If new rumors are to be believed, then it looks like Hal Jordan will have to share the title of Green Lantern when he makes his return to the big screen as part of Warner Bros.' shared DC movie universe. As Collider has learned from an unnamed source, the "Green Lantern" reboot is rumored to include more than one emerald-hued superhero. Hal Jordan, John Stewart and Guy Garder are referenced in the article, with rumors positing that two -- or perhaps all three -- will have a part to play in the 2020 film.
The rumors also specify that the new "Green Lantern" franchise will never focus on just one member of the Green Lantern Corps. It's also a possiblity that Warner Bros. will reveal who their Green Lanterns are during their big presentation in Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con. So far, Green Lantern is the only "Justice League" hero that remains uncast; Henry Cavill (Superman), Ben Affleck (Batman), Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman), Jason Momoa (Aquaman), Ezra Miller (Flash) and Ray Fisher (Cyborg) have all been announced already.
Latino Review has also weighed in on the rumor, refining it slightly to say that they've heard there will just be two GLs: Hal Jordan and John Stewart. The site also hints that the rumors about Chris Pine circling the role of Steve Trevor in "Wonder Woman" was actually a red herring and the "Star Trek" star is actually in talks for Hal Jordan.
"Green Lantern" opens on June 19, 2020. Green Lantern himself -- or himselves -- is expected to appear in "Justice League Part 1" on November 17, 2017.