's Experimental Jet
Here's another look at the fighter jet Martin Jordan will pilot in DC's upcoming space adventure film
Several weeks ago, we brought you an
exclusive first look
at the YF-32 Experimental Jet plane that is being used for Martin Campbell's
movie. The jet will be piloted by our hero's father, Martin Jordan (portrayed by Jon Tenney in the film), and will not only be the cause of his demise but the catalyst of Hal Jordan's lifelong struggle to concur fear.
It appears to be based off of the X-35 Joint Strike Fighter, and is roughly 2/3 scale. According to CBM scooper Dave, the jet was taken out of its hanger at New Orleans Lakefront Airport, which is being used as the
Ferris Aircraft airfield set
, for screen testing today:
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