Although Rotten Tomatoes planned to delay the big reveal, Justice League’s Tomatometer score leaked on a social movie app.
Despite Warner Bros. ‘ reviewing the embargo, and Rotten Tomatoes’ decision to delay disclosure of its oft-dreaded aggregate score, the website’s note for Justice League previously leaked on a social movie app.
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Fast Company notes that Flixter, which features reviews of Rotten Tomatoes and allows users to search movies by Tomatometer score, reveals this figure for Justice League, and it’s not particularly good: 48%. This might not be all that surprising, given that early reviews of Zack Snyder’s film have been mixed at best, ranging from funny to boring. If a consensus has emerged, it’s that the film is a bit chaotic.
Rotten Tomatoes have announced that they will not reveal Justice Leagueuntil 12:01 am PT on Thursday, suggesting Warner Bros., which owns a minority stake in the website, may have lobbied in hopes of improving the opening weekend’s box office of the movie. However, it seems more likely that the site is using the big reveal as an opportunity to increase its audience. View / Ignore series on Facebook.
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Opening Friday throughout the country, Justice League stars Ben Affleck in Batman, Gal Gadot in Wonder Woman, Henry Cavill in Superman, Amy Adams in Lois Lane, Jason Momoa in Aquaman, Ezra Miller in The Flash, Ray Fisher in Cyborg, Jeremy Irons in Alfred Pennyworth, Diane Lane in Martha Kent, Willem Dafoe as Nuidis Vulko, Ciarán Hinds as Steppenwolf, Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor and JK Simmons as Commissioner Gordon.
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