Ryan Reynolds to appear in Justice League film?

It’s like the old days all over again as rumor and hearsay surround the Zack Snyder cut of the Justice League. It can be seen in the trailer that Alfred is addressing a character who gives off a greenish hue in one scene so I always suspected that GL was going to turn up and was disappointed when that didn’t happen.

While the Green Lantern movie was a dud, Reynolds has new cache as a film star thanks to the Deadpool movies. Having him appear as the emerald guardian could be easier than re-casting the part. But we shall see.

More below via ScreenGeek:

Ryan Reynolds has morphed into an A-list actor, becoming a box office staple in films like Deadpool and Detective Pickachu. His journey to becoming a beloved star wasn’t always the easiest for Reynolds, who was often straddled with underwhelming big-budget projects early in his career. Along with playing a bizarre version of Deadpool in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Reynolds starred in DC’s long-awaited Green Lantern adaptation. While the star brought his usual charm to the project, he was sadly straddled in a thankless blockbuster that did little to reinvent its familiar formula.

Considering its’ been nearly a decade since that film bombed with critics and audiences alike, many assumed that Reynold’s time as Hal Jordan was over for good. Well according to Grace Randolph, Ryan Reynolds could potentially return as the Green Lantern, with the actor rumored to have a cameo role in the Snyder Cut of Justice League. The YouTube personality goes on to explain how Reynolds has always been a vehement supporter of Zack Snyder’s original vision for Justice League, believing that Reynolds and Warner Brothers are close to finalizing a deal.

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