Confirmed: Justice League Tickets on Sale 10/25

Everything regarding the Justice League tickets has been in flux since I learned on Thursday they’d be going on sale this coming week. While they won’t be on sale tomorrow or Monday, I do now have the confirmed date.

Following some kind of ad on Tuesday night during Game 1 of the World Series (probably very similar to how a shorter version of the “Heroes” spot has played during the NLCS and ALCS), the tickets will be put on sale the next morning. There’s no exact time yet, that will come later after the ad plays.

It’s still possible some chains may begin selling Tuesday night during the game, but it sounds like it’s more likely they’ll hold off until the next morning.

This is much earlier than the previous rumored date of October 30th. And the movie is still 121 minutes.

Jeremy has been active on the web since the 90s. He’s written for sites such as IGN and Furious Fanboys and even once worked on Star Wars Galaxies (RIP). A long time ago in a galaxy far far away he used to Podcast about Star Wars with friends.

Harassment & Death Threats From DC Fans Upset Over Justice League’s Runtime

On Thursday I found out that Justice League tickets would be going on sale this coming week and that theaters were given a runtime of 121 minutes. Yesterday I had two more sources confirm it to me, and I even today checked with AMC’s customer support and they confirmed it’s in ComScore Rentrak as the OFFICIAL runtime from Warner Brothers.

But since DC fandom is so toxic, I’ve been bombarded with harassment and death threats ever since I said their superhero movie was only two hours long. This is the reaction DC fans are giving over the RUNTIME of a movie coming out. Threatening to kill me just because I relayed the news of how long the movie runs:

And people wonder why bloggers instantly block DC fans on Twitter.

Thankfully my contact form captures IP addresses. I’ve opened a report with the local FBI field office, so if you’re the person who sent these harassing emails please be aware that federal authorities are now involved. Have a nice day!

Jeremy has been active on the web since the 90s. He’s written for sites such as IGN and Furious Fanboys and even once worked on Star Wars Galaxies (RIP). A long time ago in a galaxy far far away he used to Podcast about Star Wars with friends.