“Unite the League!” Wait, Green Lantern’s Hal Jordan isn’t found anywhere in the released trailer for “Justice League.” Given that the league comprises of Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg, The Flash and Green Lantern… fans speculate that there would be a part 2 wherein Hal could be featured.
According to Comic Book, Hal Jordan could also be featured in another “Justice League” DC Extended Universe movie or maybe give a surprise cameo in the main movie. Moreover, who’s playing the Green Lantern Corps member is speculated to be none other than Armie Hammer.
Reports had also shown that the actor trolls fans on Twitter regarding whether he would play the role or not. The tweet showed Hammer responding to a question whether is he Hal or not by just tweeting “*starts sweating* ummm....” It was then said that this wouldn’t be the last time Hammer could troll with “Justice League” fans.
Nonetheless, Hammer wasn’t the only one trolling with fans. Superman actor Henry Cavill also mentioned hinting a possible appearance of Hal Jordan in “Justice League” as well. Cavill released three Instagram posts wherein one is captioned that he is buffing up to be bigger than Green Lantern per Batman News.
In another Instagram post, “Justice League” Superman actor posted a photo of his dog Kal named after Superman’s name Kal-El captioned that he is looking for Hal. The third was a selfie showing a silhouette of Hal. Hyped were the fans were to see Hammer like all three of Cavill’s teaser posts.
Screen Rant then reported Armie’s statement in a press event at SXSW for “Free Fire” that he is, “Okay now. I’m in physical therapy. I have another month of that. I don’t know (if I’m still in the running for Green Lantern Corps). Technically (I am), because they haven’t hired anyone.”
Rest assured fans could watch “Justice League” casts Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Gal Gadot, Jason Momoa, Ray Fisher, Ezra Miller, Ciarán Hinds, Diane Lane, Jeremy Irons, Amy Adams and Jesse Eisenberg. The movie directed by Zack Snyder is then said to fly in theaters on Nov. 17, 2017.
Since I came off the ol knee injury I've been steadily increasing my training work load. I know it's irritating when people say this but it genuinely does feel so good to be back in it. I'm not destroying myself every day. Just working towards improvement by pushing hard enough to elicit change. Nothing funny to post here, it's deadly serious because I've got to make sure that I'm bigger than Green Lantern....Wait whaaat?
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