Back in May of 2021, we got our first look at Wayne T. Carr as the Green Lantern that Zack Snyder originally envisioned for his Justice League film. Sadly, it didn’t even make its way into the HBO Max special he was able to make, as Warner Bros. wouldn’t let him use the character. He only offered a shot of what could’ve been through his phone, but on the one-year anniversary, actor Wayne T. Carr just shared a high-res look at him in the costume offering the best look yet at what could’ve been. Not only that, but he is also continuing the “Restore the SnyderVerse” movement hoping to see the two planned sequels see the light of day, or maybe just the brightest day.
It’s a nice touch for the first-year anniversary and it really is a shame we didn’t get to see his version of the character. The design looks great, and the symbol floating above the chest piece has been a personal favorite addition to their design. So, it’s great seeing it in live-action. Warner Bros. is still working on a live-action series and film focused on the Green Lantern Corps, but the project has gone cold quite some time ago. For now, we’re still waiting for an official announcement as it’s mostly just been rumored.