A concept artist shared on social media what actor Austin Butler will look like as the Green Arrow performer
The DC Universe continues to explore stories and characters to share on the big screen, and one of the projects that DCEU fans ask for is Green Arrow, a hero that Austin Butler could play on the big screen.
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Butler has begun to gain fame thanks to his participation in films such as Once Upon a Time … In Hollywood and recently in the film Elvis, where the California native plays Elvis Presley.
Given the insistent reports that point to Austin Butler as the interpreter of Oliver Queen / Green Arrow on the big screen, the graphic artist known as Josh Clements shared on his Instagram account a concept art with the image of the actor as the Emerald Archer.
It should be noted that both Warner Bros. Pictures and DC Comics have not yet disclosed their plans to incorporate Green Arrow on the big screen.
In 2019, the Arrow series ended broadcasts, after eight seasons on the air, and at the moment it has been the only live-action project focused on the hero created by Mort Weisinger and George Papp.
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