Batman and Superman have spoken.
Stars of the blockbuster "Dawn of Justice," Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill, are responding to the negative reviews the movie has received from critics. In short, they think it's up to the fans to decide if they like the movie or not.
Outlets like Entertainment Weekly and Variety gave the film a poor grade and called the plot incoherent and jumbled.
"We get the critics who have their personal opinions," Cavill told Yahoo UK. "The thing about personal opinions is they always come from a place and there's a preconceived idea which you have to get past, the critic, before you start writing your article or your review and that affects everything."
He continued, "What is really going to matter, I believe, is what the audience says. They are the ones who are buying the tickets."
The 32-year-old actor playing the Man of Steel added that after this weekend the audience will have spoken either way.
Affleck, 43, added, "I agree."
When talking to director Zack Snyder, he said, "I'm a comic book guy, and really I made the movie based on as much on that aesthetic."
Finally Amy Adams, who plays Lois Lane in the film, said the actors and Snyder can't go into a film making it for the critics.
"I know we really hope the fans like it," she added.