Stephen Amell Adds More Fuel To The Fire That He Might Appear In JUSTICE LEAGUE As Green Arrow
Ever since Arrow debuted on TV and after Man Of Steel hit theaters looking to expand the DC Universe on the big screen, people have been wondering if Stephen Amell would be taking his Green Arrow into the not so much of a secret Justice League movie Warner Brothers is working. The only little bit of info that we have had, are multiple quotes from Amell himself saying that he would like to do it if asked. However, there has been no confirmation that the star has even been asked to put on the green hood and join the ranks of Batman and Superman in a Justice League movie.
That was until now. While chatting it up with Fandango, Amell once again touched on the Justice League issue. “All we have to do for something like that to happen, or even be a possibility, is continue to take care of business with our show and then we put ourselves in a position, but the important thing is our show,” he explained.
Not only did he say it’s a possibility, apparently he has even had talks with Warner Brothers about being in Justice League. “I have had discussions,” said Amell. “But I think the gestation process for this project is a lot slower than most people think. I mean, they haven’t even shot the next one. They haven’t even shot a frame of the movie before the movie everyone thinks is the Justice League movie!”
The whole DC movies crossing over into their TV shows has been a tricky thing to grasp. Most people you talk to say there is no possibility what so ever that they will connect. This new revelation from Amell is interesting though. In a way it make sense that they would want to connect their most popular TV show to their movie universe. But on the flip side, WB seems pretty adamant that they separating the universes. Whatever the case may be, make sure to check back here at Comic Book Therapy for the latest.
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