On top of that, critic aggregation site Rotten Tomatoes is delaying its reveal of the film's aggregate critic score until 12:01 a.m. Thursday to coincide with the unveiling of their new Facebook show "See It/Skip it".
If you're hoping Rotten Tomatoes will tell you whether or not you need to see Justice League, you probably won't be buying advance tickets.
This has already occurred with Bad Moms Christmas, Thor: Ragnarok, and Murder on the Orient Express, whose scores were revealed at the end of each See It/Skip It episode.
Rotten Tomatoes took to Twitter on Tuesday morning to announce that they would be revealing the official score of the film on Thursday, just after midnight.
It's typically industry standard for studios to allow reviews to be published a week or more before a movie hits theaters.
If a Tomatometer rating is good, Hollywood studios may not be happy to see their movies being selected for the See It/Skip It reveal, since the score is a powerful marketing tool in and of itself. Conversely, if a score is rotten, the delay could prove a blessing. This summer, a slew of event films earning a rotten score were beached domestically - Baywatch (19 percent) and Transformers: The Last Knight (15 percent) among them - while tentpoles earning scores north of 90 percent did better than expected, including Wonder Woman, Spider-Man: Homecoming and Dunkirk. But Rotten Tomatoes claims there's nothing fishy happening, telling THR that "the company is making every attempt to pick a film whose reviews break closest to the air date of 'See It/Skip It'".