According to Box Office Pro, Justice League currently sits with a 97 out of 100 "Fanticipation" rating on Fandango, which is truly an impressive score, which bodes well for Justice League's opening weekend box office.
Below are some additional number about the demographics involved with the Justice League ticket sales:
- 89% are fans of DC Entertainment.
- 84% saw “Wonder Woman” on the big screen.
- 80% are excited by the lighter tone of “Justice League”
- 66% are fans of Jason Momoa from “Game of Thrones”
- Fans picked Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) and Aquaman (Momoa) as the characters they most wanted to see in “Justice League.”
In our own Comicbook.com anticipation ratings, fans have given Justice League a much more modest 4.17/5 rating; however, since its release, Wonder Woman has only amassed a 4.18/5 composite ranking score, which sets an easy bar for Justice League to beat, if fan reaction to the film is on par with early anticipation.
Meanwhile, Warner Bros. and DC Films continue to carefully control the release day lead-in to Justice League. Social media reactions were carefully selected before going live online; official reviews are still being held until closer to release day; and even the Justice League Rotten Tomatoes score has been put under and unusual embargo. Given the history of DC Films releases and critical reactions, it's still unclear whether WB is simply hedging its bets with a more controlled release, or if this is actually damage control for the flood of bad reviews to come.
We'll know more in mere days, as Justice League hits theaters on November 17th.