The director of the latest superhero flop is getting candid.

On Monday, David F. Sandberg took to Twitter to share his feelings about the failure of his sequel “Shazam! Fury of the Gods” at the box office.

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This past weekend, the movie opened to just $30.1 million domestically, lower that initial estimates, and a far cry from the $53 million the first film earned in its opening.

Despite the disappointment, Sandberg appeared to take it all in stride, noting that though the film earn the lowest Rotten Tomatoes critics score of all his films, the audience score was his highest.

“I was still a little surprised because I think it’s a good film. Oh well,” he wrote.

He added that he is “very eager to go back to horror,” and said, “After six years of Shazam I’m definitely done with superheroes for now.”

Before taking on the DC Studios blockbusters, the Swedish director helmed the small-budget horror hit “Lights Out” in 2016, followed by the Conjuring Universe entry “Annabelle: Creation” in 2017.

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In his thread, Sandberg continued, “Just to be clear, I don’t regret for even a second making the Shazam movies,” though he did admit, “One thing I’ve really been looking forward to is disconnecting with the superhero discourse online.”

“Shazam! Fury of the Gods” was produced under the previous regime at DC Studios, but was the first film released since James Gunna and Peter Safran were named co-CEOs of the studio, with a mandate to get the DC Universe in order.