Yeah, I like a movie many people called "the death of the comic book movie" when it came out, Warner Bros' much maligned Green Lantern. I swear I'm not insane, and if you'd like to know my reasoning, Come take a look!
DC overload! In addition to who will be playing The Flash on the big-screen, Warner Bros. has revealed when to expect two Justice League movies, as well as Aquaman and Green Lantern among many others
Rumour has it Green Lantern will appear in both Justice League and his own movie alongside The Flash. We've yet to hear anything more about this, but at a recent Q&A to promote the release of the Forever Evil hardcover, John was quizzed about whether a reboot is in the works...
Teasing that Justice League is coming sooner than we think, Warner bros' president has commented on Batman v Superman's new date and its previous which would have taken on Captain America 3.
With Guardians of the Galaxy opening soon the folks at Screen Junkies figured it was about time they produced an "Honest Trailer" for another comic book movie that explored outer space, Martin Campbell's Green Lantern. Come check it out.
From a 2017 Flash/Green Lantern team-up to a 2018 direct sequel to Man of Steel, the handful of big-screen DC Comics titles that Warner Bros. has planned have possibly been outed ahead of Comic-Con.
We've got a copy of the upcoming Green Lantern: Lights Out hardcover to give away to one lucky reader, the event which featured the Green Lantern Corps taking on the villainous Relic. He has arrived and the universe with shiver in his wake! Hit the jump for details on how to enter...
Green Lantern seems to be on the tip of a lot of people's tongues. Dwayne Johnson may or may not have hinted at the role, Chadwick Boseman is offhandedly bringing up the character in interviews and now, so is DC Cinematic Universe godfather David S. Goyer.
Former WWE champion The Rock drops a BIG hint that he's up for the role of Green Lantern in the rumored Justice League movie. Read on to find out what he said and leave your thoughts in the usual place.
We saw the Green Lantern film of this century, and it was down right depressing. Now, we need to have faith that we can see a GOOD one from Warner Bros. and DC. Hit the jump for my ideas on how that can happen.