Come this May, superheroes are going to be stepping all over each other on the big screen as Thor, Green Lantern, Captain America: The First Avenger, and X-Men: First Class all release in the brief span of three months. We've all seen their trailers and movie posters and while some are more successful than others, let's face it—so far none have generated the kind of heat that comes with a new installment of The Dark Knight or even Iron Man movie.
Nathan Fillion has been cast as the next Green Lantern ... wait, what?
'Tis the season to look ahead and see what's in store for movie lovers in the coming year. And it's a good one, filled with superheroes, aliens, wizards, J.J. Abrams, Steven Spielberg and, yes, Muppets.
We got a fleeting look at this senior member of the Green Lantern corps in the first GL trailer—here's a much better image of the beaked-and-finned Xudarian who'd be a mentor to Hal Jordan.
Real people aren't the only ones to get presents—some of our favorite characters have gotten them as well. Since this is the season for giving, here are the some of the best presents ever given within sci-fi/fantasy movies and TV.
We don't care WHAT Conan O'Brien thinks—Green Lantern is one of the coolest superheroes ever. As if further proof was needed, here are three new pics Warner Bros. released to get us salivating over the upcoming film.
We all love a great cameo and some Easter Eggs sprinkled in our sci-fi movies, and the upcoming Green Lantern is bound to have its share of them. But there's one cameo you can cross off the list—for now—and that's Clark Kent. But co-writer Marc Guggenheim STILL wants him in, and the man he picked for the job is Smallville's Tom Welling.
If you liked that teaser Entertainment Tonight gave us of the Green Lantern trailer, you're going to love the real thing—which has just made its way online in advance of its big-screen debut in front of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows—Part 1.
The first trailer for next summer's Green Lantern premieres this week, and a sample of the footage is already making its way around the Interwebs.
There's a whole lot of awesome coming down the pipe as far as genre movies go. But summer 2011 will see a giant, megabudget film released almost every weekend—Jon Favreau calls it Omaha Beach. What'll happen when the blood hits the multiplex?