Did Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson Hint He’s Green Lantern In JUSTICE LEAGUE?
Former WWE champion The Rock drops a BIG hint that he's up for the role of Green Lantern in the rumored Justice League movie. Read on to find out what he said and leave your thoughts in the usual place.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s name has been brought up a lot lately when discussing DC/WB's plans for the untitled Batman vs. Superman film and the rumoured Justice League film. This all began in November 2013 when the star posted a photo of himself and Warner Bros. CEO on twitter with the quote, “we’ll do some big cool things!”. Fans have been speculating that he's up for the role of John Stewart or Martian Manhunter in an upcoming DC/WB film. Dwayne Johnson has been a fan favourite to portray Lobo and Black Adam, with the pro-wrestler himself expressing interest in the roles.
Right after his meeting with the CEO of Warner Bros 3 months earlier The Rock posted the following image on instagram with the quote below (notice the out of place hashtag):
Known this beast since he was 15... Today, he's one of the best and most sought after producers in Hollywood. Brilliant, relentless and one big motherf*cker! Proud of you brother & thank you for all the hard work. #ProducerHiram #TeamRock #JohnStewartCanStillWhupSupermansAss
IGN picked up on this and tweeted the Fast and Furious star. Today Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson responded to the Green Lantern rumours. Here is his response to IGN:
Although it may seem he's brushing off the rumours, fans of The Rock know that he likes comparing the physical strength of his character with his co-star's characters (He has done so in the past with Vin Diesel's Fast and Furious character and Channing Tatum's G.I. Joe character). What are your thoughts on this? Do you think The Rock's Green Lantern can defeat Superman in a fist brawl?
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