Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Ryan Reynolds Rumored For Justice League Snyder Cut Cameo

Rumors are swirling online that Ryan Reynolds may make a cameo in the Snyder Cut of Justice League, but who will he play?

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Years of campaigning for the Snyder Cut of Justice League finally paid off this week as Warner Bros. announced that the director’s original vision for the film would at last be made available in 2021.

WB reportedly has some big plans for the movie, too, as they’re giving Zack roughly $20-$30 million to help him finish it off while the cast will also be returning to reprise their roles in some capacity. At least, most of them will be. But it’s not only the original stars who are getting involved, as it seems that some surprising faces may show up, too.

Over the past few days, insiders like Grace Randolph and John Garza have been teasing a couple cameos we may see in the Snyder Cut of Justice League, with the former saying that someone who’s supported the movement in the past will be involved. And while that could be any number of famous actors, it seems there’s one who stands out as most likely to make a cameo appearance.

Yes, as you may’ve heard if you’ve been keeping up online, there are persistent rumors – supported by Randolph and Garza – that none other than Ryan Reynolds will cameo in the film. It’s unclear if it’d be as Hal Jordan or another character, but it seems that it may actually happen.

Of course, it’s still early days for the Snyder Cut and Zack is presumably still putting all the pieces together and getting everyone on board, but we do know that him and Reynolds are friends and with the latter having shown his support for the filmmaker’s version of Justice League in the past, he may agree to hop on board for a quick cameo.

In any case, it’ll be a long wait before we find out if this will end up happening or not, but seeing Snyder’s original vision for Justice League brought to life will no doubt be satisfying to see, no matter who ends up making a cameo appearance in it.

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