This Green Lantern situation is rather ridiculous. I've seen some rumor that John & Hal are still being saved for the movie and won't be making appearances/be namedropped in the soon to be released GL Corps. HBO Max please revive GLTAS.Snyder was going to cast Trevante Rhodes as John Stewart before WB has other idea for Stewart:
Zack Snyder recently revealed that WB forced him to remove Green Lantern from his cut of Justice League, and a new report claims to reveal which actor the filmmaker had in mind to play the DC Comics hero.www.comicbookmovie.com
Well, the respective filmmakers connected to them are too busy doing other things. Even too busy to produce. DuVernay never seemed like a good choice for New Gods. The Trench could have worked, but I also think it may have involved Amber Heard, which is kinda icky right now.According to The Hollywood Reporter, the New Gods and The Trench movies are not moving forward.
The Batman, The Flash, Black Adam, Shazam! Fury Of The Gods, Blue Beetle, Batgirl, Supergirl, Green Lantern Corps and Static Shock, Zatanna, Wonder Woman 3 and J.J. Abrams' new Superman movie should still be safe.
It's not easy making a DC movie, it seems .Screenwriter Chris Terrio (Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, Justice League, Star Wars: Rise of the Skywalker) has a very lengthy tell-all interview with Vanity Fair. Basically, he burns through his frustrating experience dealing with Warner Bros's inconsistent and haphazard goals (and the surrounding backlashs) creating an extended universe, though he appreciates his time with Zack Snyder and the film cast..
"...somehow I’m the person with the dark sensibility? I wanted to say, 'I’ve been saving you from yourselves! I’ve been working with the director to bring a voice of conscience and sanity to the almost perversely dark film you’ve been developing for years, but I’m the problem here?'”It's not easy making a DC movie, it seems .
Had no idea the WW script wasn't even finished when Terrio did his JL script,Right before the time of Batman/Superman, I was asked to attend an event in New York where the cast and filmmakers were paraded in front of a room of investors at the Time Warner Center, I guess to convince them that their money was in good hands... something about the distribution of power at that time just seemed off to me. It was removing even the pretense that capital [film execs] wasn’t calling the shots.
So pretty much what you'd expect...including the League like this is the DC Animated Feature universe .