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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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The Justice League Reviews Are In — And Critics Say It's At Least Better Than Batman V Superman!

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After it was announced that the Rotten Tomatoes score for Justice League wouldn't be revealed until the film's release date, DC Comics fans tensed up worse than Ben Affleck's grim Batman portrayal.

Now that the reviews are flying in, it appears Warner Bros.' superhero ensemble blockbuster was actually a step up from Batman V Superman — unfortunately, that's not saying much.

While the critics agreed Justice League was nowhere close to the quality of Wonder Woman, most felt a slight feeling of — what is that word? entertainment? — watching the superheroes band together for some banter and asskicking.

Video: Gal On Refusing To Play Wonder Woman Unless WB Fired Brett Ratner!

With Gal Gadot, Jason Momoa, and Ezra Miller stealing the show as Wonder Woman, Aquaman, and The Flash, reviewers weren't even completely put off by Affleck's forgettable performance as the Dark Knight.

But even a lighter, more Avengers-y tone couldn't totally save this film from being yet another miss for Batman and friends.

See what the critics had to say (below)!

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VOTE: Is Rotten Tomatoes The 'Destruction' Of Hollywood??!

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Brett Ratner is no stranger to poorly reviewed films.

Critics haven't always been kind to the director and producing mogul over the years, who's helmed films that were met with tepid reception, like X-Men: The Last Stand and The Family Man.

While the Hollywood veteran has plenty of respect for all the pretentious film critics out there, he made it clear that mass-scale movie review aggregators are ruining Hollywood.

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Specifically, the Rush Hour filmmaker named review aggregate site Rotten Tomatoes as the "destruction" of the movie biz!

Speaking at the Sun Valley Film Festival last weekend, the 47-year-old said reducing hundreds of reviews from print and online sources into a bite-sized aggregate score has become a poisonous and even inaccurate method.

He explained:

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Ben Affleck Wants To Quit Playing Batman Already?! See What Insiders Are Saying!

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By now, Ben Affleck knows a stinker when he smells one.

We sensed some trouble brewing in Gotham City last month when the multi-hyphenate stepped down from directing the upcoming solo Batman movie — supposedly so he could focus all his energy on playing the superhero.

But now it looks like Warner Bros. might need some saving, as new rumors are claiming Ben doesn't even want to be Batman anymore!

Video: Ben Wanted Casey Affleck To Thank Him In Golden Globes Speech

Before the Argo filmmaker bowed out of directing the Batman v Superman followup, he was making some distressing claims in interviews — saying there wasn't a script yet and that the project wasn't even a "sure thing"!

And according to insiders, the 44-year-old's apathetic responses are due to the fact that he wants to get out of playing the Caped Crusader altogether.

In the latest episode of YouTube's Collider Movie Talk, host John Campea explained he had spoken to three separate sources connected to the hot mess at WB, who all said Batfleck wants to hang up his cape for good.

Prefacing that listeners should take the news "with a massive, massive grain of salt," he dished:

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Ben Affleck Gets Way Serious Performing Scenes Written By Children — Watch Him Hug AND Fight Jimmy Fallon!

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From Argo to Batman v Superman, Ben Affleck is used to performing lines from all kinds of scripts.

But The Accountant star couldn't quite prepare himself for the complex dialogue in Jimmy Fallon's funny late night segment Kid Theater!

Stopping by Thursday's Tonight Show to promote his new film, the actor and host read scenes written by elementary school kids who were only given the title "The Accountant".

Video: Matt Damon & Ben Compete For Tom Brady's Affection!

Aside from a few giggles, the Oscar winner put some serious emotion into the kid-written lines — which resulted in a few moving vignettes about love, space travel, and of course, numbers.

Ch-ch-check out the funny performance (below) to see one of the best Kid Theater segments yet!

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Ben Affleck Just Revealed The Villain In His Solo Batman Movie — And It's NOT Who You Think! Watch!

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Since Suicide Squad opened a few weeks ago to pretty lousy reviews, there hasn't been a whole lot of news regarding DC movies…

But on Monday, Ben Affleck broke the silence!

The 44-year-old actor is currently filming Justice League, the followup flick to his widely panned Batman v Superman, but decided to drop some MAJOR news regarding the villain in his own Batman movie!

Related: Chris Hemsworth's Thor Gets A New Roommate In New Mockumentary!

It was announced months ago that Matt Damon's bestie would be writing and directing his own Batman movie, and earlier today the Oscar winner took to Twitter to share a video revealing what appeared to be a camera test of the villain…

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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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