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.
In this latest instalment Mr Sunday looks at the potential casting of Dwayne Johnson as Green Lantern, The Amazing Spider-man 2, Captain America: The Winter Soldier plus details on the new look for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! Check it all out and more after the jump.
Nothing too concrete on this at all, but a (usually) reliable source has heard whispers that the DC role Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson teased recently is that of John Stewart. Could it be for the Man Of Steel sequel or a solo adventure? Click on and leave your feedback.
Raffael Dickreuter ("Man Of Steel"), worked as a previsualization designer on Ryan Reynold's Green Lantern. Come see his showreel showcasing his pre-rendering work on the film.
Many fans would love to see Idris Elba (Thor: The Dark World) take up the mantle of Green Lantern should Warner Bros. ever decide to go the John Stewart route, and the man himself has endorsed the idea by Tweeting a pretty impressive fan manip.
Hit the jump to check out storyboards that were created for Martin Campbell's Green Lantern, that feature a much more interesting battle between Abin Sur and Parallax. Also, come see a video showcasing an unused Tomar-Re concept, by Quantum Creation FX.
Green Lantern was mostly negatively received among critics and fans alike. So, does the character of Hal Jordan - or any of the other human Lantens - deserve to be brought back to the big screen or are they destined for little more than a supporting role in Justice League? Here's my take.
You read the headline right, poozers! Kilowog has been portrayed in media a certain amount of times, but in film, he wasn't treated as the character we see in television in comics. Could the pig-faced Green Lantern hold a film as the main protagonist?