they will for sure use Hal Jorden in the GL movie, and since John Stewart isn't the most well known of the GLs, but still just like in JLH they chose john stewart as the main GL in the JL and I guess they got it from the aniamted series and there's still a chance they will pick him as the GL in JL the movie.
Well, obviously, they will use him for New Frontier, because Hal Jordan is the main character. NF is the story that made him cool, as many fans say. And Timm has said that they will use Hal for the GL movie. That doesn't mean that John won't appear, but Hal will be the main character.
And like Silver pointed out, JLH was pased off of the cartoon. The new DTVs will be based off of the comics. One of the main reasons Hal wasn't even in JLU was because he ws tchnically dead at the time, but working as the Spectre.
|I would rather see Wally West as the flash then any of the others because he is sarcastic and funny and the other flashs aren't sarcastic or funny and thats why I think he would be the best flash for the movie.|
It's obvious your main exposure to The Flash is from the cartoon. The cartoon Wally is based off of his characterization in the early nineties. By the time JLU rolled around, Wally was married and quite serious. He knew where he was going in life, and was trying his best to live up to his uncle's legacy. Something Barry would be proud of.
Speaking of Barry Allen, he was inspirational, and Wally would never have become the Flash without him. Unlike the comics, JLU Flash had no one come before him. He was the one and only. Wally, in the comics, took up the mantle of the Flash to honor his fallen Uncle, Barry Allen, who had sacrificed his life in the original Crisis. Wally was always working to make his uncle proud and support the legacy.
That said, Wally is my favorite of the four Flashes. Bart at the moment is being written to emo for my taste. But it would be cool to see a Flash movie set during WWII with Jay Garrick. With Barry Allen, they could really play off the fact that he worked as a CSI Agent, which unlike the 70s, is cool now.