Rotten Tomatoes havs officially announced that they’ll be withholding the Tomatometer score for Justice League as an exclusive event for their online show See It/Skip It.
Rotten Tomatoes recently launched this online show on Facebook in which the two host, Segun Oduolowu and Jacqueline Coley go on and announce the Tomatometer score for the latest film releasing that weekend. This action is clearly a way for RT to bust the viewership for the show, as many will be waiting on pins and needles to see what the score for one of the most anticipated movies of 2017.
This announcement has been met with a lot criticism by fans and others alike, as some feel like this is a gimmick only meant for Rotten Tomatoes to gain traffic to their online show, while others believe it’s the workings of Warner Bros. to hide the rotten score people believe Justice League receive as long as possible.
As the score won’t be reveal until Thursday, November 16th at 12:01 am ET, when the embargo for critic reviews has been set to be released on November 15th at 8am ET.
— Rotten Tomatoes (@RottenTomatoes) November 13, 2017
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