Sure, the Ryan Reynolds Green Lantern film wasn't all it was cracked up to be, but that doesn't mean the Lanterns don't have something good still to give. There's a new trailer for the all-CG Green Lantern TV series that's giving us hope—and we think you'll dig it, too.
For each comic book film that's hit the cineplex over the last several years, there are a gazillion more that never managed to escape development hell.
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Superpowers should be enhanced skills that make an ordinary person heroic and an evil person extremely difficult to defeat. Superpowers should NOT be an effective end-all to any and every conflict the character faces.
The big screen Green Lantern was sort of a disappointment, underperforming at the box office and, well, in the hearts and minds of audiences everywhere. But don't think you've seen the last of Hal Jordan and that snazzy ring.
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If you're worrying about Green Lantern's lackluster performance at the box office, Conan O'Brien thinks you should stop. After all, he says, a pivotal scene in the film proves that Warner Bros. never planned for a sequel anyway.
Some politicians run for office dressed like a StarCraft marine. Others use the Vulcan death grip on us. But one thinks the way to make the world a better place is to act like Green Lantern. Or should that be Green Arrow?
NASA knows it's not easy getting most people to care about what it's doing. So the agency's trying to get our attention by showing a little love for Green Lantern. (And considering the reviews of the movie so far, somebody's got to.)
It's no secret that Warner Bros. has made the necessary plans for several Green Lantern sequels. And if you follow the comics, you already know who two of the villains might be. One's an alien and the other's a woman ... both of whom appear in the first film.