The initial critics reviews for Black Adam might have had Warner Bros. Discovery execs biting their nails, but as a new ad touts, "the fans have spoken."
The superhero movie starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson gained just a 39% critics score on the ratings aggregator Rotten Tomatoes but opened to more than $67 million over the weekend, taking the top slot at the U.S. box office and proving the movie, and its star, to be critic-proof.
Johnson admitted as much in an Instagram post Tuesday, in which he forwarded the TV spot, which also touted the movie's 90% audience score. "THANK YOU SO MUCH to all of you for making BLACK ADAM a monumental and historical WIN this weekend," Johnson said before adding, "New Era. Audience First."
Black Adam's worldwide take is $140 million.