While promoting This Is The End, Seth Rogen, chatted with Marc Maron of the WTF Podcast. During the discussion, he took some time to explain why The Green Hornet wasn't successful, and to express his lack of interest in making a sequel.
Bad news for Seth Rogen as the film's producer Neal Moritz has recently told The Hollywood Reporter that he has no plans for a sequel to 2011's The Green Hornet.
While promoting his upcoming film 50/50 also starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Seth Rogen was asked about a possible sequel to Michel Gondry's The Green Hornet. Check it out...
The Shield Reviews this years superhero comedy, The Green Hornet starring Seth Rogen.
Green Hornet, Decent comic hero, cool show, poor choices and a sequel(i.e. poor choices)
You've seen the info from EdGross (Here)
and the Blu-ray front covers (Here)
from Josh Wilding
, now check out the front and back cover to The Green Hornet
DVD/Blu-ray past the jump...
After CBM's own Ed Gross brought us all the details on the release date and special feature for the upcoming release, we now have the covers for the regular and 3D blu-ray versions of the film...
Justice has a new name, a kick-ass sidekick and no tights in the exciting new action comedy THE GREEN HORNET, available on 3-disc Blu-ray 3D™ Combo Pack, Blu-ray and DVD May 3, 2011, from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.
If you enjoyed the movie, then I've got some great news for you! This April, Dynamite Entertainment will be publishing a brand new series following the adverntures of the movie versions of Green Hornet and Kato...
As I believe die hard fans may not like this movie, I offer my take of why I think The Green Hornet makes sense. I think it’s spoiler free. If there's some, I'm sure it's minimum and not very important. Click to find out.
My quick thoughts on the current feature film The Green Hornet that premiered January 14,2011.
In its second weekend, The Green Hornet ranks #2 at the box office, and CBM editor Ed Gross offers up his opinion on the film, sharing his opinion of what works and what doesn't.
In anticipation of the upcoming feature film, this January as Green Hornet month continues here at derekwc Presents The History of Comics On Film. This particular segment is a quick look at the 2011 video game The Green Hornet: Crime Fighter !
I am a big fan of The Green Hornet since I was a kid where I used to argue with some other kids that the TV series of the 60s was cooler than Batman back then.
So against my personal assumptions and relying to some earlier review I decided to go bite the bullet and watch Seth Rogan's Green Hornet. This is my very first article so please pardon me my errors. I'm afraid that there are might be some minor spoilers.
After Kick-Ass every superhero is clumsy. [SPOILER ALERT]
Actress Cameron Diaz appeared on TBS' Conan on Monday promoting The Green Hornet
, it starts talking Hornet around the 6:25 mark, funny stuff...
My review of the 2011 superhero action film, The Green Hornet. Little to no spoilers, and anything stated about the plot can pretty much be seen in the actual trailer!
Did Seth Rogen really handle The Green Hornet the way everyone had hoped. Keep reading to find out my opinion.
The somewhat surprising hit of the weekend at the box office has been The Green Hornet, which, domestically, pulled in over $40 million. Not bad for a film that was greeted with skepticism by many. What follows is the first part of an in depth look at its making.
After a slow start on Friday, the movie has coasted to the top of the box office this weekend in both the US and overseas. Hit the jump for more details...
Did Seth Rogen put too much of his comedic spin into the most recent take on a classic character? Is Jay Chou the next Bruce Lee? Find out what fans from the Wonderland Cinema thought!
Very few gave Michel Gondry and Seth Rogen's Green Hornet much of a chance. Where they right not to? Click for my take...
Despite opening at the #1 spot in the US box office, the movie has not performed quite as well as was needed or expected. Hit the jump for more details...
By far one of the year's most talked about comic book movies... Did it live up to the bad buzz or did it deliver?