A slew of new clips were released over the weekend, offering better looks at possible future summer blockbusters Green Lantern, Transformers: Dark of the Moon, and 30 Minutes or Less. Whether you want to see the gorgeous world of Oa, an evil alien robot copy machine, or Aziz Ansari molding the future leaders of tomorrow, we’ve got something for you. (If you want none of those things, though, you’re out of luck.) See the clips after the jump.

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‘Green Lantern’ Set Visit Video Blog

In early August 2010, I had the opportunity to travel to New Orleans to visit the set of the big screen adaptation of Green Lantern. After returning from the set, I recorded a video blog with Frosty from Collider — an in depth discussion about what we saw during the visit and our early impressions. Keep in mind, we didn’t see any completed computer effects rendered footage.

My big takeaway from the visit is that Warner Bros isn’t just making a superhero movie, but that they are making a big space opera. The scope is huge and very ambitious and I’m excited to see if they can pull it off, and if mainstream America are willing to accept the abundance of hard sci-fi elements. I can tell you, I’m excited (despite some of the early unfinished special effects shots).

Watch our set visit video blog embedded after the jump. And throughout the week we’ll be posting transcripts of some of our on set interviews.

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‘Green Lantern’ Trailer #2

After months of waiting and speculation, Warner Bros. and DC have released a second trailer for Green Lantern, the June 17th release directed by Martin Campbell and starring Ryan Reynolds, Blake Lively, Peter Sarsgaard and Mark Strong. You can expect to see it in front of many prints of Thor this weekend. And no, it’s not just a rehash of the Wondercon footage. Check it out after the jump. Read More »

Last night during 30 Rock and American Idol Warner Bros. premiered a new TV spot for Green Lantern, but the spot was really more of a recut trailer. At 1:30, it is essentially a shortened version of the WonderCon footage that was shown off not long ago. But there are a few new bits sprinkled here and there in this edit. and it is good to see that Green Lantern looks like a properly cosmic, more than a little bit weird movie to rival the two Marvel films hitting this summer. Read More »

Well, it’s not quite Batman casting news, but here’s a new ‘walk and talk’ photo from Green Lantern.Hardly the most exciting image in the world, but I’m running it because it serves as a reminder that Peter Sarsgaard is on hand playing Hector Hammond, one of the villains of the piece. And that could be a very good thing. His smarmy work in An Education was one of my favorite performances in 2009, and I’m imagining that energy channeled into a guy who is a comic book scientist, and a bad guy to boot. Could be a lot of fun watching him go over the top, especially once he’s under prosthetics.

There’s speculation that we see Tim Robbins there in the background — he’s Hector Hammond’s father in the film — but I’m not positive. Green Lantern also stars Blake Lively, Mark Strong, Angela Bassett, Temuera Morrison, Jay O. Sanders, Taika Waititi and Jon Tenney. Martin Campbell directed the film, which opens in 3D and 2D theaters on June 17.  Click the image to enlarge. [CinemaTeaser via ComingSoon]

We’ve seen Hector Hammond (Peter Sarsgaard), the mutated scientist nemesis of Green Lantern, in a few promo pics and the film’s first trailer. (And in spy photos published six months ago.) Now here’s a new look at the character, which shows off a wealth of wonderful detail in his makeup. Read More »

Movie Trailer: Green Lantern

Warner Bros has released the full movie trailer for Martin Campbell‘s big screen adaptation of DC Comics’ Green Lantern starring Ryan Reynolds, Blake Lively, Peter Sarsgaard, Mark Strong, and Tim Robbins.

I like how they save the sci-f/DC Comics logo reveal to half way through the trailer, trying to sell audiences on the story of a test pilot. I’m not sure how effective that is however since the second half of the trailer bombards viewers with aliens planets, alien creatures, superhero powers, and a lot of questionable computer generated imagery.

Let’s hope they didn’t skimp on the budget when it comes to the effects. Shooting in New Orleans was definitely a cost cutting measure and it seems like they are very ambitious in what they want to achieve in visual scope. The effects shots look far from finished, which is more than likely since the film isn’t due in theaters until next Summer. I’m definitely not sold on the all-CG suit and the tone seems a bit more comic-laced and geared towards children than I was expecting. The dialogue and deliver seems hokey, cheesy and stilted.

That said, having seen how this all fits in the big picture (having visited the set and viewed much of the concept art) I’m still excited to see more. There is a lot we aren’t being shown here. The fact that this movie was even made and that they were able to stay faithful to the comics is amazing. I hope to see much more from the other alien members of the Green Lantern Corps, the planet Oa, and the gigantic space opera this project promises to be.

Hit the jump to watch the trailer now. Please leave your thoughts in the comments below!

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‘Green Lantern’ Website is Now Live

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Briefly: It’s not much, and this is basically just us helping out the publicity department at Warner Bros., but the website for Green Lantern is now live. All you’ll find at the moment is a swirling ball of green light that resolves into the film’s lantern logo. There’s not even much in the source code for the site — nothing like the ASCII image of Jeff Bridges found in the Tron Legacy soundtrack site, for example. Just buried metatags proclaiming the film’s synopsis and cast, all of which you can read (again) below. Read More »

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