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The Honest Trailer For Justice League Reminds You About The Film's Existence

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Justice League wasn't the WORST DC Comics film, but it was still a far cry from a satisfying Marvel movie.

Maybe not so much orange tint and CGI next time, Zack Snyder/Joss Whedon? Leave Henry Cavill's face alone!

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Jason Momoa 'Bummed' Over Justice League's Failure — But He's Looking On The Positive Side!

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Jason Momoa isn't shedding tears over what those rotten critics have to say about Justice League!

The latest DC Comics blockbuster made a lukewarm splash with the prickly professional movie reviewers who still have a bad taste in their mouths from the franchise's last superhero mashup Batman V Superman.

Related: Justice League Doesn't Get The Box Office Warner Bros Wanted

But if you ask the actor behind Aquaman, the film is AWESOME and all those salty critics can suck on a barnacle!

Still, Momoa admitted he was "kind of bummed" after hearing Justice League had gotten mixed reviews — but he's not about to wade through the negativity. He explained to EW:

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Ben Affleck Joins Justice League Costars In First Public Appearance Since Completing Rehab!

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Ben Affleck isn't sitting on the sidelines!

The 44-year-old — who just completed a stint in rehab for alcohol abuse — attended CinemaCon in Las Vegas on Wednesday, where he posed alongside his Justice League costars including Henry Cavill, Jason Momoa, Ezra Miller, Ray Fisher, and the film's director, Zack Snyder.

Happy to see him in good spirits!

[Image via Judy Eddy/WENN.]

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Whoa! Former Warner Bros. Employee SLAMS CEO Kevin Tsujihara In Raging Open Letter!

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Shots have been seriously fired!

On Thursday, Pajiba.com published an open letter from an alleged former Warner Bros. employee, and it is SCATHING!

The author only identifies themselves as Gracie Law — which is most likely a reference to Kim Cattrall's character from Big Trouble in Little China in an apparent effort to keep the writer's true identity hidden.

Related: Twitter Rounds Up All The #SuicideSquadRejects!

In the note, the ex WB worker SLAMS CEO Kevin Tsujihara over his 2014 decision to lay off ten percent of the studio's staff.

The disgruntled former employee explained how upsetting the firing process was, writing:

"Every morning I woke up with a pit in my stomach, because I assumed that would be the day I lost my job. Every day I saw someone packing up their desk, or carrying a box to their car. I can not describe to you the relief I felt when my department was told we were safe, or the guilt I felt afterwards walking through the halls of my office with that relief."

But, they admit that the worst part was the memo Kevin had sent to his staff about the job cuts, explaining the layoffs would allow Warner to afford to continue working with big directors, actors, and producers.

It read:

"At Warner Bros., we work with the world's most extraordinary storytellers, and our focus has always been to provide the creative environment and financial resources they need to realize their vision. Our commitment to that won't change. In fact, we're investing more than ever in our film and television productions."

This really upset the author, who watched about a thousand jobs get slashed, only so the studio could crank out flop after flop.

The ex worker admitted they had started writing the letter back in 2014, but held off on publishing it in the hopes that Suicide Squad would turn out to be a huge success.

But when the antihero flick got panned in reviews, the staffer got PISSED, penning:

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Warner Bros. Claims Batman V Superman Disappointment Has NOT Hurt Their Schedule — As They Add Two NEW DC Movies!

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Despite negative critic reviews, Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice still had a pretty explosive first weekend at the box office, setting the March record with $166.1 million domestic opening.

But after that the superhero team up had a HUGE drop off — 69 percent to be exact, a drop largely attributed to poor word of mouth.

Related: Jared Leto Wants To 'Redefine' The Joker In Suicide Squad!

While we're still waiting to see if the DC comic flick will turn a profit after its rumored $250 million budget and $150 million in advertising, it's clear the movie won't be quite the success Warner Bros hoped for.

Rampant speculation that WB might not release quite as many movies as a result of the disappointment — along with recent cape-less failures

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Ben Affleck Has Already Written His Own Solo Batman Movie — Screw The Haters!

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What negative reviews?

The most recent superhero blockbuster Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice hasn't exactly been the success that Warner Brothers hoped it would be, but that might not stop a certain vigilante from getting his own spin-off!

Despite an incredible box office take, not only has the cast and the director Zack Snyder had to defend the film, but some fans have even started a petition to get Snyder removed from helming The Justice League: Part One.

Related: Thor Ragnarok Will Be Tom Hiddleston's 'Last Time' Playing Loki!

Well, if you hated the movie but enjoyed Ben Affleck's debut as Batman, then we've got some great news — because it sounds like he's itching to make his very own solo Batman flick!

In a recent interview with Hollywood Reporter, WME-IMG's co-CEOs Ari Emanuel and Patrick Whitesell revealed exactly how many more times Ben is contracted to appear as The Dark Knight, saying:

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Batman V Superman Was SO DISAPPOINTING Fans Are Petitioning To Remove Zack Snyder As Director From The Justice League!

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Despite its heroic box office earnings, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice has fans divided — and NOT about which DC Comics hero they're rooting for!

Not everyone hated the superhero flick, but BvS was generally panned by the critics, which shook some fans' faith in director Zack Snyder!

Regardless of the film's lack of critical praise, the DC cinematic universe is about to expand faster than Ben Affleck's biceps, and not everyone wants Snyder in charge of that show — specifically, helming the upcoming Justice League movie!

Related: The Cast Of BvS Responds To Negative Reviews!

Even though the filmmaker has a very specific vision in mind for the film that will assemble The Flash, Aquaman, Cyborg, and more comic book faves, fans are urging Warner Bros. to kick their golden director to the curb!

Not one, but TWO petitions started on change.org are specifically requesting the removal of Snyder from the franchise!

The first petition is based

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