The Big Bang Theory is in prohibited water with fans for presumably dropping a major Justice League spoiler.
Fans of the CBS show are being given the possibility to win tickets to the premiere of the movie.
But a humongous spoiler for the arriving Justice League films appears to have been dropped, suggesting Green Lantern is, in fact, going to be starring in the movie.
A fan on Reddit forked out the apparent blunder, prominence the fact that fans have to spin a circle that has logos for the characters in Justice League.
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The logos on the circle go to Justice League members Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Cyborg, and Aquaman.
But, interestingly, the trademark for Green Lantern also facilities on the wheel.
While conjecture has been abundant that Green Lantern is set to make a warn cameo in the movie, it has not nonetheless been reliable by DC Comics.
Theories first started floating when a trailer for the film showed Steppenwolf dogmatic that there were ‘no Lanterns’ or ‘Kryptonians’ to strengthen the planet.
Added to which, it was reported in the summer that the soundtrack to Justice League will underline a strain called Unite The Seven, which is also the movie’s tagline.
Given that there are only 6 names members in the film, could the seventh be Green Lantern?
As if this wasn’t adequate evidence, back in February, Superman star Henry Cavill seemed to be dropping some subtle-as-a-brick hints that Green Lantern, played by Ryan Reynolds, will be in the movie.
One featured a cat apparently looking for ‘#GreenLantern’. Another showed him posing next to a Green Lantern statue he found, along with the caption: ‘Other Kal looking for Hal #GreenLantern #Kal.’
Kal looking for Hal #GreenLantern #Kal
A post shared by Henry Cavill (@henrycavill) on Feb 28, 2017 at 1:04pm PST
Other Kal looking for Hal #GreenLantern #Kal
A post shared by Henry Cavill (@henrycavill) on Feb 28, 2017 at 3:22pm PST
Just WHAT is going on, guys?
Of course, The Big Bang Theory – and everybody else – could just be teasing Justice League fans something chronic.
Justice League hits cinemas next month.