It can't be easy to have spent great stretches of time making a movie—the months of dieting and training, the long hours on set—but it's gotta be miserable when the movie itself turns out to be less that awesome. Faced with having to comment on his feeling about Green Lantern, its star bobs and weaves like a boxer.
Perhaps sensing a distinct lack of archers on the TV schedule, the CW is rapidly developing a series around millionaire vigilante Green Arrow—who patrols Star City armed with an array of arrow-based trickery—and a trio of superhero-tested writers are in the driver's seat.
When you mix a painstaking hobby, like needlework, with some serious geekery, like comic book characters, you learn one important fact: everything is better in cross-stitch. Even the X-Men. And they were pretty awesome to begin with.
Bad reviews and lackluster box office aside, it looks like Green Lantern may yet get a sequel. We don't know when we might see it or what it could be about, but co-star and villain extraordinaire Mark Strong has one idea: Let Sinestro take the lead.
There have been all kinds of team-ups in the DC Universe: Sometimes a hero'll encounter a villain they just can't handle alone. We wouldn't have thought, however, that "covering your nethers" was the cause to make the Joker join the Justice League.
The guys at Robot Chicken love spoofing sci-fi. They make stop-motion fun of everyone from Optimus Prime to Boba Fett, and now they're devoting an entire special to the heroes and villains of DC Comics. Catch a sneak peek of the hilarity in this slightly NSFW duel between Green Lantern and Sinestro.
Image of the day: What if ALL superheroes posed like Wonder Woman?
Fans and critics agree: Green Lantern wasn't the bestest-ever movie based on a comic book. But that's not stopping the president of Warner Bros. from considering a potential sequel.
Tim Gunn wasn't talking about a Project Runway contestant when he said recently that: "Green is a difficult color for most people to wear." He was instead critiquing the costume of (surprise!) the Green Lantern.
We never get to see the difficulties of the day-to-day activities for those endowed with superpowers. For instance, we don't learn how Magneto probably gets a violent shock every time he washes his hands, or how Poison Ivy has to stay constantly hopped-up on allergy medication.