Yesterday, Rotten Tomatoes announced it would wait until Thursday at 12:01 a.m. ET to reveal the site aggregator’s Justice League Tomatometer score, despite the fact that Warner Bros.’ review embargo lifted last night. It likely didn’t count on a movie app pre-empting things, though.
The site had planned to make this score available on its new See It/Skip It Facebook show first, but Fast Company noted that Flixster, a movie app that allows its users to search movies by Tomatometer score, revealed the superhero team-up flick’s grade.
Per a screenshot taken on Wednesday morning, the movie held a 48% rating, which jibes with the mixed-to-negative reviews that have now made their way online.
The app has since pulled down the score.
Justice League is currently well on its way to having the second-biggest opening weekend of Warner Bros.’ DC Extended Universe, behind Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, with predictions that the Zack Snyder-Joss Whedon film could rake in between $110-$120 million in the U.S. and $325-$355 million internationally.