just cover the news; we also provide industry-leading context to explain why the news is important to you.
Checking For Official Comment
We contact a spokesperson and/or studio public relations whenever we cover a rumour, leak, or announcement via non-official sources (such as Reddit, social media, YouTube channels, untested magazines, and so on). We did seek out, even if they are unable to reply or do not respond. We make certain that everyone has an opportunity to weigh in. Our writers and editors are industry veterans who ensure that every new post contains the most up-to-date information, the most accurate information, and all important facts.
We adhere to basic journalism norms when we are the original source. We cherish these open lines of communication with major developers, publishers, studios, and public relations firms.
The same standards apply to feature content, and we emphasise the necessity of research and objectivity – as well as providing a coherent argument (and when drawing out a conclusion or theory, considering and including relevant counter-arguments). This method allows us to cover more options and answer questions before readers ask them.
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