It’s getting very green around here. SF’s Cartoon Art Museum has a gala opening for a Green Lantern exhibit on Thursday, June 9th — it’s a “green tie” event we’re told. We want in on that!
ICv2 has some hi-res photos of Ryan Reynolds as Green Lantern that we had previously missed. Looks a bit like an action figure, no?
More in the link.
It was the biggest panel of the day at WonderCon, and the most crucial hour yet for the future of the revamped DC Entertainment brand. With appearances by stars Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively, and the first view of effects-heavy footage, the Green Lantern panel was the chance to show that this is indeed the tentpole movie that is going to usher in a new era for DC’s superhero universe..
Interest was certainly high, as a line to get in to the 5 pm panel stretched almost around the Moscone center.
The panel was led by Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns himself. The only previous GL trailer was heavy on the romance aspect, due to the CGI footage not being ready — and leading to some questions ever whether this movie was going to please the loyal Green Lantern fanboys. However, this new footage seems to lay those doubts to rest with a spectacular look at Oa, the GL Corps, Sinestro, Tomar Re, and the rest of the Lanternverse. You can read about the panel here, or watch the footage below.
A vigilant reader sent us this scan of an ad in the current edition of Women’s Wear Daily, the bible of the fashion trade. The ad, for Green Lantern licensing opportunities, ran in a previews section for the upcoming 2010 MAGIC Marketplace, “the preeminent trade event in the international fashion industry.”
Obviously, Warner Bros. has BIG, BIG plans for Green Lantern licensing — and based on the number of folks we see walking the streets of NYC in GL T-shirts, we’d say they might just be on to something.
Tweet More leaks from the set of GREENLANTERN, this time, via Splash Page, Ryan Reynolds in his mocap suit. Aside from noting how fit Reynolds looks — rowwwwwrrr — we”re SHOCKED no one has commented on Green Lantern’s new sidekick, the Space Pup, Barktacus. Seriously Ryan Reynolds in a skin tight suit accompanied by a […]
Some dude was walking by the Green Lantern movie set in new Orleans and totally got lucky with this photo of Peter Sarsgaard as villain Dr. Hector Hammond. In the comic, Hammond is one of those guy–with-a-giant-deformed-head–who-rides-around-in-a-chair types who are so prevalent these days, a problem caused by a run-in with a meteor back in the day.