It has been a long uphill battle for Zack Snyder but he was able to finally complete his work on Justice League. After initially leaving the project, he was given the chance to bring his original vision to life in a four-hour cut featuring all unused footage. He even got the chance to add some of the missing pieces he wasn’t able to shoot originally. The title Zack Snyder’s Justice League confirmed that the project was fully in his hands, but that didn’t mean that Warner Bros. didn’t influence the project. Sadly, one aspect that got scrapped was the inclusion of Wayne T. Carr as Green Lantern at the end of the film. It looks like Snyder didn’t want to leave that part forgotten and shared the first look at a Q&A event in Cinemark Playa Vista. Twitter user @IshaanShangha shared the first look:
— Ishaan Sangha (@IshaanSangha) May 14, 2021
It is uncertain if we might get an HD image of the character in all its Green Lantern glory, but it is good to know they did prepare a visual. If you look closely, you can see that it is closer to that of the comics, unlike the body-suit style the Green Lantern film went with. We did get a brief member of the intergalactic police joining the fight against Uxas when he initially tried to invade Earth. Carr would’ve played John Stewart, who was a prominent member of the Justice League in the comics and the animated series. It is uncertain if he might have a chance at playing the character in the upcoming HBO Max series, but it is great that Snyder is open to showcase the actor in full Green Lantern gear so this final piece of his full vision sees the world.