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.
When we first heard Kermit the Frog singing a long, long time ago that it wasn't easy being green, it never occurred to us that he meant Green Lantern. But as it turns out, maybe he did.
Turns out Ryan Reynolds wasn't the only Hollywood hunk up for the role of Green Lantern. A certain tiger-blooded TV star was also in the running.
We've been barraged by a ton of Green Lantern trailers and clips over the past month, but the Green Lantern TV ad that made us smile the most isn't really advertising Green Lantern at all. At least not directly.
Even though you've been teased with trailers and cast interviews, you may still be asking yourself, "Do I really want to shell out my hard-earned bucks to see Green Lantern?" Before you answer, you might want to look at this first.
Like clockwork, every summer sees the release of the latest batch of superhero movies to (almost) guaranteed success. But just because people come out in throngs to see Green Lantern on the big screen doesn't mean they'll buy his comics. Looks like DC is willing to gamble everything to change that.
How do you take the Green Lantern oath if you don't know what the oath is? Ryan Reynolds walks us through that little conundrum in this two-and-a-half minute long behind-the-scenes clip of Green Lantern.
It's summer movie time and we've got sequels, prequels, reboots and even a few originals coming at you. While we're hopeful this will be the best summer movie season EVER, we've put together a guide that explores our hopes and fears about what's to come. Well, that and we've scrounged up movie trailers for all but one of the 26 movies below.
The Green Lantern Corps is made up of recruits from across the universe. Although most Green Lanterns patrol their sectors of the universe, one in particular acts as the Corps' drill sergeant. His name is Kilowog, and in the upcoming movie Green Lantern, he's about to make new recruit Hal Jordan's life a little more exciting.