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Release Date: June 17, 2011 (North America)

Genres: Action, Comic Book, Science Fiction          MPAA Rating: PG-13

Production Phase: Released

Studio: Warner Bros.   Production Company: De Line Pictures

Who's In It: Ryan Reynolds (Hal Jordan / Green Lantern), Blake Lively (Carol Ferris), Peter Sarsgaard (Hector Hammond), Tim Robbins (Senator Hammond), Mark Strong (Sinestro)

Who's Making It: Martin Campbell (Director), Marc Guggenheim (Screenwriter), Michael Green (Screenwriter), Greg Berlanti (Screenwriter), Donald De Line (Producer)

Premise: Test pilot Hal Jordan is selected to become a member of an intergalactic force of protectors known as Green Lanterns. Given command of the most powerful weapon in the universe, Jordan must face his personal... More »

Official Website: www.greenlantern.com/

What We Think: We just have one thing to say to the makers of the Green Lantern movie: please, please, please -- don't screw it up.... More »

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Thursday, August 25, 2011

Traditionally, movie studios take the approach of releasing their films to international audiences spread out over several months. Only the big event movies tend to have their releases clustered together. By spreading out the release dates of a film, the movie studio's marketing department is better able to size up and create a marketing campaign that is tailored to that country and the different tastes of its audience.

Case in point: Warner Bros. released Green Lantern in Brazil last Friday, on August 19, two months after its North American release. As part of the marketing campaign for the film, the studio hired cyclists to take to the streets of Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paolo at night. Affixed to the rims and spokes of their bicycle wheels were green LED lights that, when the cyclist was riding his or her bike, created words and the familiar Green Lantern symbol across the bike's wheels.

Viral marketing works, and as movie studios look to new ways to snag the attention of people, this kind of marketing campaign for Green Lantern will be used more and more as time goes on. Still, would Hal Jordan be seen cycling on the way to work?


 

- Creativity Online. Comment on this Scoop (0)
Saturday, May 28, 2011

Michael Clarke Duncan was a guest on G4's Attack of the Show yesterday and he brought a clip showing us his CG character Kilowog in action. The combat trainer of the Lantern Corps, Kilowog is a big, reptilian-looking alien with a gruff attitude. In the clip they showed, Duncan got to utter Kilowog's most famous word: "Poozer." Check it out below:

 

 

- Attack of the Show. Comment on this Scoop (0)
Monday, May 16, 2011

Spotted on IMP Awards was this groovy new one-sheet for the film. We're unsure whether it's for North American theaters or elsewhere.

- IMP Awards. Comment on this Scoop (0)
Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Latino Review broke the casting news first last month and now The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed it: Michael Clarke Duncan will provide the voice for Green Lantern corps member Kilowog.

The big actor, known for his beefy size and deep voice, portrayed another comic book character in 2003's Daredevil, namely The Kingpin.

Kilowog is the corps' drill instructor and provides training to the rookie Lanterns that are new to the force.

- Latino Review, The Hollywood Reporter. Comment on this Scoop (0)
Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Hal Jordan will receive some of his tutoring in being a member of the Green Lantern guy from Geoffrey Rush. Most recently nominated for a Best Supporting Actor for his part in The King's Speech, Rush will provide the voice of Tomar-Re, the bird-like Lantern that helps teach Hal some of the ways to use his Green Lantern ring power.

- The Los Angeles Times. Comment on this Scoop (0)
Wednesday, January 19, 2011

A new Green Lantern photo has first turned up online at Cinemateaser. It shows Hector Hammond (Peter Sarsgaard) and Hal Jordan (Ryan Reynolds) at an event. The sharp-eyed viewer will see an out-of-focus Tim Robbins (playing Senator Hammond, Hector's father) standing behind his son's right shoulder.

