ZACK SNYDER'S JUSTICE LEAGUE Merchandise Teases Plans For Green Lantern In The "Snyder Cut"
Some newly revealed merchandise for Zack Snyder's Justice League includes Green Lantern's logo, a hint that we will indeed see the character at some point in the long-awaited "Snyder Cut" of the movie.
There have been rumblings for a while now that Green Lantern might appear in Zack Snyder's Justice League, but which one? We know that Yalan Gur is part of the flashbacks to Uxas and Steppenwolf's attack on Earth, and while he'll likely have an extended role in the "Snyder Cut," is it enough to justify including his logo alongside characters like Superman and Batman on official merch?
That's a question a lot of fans are asking today, because a sticker sheet for sale (with a tonne of other goodies) on Ink to the People includes that iconic Green Lantern shield.
Snyder could have secretly cast a character like Hal Jordan, Sinestro, or John Stewart for this version of Justice League, especially as we know reshoots already added Jared Leto's Joker. If that was possible, then bringing in a member of the Green Lantern Corps isn't outside the realm of possibility.
We probably shouldn't get too excited, but Martian Manhunter's logo is there, and we know that hero will have a small, but key role in the plot. Snyder is definitely throwing everything into his Justice League movie, and you can't blame him for that when this looks to be his only chance to tell the story of these iconic DC Comics superheroes in the way he always wanted to.
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