The HBO Max Green Lantern project, which has been in production for years, is getting some clarity from James Gunn.
The new co-head of DC Studios disproved the story and labeled it “false” after a magazine said that the show had been canceled and would no longer proceed.
The Green Lantern series has been in production by Arrow producer Greg Berlanti since 2019. reported that the presentation’s focus had altered in October of this year. The series’ central protagonists, Guy Gardner and Alan Scott, would have been portrayed by Finn Wittrock and Jeremy Irvine, respectively. Instead, John Stewart, one of the longest-serving Green Lanterns and one of DC’s first Black superheroes, would command attention.
Both Strange Adventures and Green Lantern were confirmed to be in production in 2019. The DC properties, according to Berlanti, would be “unlike anything seen on television” when they were developed for the streaming service.
At the time, Berlanti stated, “A Green Lantern television series will take place in space, but I can’t say anything about it just yet. A collection of exemplary stories based in a universe with superpowers, and we will be going to space with a Marvel television series in what promises to be our largest DC show ever made.
Stranger Adventures would not be continuing at the streamer. It was confirmed in August. As the Warner Bros. Discovery merger develops and the new co-heads of DC Studios, Gunn and Peter Safran, lay out a new era for the DC Universe, 2022 has seen many changes for HBO Max and DC.
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