Warner Bros. has once again restructured their DC movie slate. This time, the film affected by the changes is the ensemble galactic reboot Green Lantern Corps. The push isn’t particularly major and it still maintains the project as the final movie to release on the official slate of dates. The new Green Lantern film will now launch on July 24, 2020, as opposed to its original June 19, 2020 date, reports The Wrap.
You can check out the updated DCEU film slate below, courtesy of Batman-News.
- Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice – March 25, 2016
- Suicide Squad – August 5, 2016
- Wonder Woman – June 2, 2017
- Justice League: Part One – November 17, 2017
- The Flash – March 16, 2018
- Aquaman – July 27, 2018
- Unknown Movie – October 5, 2018
- Shazam – April 5, 2019
- Justice League: Part Two – June 14, 2019
- Unknown Movie – November 1, 2019
- Cyborg – April 3, 2020
- Green Lantern Corps – July 24, 2020
Green Lantern Corps remains a mystery. Little to nothing is actually known about it, aside from this fresh take having multiple Green Lanterns of Earth. The rumor mill has been churning with speculation surrounding George Miller, Mad Max: Fury Road’s director, being considered to helm the film. However, these reports have yet to be confirmed or denied by either Miller or WB.
We also know GL, who is historically a Justice League founding member, won’t be involved in the founding of the League for the DCEU. According to Justice League producer Charles Roven, a GL will likely not make their grand entrance until Justice League: Part Two, which launches in 2019 on June 14.
In other Green Lantern related awesomeness, a fan recently posted an image of Ice Cube as a GL, and Kevin Smith seemed to think the rapper/actor would be a good fit for the film. Truthfully, Cube could probably pull it off; if nothing else, he’d make a great voice for Kilowog. Tell us your thoughts on all the above in the comments down below.
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