Ryan Reynolds may want to put 2011's Green Lantern behind him, Teen Titans Go! to the Movies is more than happy to remind him about his time as Hal Jordan.
The final trailer for Deadpool 2 takes a good-natured jab at the tone of DC films, with Reynolds' Wade Wilson responding to Josh Brolin's Cable with, “So dark. You sure you’re not from the DC Universe?” However, the Teen Titans Go! to the Movies Twitter account had a zinger of its own, tagging Reynolds with a GIF of John Stewart referring to the Green Lantern movie that "we don't talk about."
Hey @VancityReynolds, caught your new @deadpoolmovie trailer. Never forget - before you became a @Marvel character, you were a part of the @DCComics universe. #TeenTitansGOMovie pic.twitter.com/vmrBms0I8h— Teen Titans GO Movie (@TeenTitansMovie) April 20, 2018
The GIF was taken from a recent TV spot for the animated film, in which Starfire asks if he, like Wonder Woman and Superman, has had his own movie yet.
In Teen Titans Go! to the Movies, Robin realizes superheroes have received films before they have. Furious at this injustice, he takes the other Titans to Hollywood in the hopes of getting them the big-screen treatment they deserve.
Arriving in theaters on July 27, Teen Titans Go! to the Movies features series stars Scott Menville as Robin, Khary Payton as Cyborg, Hynden Walch as Starfire, Greg Cipes as Beast Boy and Tara Strong as Raven, joined by Kristen Bell and Will Arnett, with appearances by Nicolas Cage as Superman, Halsey as Wonder Woman and Lil Yachty as Green Lantern.