You Won't Believe This Guy Is Playing Green Lantern (Hal Jordan) in the DC Cinematic Universe!
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Because fuck it. Why not?
>Back in October 2014, we got official confirmation from WB, related to the casting of DC super heroes and Green Lantern was the only missing piece in WB's Justice League.
>And that lead to many rumors, some saying we wouldn't be getting a Green Lantern in Justice League movies until his solo movie in 2020, and others saying WB is still discussing over who to use for the role: is it going to be Hal Jordan or John Stewart? Well, I have some answers for you, so here it is!
>First and foremost, let me tell you that Zack Snyder, the guy who is overseeing the creative development of the DC Cinematic Universe has massive respect for source material and canon and thus he will definitely use a Green Lantern in the origin Justice League story, and I guess they have found a guy to play the part.
>Enter Dan Amboyer, a young and extremely talented theater and TV actor (just like Ray Fisher), This guy is officially in the cast of Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice and he's playing a "Drone Pilot." Well, this may sound like a stretch but listen to me.
>He looks like a living replica of Hal Jordan.
WB has this tradition of casting young and mostly unknown actor's for their superhero roles, like Henry Cavill, Ezra Miller, Ray Fisher, Gal Gadot and even Christian Bale wasn't popular before Batman Begins, and this casting goes perfectly well with that tradition.
Star Vs the Forces Of Evil
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Already renewed for a 2nd season:
>Monday, February 23
>New episode of "Star vs. The Forces of Evil" is available to verified users on WATCHDisneyXD.com, the WATCH Disney XD app for smartphones and tablets and Disney XD on Demand.
>"Monster Arm/The Other Exchange Student" – When Marco hurts his arm before a big karate tournament, Star tries to fix it with magic. Then the Diaz family's charming former exchange student, Gustav, comes to visit and Star is convinced that he has an evil motive for returning.
>Monday, March 30
>"Star vs. The Forces of Evil" premiere night (8:00 p.m., ET/PT) kicks off with an encore presentation of "Star Comes to Earth/Party with a Pony," followed by a never-before-seen episode.
>"Match Maker/School Spirit" – After failing a math test, Star tries to convince her teacher Miss Skullnick to change her grade by helping her with her love life. Then Star, still unfamiliar with the lingo on Earth, misunderstands when she hears that the Echo Creek football team is going to "get slaughtered" and prepares a series of booby traps to protect them.
Cerebus Storytime Marathon #15: FEMALE VOID
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You call yourself a comics fan? Have you read one of the most influential comics of all time? No, not Watchmen; I'm talking about the The Iliad and The Odyssey of comics here, Cerebus. Well, I haven't, so over the next month or so I will be posting all 300 issues & 6000 pages of Cerebus. Yes, I'm serious.
Last thread we've begun "Reads" of "Mothers and Daughters" and we're already seeing signs of Sim cracking. Issues now end wherever Sim feels like, with most of each issue taken up by text by an unrelated plotline that's basically about self-publishing. In this thread we'll hit the infamous Issue #186 where Sim gives his discourse on why women are evil. I'm sure it will only be fun.
Recap: Cirin's ascension has failed thanks to Artemis (now Swoon who lives as the embodiment of dreams), Astoria (who has rejected ambitions and became zen-like), and Cerebus (by simply existing). Various events also point to a break down in the cycle of ascension and fall. Astoria and Cerebus meet outside of the papal palace where they join up with Po. They go inside to confront Cirin, planning to stop the Final Ascension and free themselves from the cycle.