‘Batman v Superman': LexCorp Suspends Operations After Lex Luthor’s Arrest (Photo)

“We do not understand Mr. Luthor’s actions and LexCorp does not take responsibility for his actions,” fictional company says

“Batman v Superman” fans who were hoping to score a job at Lex Luthor’s LexCorp are out of luck.

The company run by the notorious supervillain released a statement on Instagram announcing that they are suspending operations due to the actions of Luthor.

“Due to unfortunate circumstances, LexCorp Industries will be temporarily suspending it’s global operations,” the statement reads. “When interviewed about his actions against a fallen alien, Lex Luthor responded with; ‘Ding, ding, ding, ding. Are we entering the second round?'”

“We do not understand Mr. Luthor’s actions and LexCorp does not take responsibility for his actions,” it concludes. “Thank you for being patient.”

No doubt the company’s stock took a hit when its founder schemed to stage “the greatest gladiator match in the history of the world” between the Man of Steel and the Dark Knight.

And yet LexCorp shutting its doors is probably not going to affect the box office results for “Batman v Superman.” The DC Comics film took in a staggering $166 million its opening weekend at the domestic box office alone.

Globally, the film has done even better. To date it has raked on over $300 million overseas, bringing its total worldwide box office to $530 million.

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