The futureDC slate appears to be somewhat unambiguous following the cancellation ofBatgirl. Some projects, like Blue Beetleand The Flashseem, have yet to be reached that point, just like the supposedly upcoming Green Lanternseries.
This fabledGreen Lanternproject has been out in the air for quite some time, with information about it's development slowly getting carried out over the years. Actors Finn Wittrock and Jeremy Irvine have been signing on for roles as Guy Gardener and Alan Scott, with The Direct exclusively reporting on the possibility of a black female lead, the Dominators, and many time periods.
Even as the series' development has been long and seemingly troubling, it appears that it has not only survived, but will continue working.
The Green Lantern Series is set to premiere in a clair tone.
According to the article, the reason for the show's delay is creatives "taking their time with the effects-heavy show the priciest series Berlanti Productions has ever mounted in order to get it right."
The report also confirms the previous casting announcements of Finn Wittrock and Jeremy Irvine, as well as the director of the first two episodes, Lee Toland Krieger.
Green Lantern Keeps Towards Production
Although the upcoming Green Lanternseries is still quite distant, this reassuring, contrary to the controversy at Warner Bros. Discovery, is likely to confirm that the program is still on its way. With filming expected to begin later this year, this report makes a great deal of sense, reaffirming the company's commitment to the project during such uncertainty periods while also reassuring its supporters.
Even if the Green Lantern Corps becomes more susceptible to the show, it's still unclear what fans should expect from the series. Rumors about plot concepts might suggest a wide scope for the space-faring series, although it's unclear what form the series will adopt, with no clear details.
The project's source is interesting. Berlanti Productions have never worked on superhero costs before, most famously with the creation and expansion of the Arrowverse, but these projects have oftentimes missed a certain cinematic quality. In this context, the authors explain the possibility that the show will outshine its CW counterparts.
While Greg Berlanti is most famous for his CW shows such as The Flash, he recently admitted that while his name was put "all over it," he was actually fired from the program. As such, Berlanti may change his mind about making the wrong decisions.
The actual state and tone of the next Green Lantern show are still somewhat up in the air, but fans can rest assured that unlike many other upcoming DC projects, the Emerald Knights of Oa seem to be safe.