Published: Thu, November 16, 2017
Culture&Arts | By Hattie Nash

Rotten Tomatoes Won't Reveal 'Justice League' Score Until Opening Day

Rotten Tomatoes Won't Reveal 'Justice League' Score Until Opening Day

This week, "Justice League" will be the featured flick on "See It/Skip It", and its score will be unveiled once the show airs at 12:01 a.m. EST on Thursday (9:01 p.m. PST on Wednesday).

Justice League hits theaters everywhere Friday. It turns out one app has the unfiltered score available.

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A rep for Rotten Tomatoes tells Fox News they'll reveal the film's Tomatometer score on a new live show on Facebook early Thursday morning and then post it on the site, but some think the delay may have something to do with the fact that Time Warner is part owner of Rotten Tomatoes and also happens to own Warner Bros., the studio behind the film.

Thus far, the reviews for Justice League have been kinder than some expected. That consensus is mirrored in Justice League's Metacritic score, which similarly places in right in the middle of the 4 previous DC shared universe installments.

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Breitbart's John Nolte blamed it on "corporate chicanery", but others feel a Tomatometer score wouldn't impact the film's success because it already has a loyal, built-in fan base.

Wonder Woman was both a blockbuster and a darling on Rotten Tomatoes with a 92 percent rating, but it's likely that Justice League has more in common with Batman v Superman, considering Zack Snyder directed both.

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Variety said "Justice League", which cost an estimated $300 million to make, remains on track for "an impressive, but hardly heroic" opening weekend of $110 million at 4,040 North American locations. This has been especially true since February 2016, when Fandango acquired Rotten Tomatoes. Richard Lawson, writing forVanity Fair, puts it like this: "Justice League is such a misguided mess-often feeling entirely unguided-that you want to intervene, softly saying, 'Stop, stop, you don't have to do this, stop.'" The Verge's Tasha Robinson is more positive, but still has words like "fractured" and "odd tonal mismatches". He said, "I'm sorry that everyone wasted their time and money making it-and that people are being asked to waste their time and money seeing it".

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