Justice League Actor Shares New Green Lantern Photo

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It's no secret that Green Lantern was supposed to appear in Zack Snyder's Justice League before the filmmaker was told to keep the character out of the film because of Warner Bros.' planned Green Lantern Corps project. Still, that didn't stop Snyder from casting the superhero and doing a screen test with actor Wayne T. Carr. So it's no surprise that Carr is celebrating the movie's first anniversary by sharing a behind-the-scenes look at his Snyder Cut character!

Zack Snyder had previously confirmed that Wayne T. Carr was supposed to play Green Lantern in Justice League and they had even gone as far as filming a scene that would ultimately be deleted from the movie. Now, in celebration of the Snyder Cut's first anniversary, Carr decided to share a photo from the deleted scene. Check it out below.

Give the fans what they want- JL 2/3 #RestoreTheSnyderVerse," Carr wrote. "In brightest day…"

It's an awesome glimpse at what Green Lantern would have looked like in Justice League. The CGI suit is certainly fitting and we're all wondering if there is a possibility that we'll ever get to see Carr in action as John Stewart.

Fans have been hoping that Justice League will eventually get sequels now that the Snyder Cut has been released. However, it looks like Warner Bros. is determined to take the DC Universe in a new direction. Nevertheless, people continue to hope that the SnyderVerse will be something to look forward to in the future. Stay tuned for more updates on this story.

The Snyder Cut was initially a project that Warner Bros. did not consider but fans worked together to make themselves heard. After the hashtag #ReleaseTheSnyderCut repeatedly went viral, the studio ultimately agreed to let Snyder release his director's cut of the movie. Zack Snyder's Justice League was officially released on March 18, 2021.

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