The DCEU community has been a victim to major trolling with the Green lantern casting news. It was rumored that Armie Hammer was all set to take on the role of space patrol superhero. Surprisingly, the rumor turned came close to reality when the actor also started to go along with it just for the fun.
Unfortunately, after a long amount of trolling by Hammer on twitter and no updates from DCEU, we were forced to drop the rumor. Recently, the actor was asked a straight question by Collider regarding the rumor and troll over Green Lantern. Fortunately, Hammer was also willing to give a straight up response.
“Man, jeez… It was fun for a while and now I’m convinced that everyone’s gonna turn on me so I’m like ‘Oh shit, slowly backing away,’” said Hammer.
He also added, “I have nothing to confirm nor deny. The only talk of me being Green Lantern that I have heard in my life has only come from social media.”
In other news, It looks like Jason Momoa and Patrick Wilson are getting along great as we all expected. Earlier on Friday, the Aquaman actor snapped a selfie with his “real half brother”, calling him as King Orm.
Momoa also shared his excitement working with Wilson and said, “its honor to play Aquaman.” Fans can check out the photo below.
Arthur and King Orm will begin working together on the upcoming Aquaman in a few weeks. Soon, Dolph Lundgren will also be sharing the screen with two actors to play as King Nereus of the Kingdom of Xebel.
A tweeted from Aquaman Shrine also revealed that Amber Heard is headed to Australia to begin her filming for the standalone movie. Fans can check out the image below. Aquaman is all set hit theaters on December 21st, 2018.
/ 2 weeks ago
‘That’s true’: Snyderverse is over according to Rebel Moon director, DC Studios CEO reacts, Zack shows interest in directing for Gunn’s DC & more
It’s the end of an era for Snyderverse supporters and although that statement has...
/ 3 weeks ago
Amazon & WGA reportedly clash over this Spider-Man spinoff animated series from Spider-Verse 2 producers
The end of the WGA strike continues to haunt projects that were greenlit prior...