In a recent interview with GQ, Ryan Reynolds took a few minutes to share his thoughts on a variety of topics ranging from his upcoming film Deadpool, his return to superhero movies, his misstep with Green Lantern, the future of the Fantastic Four cast, and more! Come check it out!
There were what appeared to be some pretty huge hints about Hal Jordan arriving in Arrow during season three, and now executive producer Marc Guggenheim has added fuel to the fire with a piece of Coast City production art which offers a major Green Lantern clue...
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For my 7th article I've decided to cast the world of the Green Lanterns of my DC cinematic universe
Nathan Fillion was a longtime fan favorite to play Green Lantern but he may have to settle for voicing the character in the DC Animated Universe (DCAU) as he's probably aged out of the role. How about Booster Gold? No? Then Fillion has one more possibility.
From Gene Hackman to Jesse Eisenberg, from Cesar Romero to Jared Leto, next, we take a look at who's played who of the dastardly evil-doers of the DC Universe
After Marc Guggenheim confirmed that Green Lantern will not appear in the next season of Arrow, now Grant Gustin has seemed to confirm that he will not appear in The Flash either...
A fancast for DC's upcoming Green Lantern oriented film officially titled Green Lantern Corps.
Tyrese Gibson might have to start watching his back because a new contender - one of the finalists for Luke Cage in Marvel's Netflix series - has decided to throw his hat into the ring for the role of Green Lantern Corps John Stewart.
We've heard a lot of conflicting reports regarding the Emerald Knights' return to the big screen, so here's my attempt at making sense of it all in chronological order. Due to the 100% speculative nature of this editorial, I'm inclined to warn you potential spoilers may (potentially) lie ahead. Come check it out!
It might have been fan art that initiated Tyrese Gibson's interest in the reboot of Green Lantern over at Warner Bros., but the Furious 7 star has now confirmed that he actually took the initiative and met with the studio for a potential role. Check it out after the jump!
Since Comic Con is now over, the question everyone ask is "Who won Comic Con?". Not only I'm answering this question, but I think my answer is going to surprise you.
It was revealed at Warner Bros.' Hall H panel today that the upcoming Green Lantern reboot will be titled Green Lantern Corps. In a sizzle reel shown for the DC Cinematic Universe though, Chris Pine was spotted, so does that mean he's playing Hal Jordan? Read on for details...
In the most recent issue of Entertainment Weekly, it seem they may have revealed the name of DC and Warner Bros shared comic universe.
We recently heard that reports of Chris Pine being offered the role of Steve Trevor in Wonder Woman may have been a cover for the fact that he's set to play Hal Jordan/Green Lantern. Well, a new story now claims he's been offered both, and that he's leaning more towards this character...
The youtuber made a amazing trailer of a team-up between Flash and Green Lantern, starring Chris Pine as Hal Jordan, Grant Gustin as Barry Allen, forced to join their forces to stop Grodd form taking over Central City with an army of superapes.
Who should play John Stewart? Common - who managed to win the role in 2007 - is out of the running and Tyrese Gibson is publicly campaigning for the role, while nothing is being said about fan favorites Omari Hardwick and Nate Parker. But are there better choices out there? Here are my top picks.
Tyrese Gibson really wants us to believe that he and Star Trek Into Darkness actor Chris Pine will be the DC Cinematic Universe's new Green Lanterns, John Stewart and Hal Jordan. Apparently "Oaths have been taken..."
Tyrese Gibson has been campaigning to play 'Green Lantern' for months, even claiming he met with Warner Bros over the part. Reaffirming his interest in 'John Stewart', Gibson recently addressed the ongoing rumors, while teasing more developments to come down the line...
2011's Green Lantern was a crushing disappointment, and one of its only real redeeming qualities was arguably the cast. While Angela Bassett didn't look much like her comic book counterpart, she was a good Amanda Waller, and reflects here on why the movie just didn't work...