Described as a buddy cop movie that is akin to Lethal Weapon in space, The Fate of the Furious start is none of the wiser about Warner Brothers' plans.
The continual saga with the actor and the DC franchise takes another twist, as he confirms that his agent has held no talks with the studio.
Posting up a cryptic image and post on Instagram, The Fast and Furious star explained that he has had meetings with Warner Brothers about the DC blockbuster.
Sterling K. Brown might have earned himself a sweet gig on the Marvel side of the superhero fence, but now he's put his hand up to join the fledgling DC franchise.
Encouraged to join social media and market his upcoming blockbuster, fans have been given an inside look into the making of the ensemble DC feature.
After the Ryan Reynolds flop of the superhero franchise, the upcoming ensemble picture is going to try and bring one of the Green Lantern Corps crew back to life.