Finn Wolfhard Just Dragged James Charles For Tweeting During 'IT' & It Was Savage
11 September 2017, 10:44 | Updated: 18 September 2017, 15:22
James has released a full video apology after the internet went to town over his phone activity during a screening of the hit horror movie.
Beauty YouTuber James Charles has been forced to apologise to the cast and crew of horror movie IT after he was called out by castmember Finn Wolfhard for tweeting during a screening.
Charles tweeted that he wasn't enjoying the movie, claiming to be 5 mins into a showing when Finn pointed out that maybe he would enjoy it more if he, ya know, put his phone down:
Say it louder for the people at the back!
Charles quickly deleted his original tweet but, as we all know, the internet never forgets, and the exchange quickly inspired as many clown based memes as Twitter could handle:
finn calling out james charles is my aesthetic pic.twitter.com/fkt4tAPmOo— lena saw IT (@finnwolfhaard) September 10, 2017
james charles: it was sooo bad lemme give you all updates— person of color sis (@lottejansson) September 10, 2017
FINN JUST KILLED JAMES CHARLES IM SCREECHING pic.twitter.com/98RJu7qXRN— strangerthings (@foonwolfhard) September 10, 2017
Finn, your doing amazing sweetie pic.twitter.com/SbHYpfQ5ns— Ashi-Chan (@HinedereChan) September 11, 2017
Tbf, Charles seemed to take it pretty well:
I just got dragged by a legendary child actor I'm kinda honored https://t.co/mY1TkiHkML— James Charles (@jamescharles) September 10, 2017
But, after a seemingless endless stream of replies, he eventually released a short apology video, now claiming that he actually really liked the movie after all:
to address all drama regarding my comments on the "IT" movie pic.twitter.com/EtkNG474U3— James Charles (@jamescharles) September 10, 2017
So there ya go.
Although, no matter who's side you are on, at least it looks like most of us agree that texting in the cinema is always pretty messed up:
RT if you have literally never texted or tweeted while watching a movie in a theatre. https://t.co/2qzQ7vkGt1— Joe D. (@Shake_Well) September 10, 2017
Our faith in humanity is restored!
IT just had the biggest ever opening box office weekend of any horror movie with a sequel already in development.