As we draw closer to the premiere date of the highly-anticipated “Justice League”, more juicy details are starting to unfold.

When Joss Whedon took over directing duties from Zack Snyder, it appears that the director and Warner Bros. are gearing up for the full expansion of the DC cinematic universe by re-introducing us to the emerald crusaders. Word on the street also has it that “Justice League” may have 2 post credits scenes.

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Last year, The Wrap‘s Umberto Gonzalez revealed that the Green Lantern would be in “Justice League” in some form. Having said that, the latest update (via Gonzales’ recent Periscope session) reveals that not 1 but 2 members from the “Green Lantern Corps” will be appearing in the movie. Popular characters Hal Jordan and John Stewart come to mind.

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Gonzalez claims that the source comes from an insider who has read Whedon’s script. There’s no indication on how big their roles will be in “Justice League”, or if they will have any lines. In the trailer, the villainous Steppenwolf already mentioned that there are “No Lanterns” on Earth. That short tease may be a possible introduction to the future of DCEU.

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Who knows, the Green Lanterns could end up appearing in a bonus scene…

Unlike Marvel, DC is not known for including after credits scenes. “Suicide Squad” is the only DC film so far to utilise a mid-credits scene. However, Screen Rant reported that “Justice League” may be featuring 2 bonus scenes. In addition to the Green Lanterns, Gonzalez speculates that post credit scenes could include the first “Aquaman” trailer.

“Justice League” will debut in theatres on 17th November 2017.

Source: Screen Rant (1)(2)/ Featured image: Instagram.

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