Joss Whedon Has Quit Twitter Amid Criticism Over "Avengers: Age Of Ultron"
The American director thanked his followers for their support before deactivating his account.
Film director Joss Whedon has deleted his Twitter account after some viewers expressed frustrations with his new film, Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Actor and comedian Patton Oswalt tweeted this after hearing of Whedon's departure.
Whedon has faced some criticism over the film, including the depiction of Aaron Taylor-Johnson's character, Quicksilver, and the portrayal of Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow, The Guardian reported.
And last month he found himself making headlines after openly criticising this clip of the upcoming Jurassic World.
Age of Ultron took $187.7 million (£124 million) at the US box office over the weekend, the second highest opening of all time.
And since opening in April, the film has so far made around $627 million (£413 million) worldwide.