As far as James Gunn is concerned, the Snyderverse will remain intact. One of the greatest Marvel big bads of all time gets goosebumps over one of the new DCU movies, and fans may have discovered the best Lois Lane for the new DCU era.
Netflix, no Snyderverse!DC CEO James Gunn calls the campaign to persuade him to lease out the DCEU to Netflix "wacky."
Don't expect to get a Snyder cut like the Snyderverse. Fans of the DCEU, aka the Snyderverse, are likely to have to take the L when it comes to getting their favorite franchise sublet on Netflix. In a tweet, co-CEO Gunn declared the whole thing "the wackiest hashtag ever." Despite the fact that the franchise may have some of the most devoted (and sometimes disturbingly overzealous) fandoms, the hashtag is likely to be the most offensive to the
Is Vincent D'Onofrio a good choice to play the 'Swamp Thing?'The Kingpin actor seems to like the notion.
Vincent D'Onofrio is hesitant to enter the Marvel Cinematic Universe again, although he did respond positively to Gunn's Twitter posting, saying, "Love it!" causing a stir between fans and him, who agreed to take on the role of Swamp Thing and his human consciousness, Alec Holland.
The internet, surprisedly agreed, picks a new Lois Lane.
Camila Mendes, who played poor little rich girl Veronica Lodge in the 2017 movie, will be released in 2025, the release date for Superman: Legacy, which would put her at the appropriate age to play a rising young star reporter at the Daily Planet. Mendes, with her black hair and a slight hint of "mean girl" vibe, bears a striking resemblance to the Lois Lane from Superman: The Animated Series.