Ryan Reynolds’ quirky re-edit of Green Lantern leaves fans in splits!

‘Deadpool’ star, Ryan Reynolds has his own quirky ways to create humour from even trivial things. The actor has been making fun of his Green Lantern for the past few years and it seems like this isn’t going to stop any time soon. Once again introducing his unusual sense of humour, Ryan has shared a re-edited version of ‘Green Lantern’ which shows Tom Cruise in the avatar of Green Lantern and that is something hilarious.

The actor took to his Twitter handle to release the ‘Reynolds Cut’ of Green Lantern, which left the netizens in split. The 30 seconds long video is a hilarious bunch of scenes playing out in rapid succession. The clip stars with the brutal end-credits scene from the movie ‘Deadpool 2’ in which Reynolds upon finishing reading the ‘Green Lantern’ script is shot by ‘Deadpool’ to stop him from ever playing the character.

The edit The Deadpool star wrote on Twitter, “Here’s the secret Reynolds Cut of GL you all haven’t been waiting for. In order to make it as great as possible, we made some judicious cuts.”

The pun was intended to poke fun at Snyder Cut fans, and Dwayne Johnson after the rumours of him being starring in Zack Snyder’s ‘Justice League’ and ‘Black Adam’ started to make rounds.

“I’m not playing Hawkman in Black Adam. Although I generally do whatever the hell @TheRock tells me to do,” Reynolds said on Aug 4. “I would however love to be in Zack Snyder’s Justice League movie and I’ve heard I may already be in it? #SnyderCut.”

Dwayne couldn’t resist himself from joining in this twitter madness, “You ARE playing Hawkman and that’s that. You’re also Deadpool, Green Lantern (when you want because you own the intellectual property), you’re in the Zack Snyder JL movie and you’re also @KevinHart4real’s dad. Like in real life, as per your blood test.”

As of now, Reynolds’ Green Lantern won’t be a part of Zack Snyder’s Justice League, however, Snyder’s Cut of Justice League will be released on HBO Max sometimes in 2021.

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