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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...
Once upon a time, it was rumored that Chris Pine might be in the running to play the new Hal Jordan. The Star Trek actor being eyed for Steve Trevor in Wonder Woman seemed to debunk that, but were Warner Bros. just Khan-ing us? Hit the jump for news about that & WB's SDCC plans!
There's been a lot of speculation about which human member of the Green Lantern Corps the 2020 reboot should focus on, but how does ALL OF THEM sound? Hit the jump for the latest details on that and some spoilery info on how Hal Jordan will factor into 2017's Justice League movie...
This is a movie pitch like you've never seen before. What would be the perfect Green Lantern movie? Hit the jump to find out how Kong sees it. Featuring character profiles, a plot synopsis, casting, and more, this is not an article you want to miss.
Continuing their trend of monthly themed variants, DC Comics has revealed a massive gallery of awesome covers celebrating the 75th anniversary of Green Lantern, with art by Ivan Reis, Francis Manapul, Neal Adams, Cliff Chiang, Terry Dodson and more. Check out all 25 after the jump!
Batman news user Underdog1970 posted an interesting comment about the up coming Green Lantern movie which had some to believe that this information could be true. Read more....
I have tackled mutants, and more mutants, and now I tackle a married dude. Today, I am writing my pitch for Warner Brothers and DC Comics’ upcoming Green Lantern reboot. Be sure to hit the jump, if you're worthy, punk.
Mark Strong's take on Sinestro is generally considered to be one of the few high points of the Green Lantern movie, but with a rebooted DC Cinematic Universe in the early stages, is their any chance he'd return? Find out what the Kingsman: The Secret Service actor had to say to MTV...
Deadpool is a Marvel anti-hero well known for breaking the fourth wall and Ryan Reynolds' disastrous turn as Green Lantern is definitely fertile grounds for Deadpool's wacky brand of humor. But will the Tim Miller directed feature have the cojónes to poke fun at a DC/WB property?
With the Justice League lineup all but filled, many have speculated who will play Green Lantern and which one will it be. Well, BatmanHeisenberg is back and ready to convince you why Liam Hemsworth is the perfect choice to play Hal Jordan in the DCCU. Click the jump for more!
I take a look at some of the heaviest hitting villains in all of DC, and examine who would be the best suited for an outing against the Justice League in the DCCU. Check it out...
I take a look at who Common could be playing, and tell you who I think he will be playing.
Like practically everyone else, I was incredibly disappointed with Warner Bros.’ first attempt at adapting this character on the big screen. Now, four years later, we’re hearing that WB plans on rebooting the aborted Green Lantern franchise in 2020. As a giant nerd and an audience member, here is my advice for Warner Bros. on how to treat a potential Green Lantern reboot.
On this week's Meet The Movie Press, film reporter Jeff Sneider dropped a few interesting scoops. However, by far the most important of them was the identity of the DCCU Green Lantern- according to Sneider, WB/DC will be going with the John Stewart incarnation of the character as opposed to Hal Jordan. Check it out!
No, this isn't a late April Fool's Day joke! DC Comics and IDW are teaming up for Star Trek/Green Lantern: The Spectrum War, a six-part series which will feature the comic book version of Hal Jordan teaming up with the big screen crew of the Enterprise. Hit the jump for artwork and details...
Not one, but two Green Lanterns from Earth have been cast in DC's movie verse, and another is soon to follow. Click the jump to find out who...
The Fast & Furious actor, Tyrese Gibson, has been having a social media campaign expressing interest in the John Stewart/Green Lanter role. Now Tyrese Gibson continues to tease fans as he has posted a new photo with the caption "See you soon". Take the jump to check it out!
We saw Batman, we saw Superman, we saw Wonder Woman, we saw Flash... Now, feast your eyes on Hal Jordan!
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