Dwayne Johnson Celebrates DC’s League of Super Pets’ High Viewership Scores

Dwayne Johnson has thanked fans for all the love as the DC movie League of Super-Pets receives top ratings online during its opening weekend.

Dwayne Johnson expresses gratitude to moviegoers for donating DC League of Super Pets higher online audience ratings.

The animated family comedy reached an audience score of 88% on Rotten Tomatoes on Saturday, earning the film a fresh rating while also nabbing an A- on the CinemaScore movie calling system. Johnson, who voices Krypto the Superdog, celebrated the rave reviews from fans on Instagram. “Amazed by the love that audiences (and critics) are showing our #DCSuperPets,” he captioned a high score chart. “Our @SevenBucksProd always tries to do their best to provide quality entertainment for our number one boss – you – the public. Keep enjoying our family event movie of the summer! @DCLeagueofSuperPets is in theaters nationwide whole world !”

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DC League of Super Pets also largely impressed critics, and it proved to be the most popular choice for fans heading to theaters this weekend as the release of Warner Bros. debuted at number one at the domestic box office with an estimate of $23 million. While that’s enough to win the box office crown, the figure falls short of other big anime releases this summer like Pixar’s. Light year, which took in $50.2 million when it launched in June. Even that pales in comparison to Universal’s latest installment in the Minions franchise, Minions: The Rise of Gruwhich raked in $107 million in its first three days.

DC League of Super Pets is loosely based on the Legion of Super-Pets, a team that was originally introduced to readers of adventure comics in 1962. The film reunites Johnson with his regular sidekick, Kevin Hart, who lends his voice to Ace the Bat-Hound. The shelter dog joins Krypto and his team of other superhero pets to help rescue their captured owners. The film also features the voices of John Krasinski as Superman/Clark Kent, Keanu Reeves as Batman/Bruce Wayne, and Kate McKinnon as Lulu, an evil hairless guinea pig. Other cast members include Diego Luna, Olivia Wilde, Natasha Lyonne, Vanessa Byer, and Marc Maron.

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The Warner Bros movie. isn’t the only superhero project Johnson is working on as he prepares for the long-awaited launch of black adam in October. An apparent 2019 spin-off Shazam! (even though the character didn’t appear in that movie), the action blockbuster’s trailer debuted at San Diego Comic-Con 2022 and introduced fans to Johnson’s titular antihero – who happens to be Shazam’s violent enemy in the comics. This will be the 11th release in the DC Extended Universe.

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