Justice League: Is Armie Hammer Flying In For Whedon's Reshoots?

Coincidence or sneaky backdoor cameo?

Armie Hammer Green Lantern
Warner Bros.

It's time to start getting excited about Green Lantern possibly appearing in Justice League again.

Fans of spurious speculation and conspiracy theories the world over, Armie Hammer has seemingly poured fuel on the fire of rumours that he's playing Hal Jordan in Zack Snyder's super-ensemble.

The actor has taken to Instagram to post a picture of himself flying out to London, leading to some speculation that he's going to join up with Joss Whedon in London for the additional shoots he was brought in to oversee.

Is it just a coincidence?

For what it's worth, Hammer recently said he hasn't hed talks with DC, despite the number of times it's been suggested in the comic book movie press:

The funny thing is, is nobody has ever come to me an been like… My agent has never called and said, “Armie, Warner Bros, has been talking to me. There’s really interested in you. This whole thing.” Never. In fact, after… there was like a… When the Green Lantern stuff first kind of started, which I think is Geoff Johns fault, because he like followed me on Twitter or something, and everybody was like what does that mean?! So uh… how did it happen, Um, I called my agent, after it had been going on for like a week or two, it had been going on for a little bit, I called my agent, I was like, “Man, have you heard anything from like D.C. or anything?” And he was like, “No”. I was like, “nothing?” He was like, “No”. I was like, “Not one thing?”, and he was like, “No. Why?” I was like, “nothing about… Green Lantern?”, and he was like, “No, nothing”, and I was like, alright. That’s it, that’s the end of it.

But then, that's exactly what he WOULD say, if he was protecting a secret cameo.

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