It’s been revealed that Restore The SnyderVerse (the hashtag #RestoreTheSnyderVerse) is trending yet again on Twitter.
This all comes after actor Wayne T. Carr shared an incredible image of himself as Green Lantern.
Carr was supposed to play Green Lantern in Snyder’s Justice League movie.
We never actually got to see him in the role, even though he filmed scenes for the movie.
You can check out his tweet in which he shared the image of himself as Green Lantern below.
After Carr posted this tweet, with the hashtag #RestoreTheSnyderVerse, people took notice.
It seems as though fans of Zack Snyder’s Justice League and the SnyderVerse really like Carr in the role.
They then ended up getting the Restore The SnyderVerse hashtag trending on Twitter.
— MERC (@theeSNYDERVERSE) March 18, 2022
— ⒻⒶⓉⒶⓁ ⒿⒶⓎ (@FatalJayShow) March 17, 2022
Why is Restore The SnyderVerse trending yet again on Twitter?
So, what’s actually going on over at Warner Bros. Pictures.
Will they ever restore the SnyderVerse?
Well, it’s not easy to tell at the moment because the movie studio is in a severe state of flux at the moment.
They are currently undergoing a rather tricky merger with Discovery.
They will end up forming a new company called WarnerDiscovery and it’ll all be headed up by a guy called David Zaslav.
He’s the Chief Executive Officer of Discovery Inc. and he’s about to be in charge of WarnerDiscovery.
Zaslav could very easily see the numbers online and decide that it might be in their favour to restore the SnyderVerse.
However, I’m not sure if they will at the moment.
Will the SnyderVerse ever be restored?
Moreover, there’s also the fact that Snyder himself is an incredibly busy man.
He’s working on his next movie at the moment, Rebel Moon, for Netflix.
Snyder seems to have a very good working relationship with Netflix and he might not be too interested in working with Warner Bros again.
The movie studio treated him very poorly over the years and that working relationship might have become irreconcilable.
We’ll just have to wait and see what happens.
What do you make of this news?
Are you hoping that WarnerDiscovery will end up restoring the SnyderVerse?
Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
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