‘DC League of Super-Pets’ Breaks Box Office Records, Receives Overwhelming Critical Praise

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HOLLYWOOD, CA–The revolutionary creative minds behind the DCEU have done it again! They’ve taken box offices by storm with DC League of Super-Pets, the latest epic installment in the DCEU. With an opening weekend far surpassing all expectations and already making up for DC’s financial losses with Justice League, this genre-redefining superhero film is sure to be talked about for years to come.

“This is definitely the best Super-Pets film that’s ever been made,” said The New Dork Times. Film review site Megacritic added, “Of all the movies that have come out, this is certainly one of them.” On the review aggregator website Rotten Potatoes, the film currently holds a rating of 112% fresh, based on over 9,000 reviews. Unbiased sources within DC have confirmed that all of the reviewers are real people and definitely not just bots!

Even the movie’s voice actors have spoken out about the career-defining opportunity to appear in this film. “Trust me, this is a huge movie,” said John Krasinski, who portrays Superman. “It’s not a stretch to call this my biggest superhero role of the year! And definitely the one with the most screen time.”

Lead actor Dwayne Johnson, voice of Krypto the Superdog, wholeheartedly agreed. “Out of all the DC characters I could have possibly played this year, Krypto is absolutely the single one I would have chosen.”

Indeed, DC League of Super-Pets had a super opening weekend! It’s already turned into the biggest DC film of the year (Batman who?), the biggest superhero film of the past year (after everyone forgot about Spider-Man), and the biggest animated film of the past year (we don’t talk about Encanto). It’s gunning for the top in highest-grossing films of 2022 as a real maverick contender. It might even be on track to surpass fan-favorite film Morbius as the most beloved movie of the year!

We honestly can’t oversell this movie. If you haven’t seen DC League of Super-Pets yet, then you’re really barking up the wrong tree.

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