Why Rotten Tomatoes delayed the Justice League score until opening day


"There's only so much you can do with other 15, 20 percent of the movie". It turns out one app has the unfiltered score available.

This week, that movie will be Warner Bros.' superhero extravaganza Justice League, which hits theaters Thursday night.

The Justice League Rotten Tomatoes score has apparently accidently leaked online through the Flixster App.

What: A sneak peak at the oddly suppressed Rotten Tomatoes score for Justice League.

However, fans have taken to social media to point out that apparently the Justice League Rotten Tomatoes score is on Flixster-and it's 46%.

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As always, fans speculated about what the early score could mean for the film. "But it's certainly hard to ignore". One of the show's regular features is a "Tomatometer Score Reveal" - and this week's reveal is Justice League, the hotly anticipated DC Extended Universe movie that unites Batman, Wonder Woman, Cyborg, Aquaman, The Flash, and Superman.

For the record, the DCEU Rotten Tomatoes to date: Wonder Woman came in at 92%; Batman vs Superman at 27%; Suicide Squad at 26%; Man of Steel at 55%.

Part of the reason many eyes are on how "Justice League" performs is because of the smashing success of "Wonder Woman".

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. With no Rotten Tomatoes score, it was tough to determine whether the trickle of poor early reviews is a fluke or a consensus. This has been especially true since February 2016, when Fandango acquired Rotten Tomatoes. The score is then posted on the regular Rotten Tomatoes website midday on Thursday. It seems, however, that the final verdict of many of these reviews is that Justice League still fails overall. 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".