- Cinemateaser. Comment on this Scoop (0)
Wednesday, December 29, 2010

This image comes from the newest issue of Green Lantern and shows us the clearest look so far at Tomar-Re, one of the alien Green Lantern Corpsmen we'll see in the movie. A description of the character also accompanied the image and was first posted online here:

Growing up on the planet Xudar, Tomar-Re comes from a peaceful avian race that focuses their efforts on the arts and sciences instead of war. His nature to examine everything has led the Guardians of the Universe to appoint him the archivist and protector of the sacred Book of Oa. When not studying the nature of the Corps, Tomar-Re patrols the sector of 2813 where he developed a close friendship with neighboring sector 2814's Green Lantern, Abin Sur. Tomar has taken an interest in Abin's replacement, Hal Jordan. Though Hal is not one for details, Tomar hopes to teach Hal what it means to be a Green Lantern.

 

- The Daily Blam got it from DC's Green Lantern comic book. Comment on this Scoop (0)
Tuesday, November 16, 2010

It's finally here -- the Green Lantern trailer has arrived. Sinestro, Tomar Re, Abin Sur, Kilowog, the Guardians of Oa, Hector Hammond and Ryan Reynolds in his Green Lantern costume...how does it look to you? Leave a comment and issue your verdict on the trailer!

 

 

We've also added 18 new images from the Green Lantern trailer to our gallery for this movie.

 

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Saturday, November 13, 2010

On last night's Entertainment Tonight they showed a teaser of the Green Lantern trailer that the long-running news show will preview next Tuesday. The Lantern trailer will run ahead of the new Harry Potter movie when the latter film opens in theaters on November 19.

 

What do you think of this brief impression of Ryan Reynolds as Green Lantern?

 

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Monday, October 18, 2010

Yesterday the Scream 2010 Awards were taped. While the show won't be broadcast until tomorrow evening, the winners have been revealed and one of them is Warner Bros.' forthcoming Green Lantern movie. Even though the movie is still half-a-year away from being released it won the "Most Anticipated Movie" category. Star Ryan Reynolds accepted the award on a Green Lantern-themed stage.

Photos of Reynolds on the stage are on Just Jared's website and there's another goodie out there this morning: your first look at a leaked photograph of the Green Lantern power battery. It does look more alien in its appearance than the one Hal Jordan uses in the comic book.

- The Daily Blam, Just Jared. Comment on this Scoop (0)
Tuesday, October 12, 2010

In a story about when Warner Bros. can expect to read the Green Lantern 2 screenplay, a confidential source for Deadline informs the site that the first film film is being edited now and that the footage they have seen is "jaw-dropping."

- Deadline. Comment on this Scoop (0)
Wednesday, October 6, 2010

The official Green Lantern website is live but it's not too deep. When you visit www.greenlantern.com you'll see the familiar GL Corp logo flicker across your screen but if you want to find out more about the movie, there's no such content yet on the site.

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Sunday, August 15, 2010

That insectoid you see to the left is the Green Lantern known as Bzzd. An alien house fly, Bzzd is one of the many supporting Green Lantern Corps members being transported from the comic book into the Green Lantern movie. As was the case with the Kilowog leaked photo, this one comes from Comic Book Movie website.

- ComicBookMovie.com. Comment on this Scoop (3)
Tuesday, August 10, 2010

ComicBookMovie.com posted this shot of what they claim is the final design for Kilowog in the Green Lantern movie. If you're not up on your GL roster, Kilowog is the drill instructor for the Green Lantern Corp. An alien hailing from Bolovax Vik, his gruff exterior is a projection to toughen up rookie Lanterns and give them the skills to survive as Corpsmen. Kilowog is one of the more popular supporting characters in the Green Lantern universe.

- ComicBookMovie.com. Comment on this Scoop (2)
Monday, August 9, 2010

Last Friday marked the final day of principal photography for Green Lantern. "Green Lantern is wrapped!!!!" explained co-producer and comic book writer Geoff Johns. "Finished the last shot today! Celebrating in New Orleans! :) "

- Geoff Johns via Twitter. Comment on this Scoop (0)


 

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moxfactor

i'm glad they went full blown nerd on this, with aliens on other planets, etc... instead of forcing…

midshipmanx

No worries. Ryan Reynolds is still signed for Deadpool. He can do both, it isn't considered a confli…

WarCry

I think they're still shooting to young. Jordan was supposed to be a veteran fighter pilot, as far a…

Ravn

I agree! he seems too scrawny, too "Baby-faced". And I'm not so sure I like Chris Pine, either. He's…

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