Another Green Lantern Fan Made Movie Trailer


Earlier this year, we featured an awesome fan made Green Lantern movie trailer, which was sort of a mash-up, combining scenes and sequences from a bunch of different movies with composited special effects. /Film reader movieboy has sent us another fan made Green Lantern movie trailer, this time a teaser trailer. This one isn’t nearly as good, buts more of a traditional fan film — shot and edited independently. I thought it was good enough to pass along. Check it out after the jump.

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Hi, I'm a Marvel...and I'm a DC: Deadpool and Green Lantern

Ever since Apple began airing those Mac vs. PC ads, YouTube has been full of parodies. One of the Mac vs. PC parodies we’ve been tracking over the last 2 years (has it really been that long? Yes, it has) is the Marvel vs. DC spots that someone created using action figures. The first set featured Spider-Man and Superman (Spider-Man 3 vs. Superman Returns), the second featured Batman and Iron Man (The Dark Knight vs Iron Man), the third set featured Hellboy vs. Batman, Iron Man and The Hulk, and the fourth featured Wolverine vs. Rorschach (X-Men Origins: Wolverine vs. Watchmen).

The latest edition features Green Lantern and Deadpool discussing the issue of Ryan Reynolds playing both characters on the big screen, and how that might effect the future of both superhero franchises. Watch the video after the jump.
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Fan Art: Ryan Reynolds as The Green Lantern

Fan Art: Ryan Reynolds as The Green Lantern

Last week it was confirmed that Ryan Reynolds had been cast as the title character in Martin Campbell‘s big screen adaptation of The Green Lantern. /Film reader movie boy sent over this FAN MADE PHOTO, which was created by Josh MC, showing what Reynolds could look like in the black and green tights. I repeat, this is NOT real. The movie has not yet started production. Check out the full photo after the jump.

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/Filmcast Ep. 59 – Brüno (GUEST: Eric D. Snider)


bruno posterIn this episode of the /Filmcast, David Chen, Devindra Hardawar and Adam Quigley praise the choice of Ryan Reynolds for The Green Lantern, finally get around to discussing some big changes to the Oscar nomination process, and analyze the social experiment that is Sacha Baron Cohen’s Brüno. Prolific online critic Eric D. Snider joins us for our review.

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Ryan Reynolds is The Green Lantern


Yesterday it was reported that Justin Timberlake was in contention to play The Green Lantern. JT had shot a screen test for the film, as had the other three contenders Bradley Cooper, Jared Leto, and Ryan Reynolds. But at the end of the day on Friday, Reynolds was chosen over the other finalists to play the role of Hal Jordan aka The Green Lantern.

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Awesome Green Lantern Fan Made Trailer

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Jaron Pitts has created a trailer for a Green Lantern movie starring Nathan Fillion as Hal Jordon. Pitts combined superimposed computer effects with clips from Firefly, JLU, Star Trek and many other movies and television shows (full list after the jump). It’s too bad that we’re going to have to wait another 2 years for a real Green Lantern film. But for now we have this trailer. Watch it after the jump.
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rianjohnsonimdbIn this special episode of the /Filmcast, David Chen, Devindra Hardawar and Adam Quigley are joined by writer/director Rian Johnson to review JJ Abrams’ new Star Trek film. They also wonder what the hell director Nicholas Winding Refn thinks about Keanu Reeves, reflect on the promise of Bradley Cooper, and get excited about Neveldine/Taylor’s Gamer. Rian Johnson’s The Brothers Bloom will be in NY/LA beginning on May 15th and will open in select cities beginning May 22nd.

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Green Lantern and Sucker Punch Moved to 2011

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Warner Bros has pushed back the announced release of Martin Campbell‘s DC comic book adaptation of The Green Lantern, from 2010 to 2011. The film was originally set to hit theaters on December 17th 2010. but will now grace screens on June 17th 2011, a week before Pixar’s Cars 2. A summer release is definitely a vote of confidence from the studio, but it’s more likely that the production would have been racing to hit the original 2010 date.

Last I heard , the $150 million film was hoping to begin production in mid-September at Fox Studios in Sydney Australia. Earlier this week it was rumored that Bradley Cooper is close to being cast as Hal Jordan, but the producers still haven’t made any final decisions. The new date might give the production a bit more time to finalize the cast.

Also, the studio has decided to push back the release of Zack Snyder’s next film Sucker Punch, the R-rated action fantasy film which suffered a series of casting changes “coincidentally” after Watchmen failed to impress at the box office.

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