Dave Bautista jokingly laments how he has always been viewed as ‘aesthetically challenged’ characters after it was suggested that he play Green Lantern Kilowog.

Army of the deadDave Bautista chimed in on a DC fan attempting to introduce him as the DC Extended Universe’s Green Lantern Kilowog by pointing out the unorthodox physical traits that make him a go-to actor for such roles.

“Ok, I know I’m not the most handsome boy in the world, but how come every time I’m a fancast as a character it’s always one that’s ummmm … aesthetically challenged? -Side comparison of him and Kilowog.”This is probably why I can’t get that rom-com edge! “

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Kilowog, a Green Lantern fan-favorite character from space sector 0674 and Oa’s main exercise instructor for rookie Corps members, has previously been adapted for both television animation and movies. It was notably expressed by Michael Clarke Duncan in 2011 directed by Ryan Reynolds. Green Lantern movie, Dennis Haysbert in the DC Animated Universe League of Justice cartoon and Kevin Michael Richardson in Green Lantern: The Animated Series, the latter of which featured Kilowog as a regular supporting character alongside Hal Jordan. More recent, Zack Snyder’s Justice League presented a brief glimpse of Kilowog’s corpse among the remains of the Hall of Justice during Cyborg’s vision of Knightmare’s dystopian future.

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Bautista, best known for his portrayal of Drax the Destroyer in Guardians of the Galaxy, will repeat his in the Phase 4 Marvel Cinematic Universe movie Thor: love and thunder. His other upcoming roles include Glossu Rabban in Dennis Villeneuve. Dune and Scott Ward in Army of the dead, the latter of which has just released its first official trailer.

Directed and co-written by Zack Snyder, Army of the dead stars Dave Bautista, Garret Dillahunt, Ella Purnell, Omari Hardwick, Raul Castillo, Tig Notaro, Theo Rossi, and Ana de la Reguera. The movie hits Netflix on May 21.

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