In response to James Gunn, stories of The Inexperienced Lantern’s demise have been tremendously exaggerated.
In response to a report that HBO Max’s deliberate Inexperienced Lantern sequence had been scrapped, the brand new co-CEO of DC Studios responded on Twitter Dec. 26, merely writing: “Faux.”
A Inexperienced Lantern tv sequence was first introduced in 2019, which was set to deal with the characters of Man Gardner and Alan Scott. In truth, actors Finn Wittrock and Jeremy Irvine had already been solid within the respective roles.
Nonetheless, in October 2022, it was introduced that the sequence was shifting focus to John Stewart, one among DC’s first Black superheroes, in accordance with The Hollywood Reporter.
No casting information has been introduced concerning the function of John Stewart, however Wittrock and Irvine are not hooked up to the undertaking.
The choice to mildew the present round Stewart was made after the exit of former DC Movies President Walter Hamada earlier in October, in accordance with the outlet, however had “nothing to do” with Gunn and Peter Safran being elevated to their new co-CEO roles at DC Studios.
Beforehand, The Inexperienced Lantern was tailored right into a 2011 movie starring Ryan Reynolds because the titular superhero and Blake Energetic as his love curiosity Carol Ferris.