More In-Depth Details Of The Green Lantern Comic Con Footage!

More In-Depth Details Of The Green Lantern Comic Con Footage!

More In-Depth Details Of The <i>Green Lantern</i> Comic Con Footage!

Screen Crave have released a detailed synopsis of the Green Lantern footage shown in San Diego less than an hour ago! Check it out...

Although we've already heard about some of the best bits of the footage shown at Comic Con, here are some detailed points that Screen Crave have just posted that give an even better idea about what those present were lucky enough to witness. Until some footage is inevitably leaked online later today, read on for more on what exactly you can expect to see!

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The first thing that will hit you is the serious tone. Reynolds seems to have dropped his sarcastic demeanor entirely and proves that he can be more than just a comedian.

The footage begins with us the audience being told to focus on a green light and that we could control it. Once it explodes it jumps to Reynolds who is trying to learn how to control this power and then we quickly jump to seeing him get his ass kicked in a number of different ways.

The story seems to be very much an origins story. It begins with us seeing Reynolds as a test pilot being given a mystical green ring that bestows him with otherworldly powers and he doesn’t quite seem to know what to do with it.

We very briefly get to see some of the supporting cast including Temuera Morrison as Abin Sur in his glass case (which is the exact same case we posted photos for) and Saragard as Hector Hammond for a brief moment choking Senator Hammond played by Tim Robbins.

They showed the landscape of planet Oa. We’re talking mountains and volcanoes galore covered by green energy. The entire system was represented and it looked glorious.

At the end, the screen breaks into thousands of little green pieces and the music hits home. Quite hard not to get a bit carried away with something that involves you so strongly.

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