The first trailer for R.I.P.D. has finally arrived, and it looks like a supernatural romp of kicking ass and taking names.
That Highlander reboot has reportedly been circling Ryan Reynolds (Green Lantern) for a while now, but now it seems to be official—the former comedian will be the one to (hopefully) bring Highlander back into the mainstream.
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.
Fact: Ryan Reynolds was pretty damn cool as Deadpool in the first Wolverine movie. Other fact: almost everyone of us hated how the character eventually turned out towards the end of the film and how he ... um ... died. But fear not: the character will be redeemed in his still-in-the-works upcoming solo outing.
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.
With June fast approaching, Warner Bros. has released a new theatrical trailer for its latest comic book film, Green Lantern, and we're finally getting more of the supporting characters such as Kilowog, Sinestro, Tomar-Re, Amanda Waller, Senator Hammond and the Guardians.
Most body-swapping movies tend to be all Freaky Friday—and you know what we mean by that. When it comes to what would REALLY happen if any of us were ever to wake in in another's skin, the movies never really go there. But Change-Up does. Oh, boy, does it ever.
When we first heard Ryan Reynolds would be wearing a computer-generated costume in Green Lantern rather than something real, we worried the end result could be laughable. But now that Warner Bros. has released three new pics of Reynolds in the CG super suit, we can see just how wrong we were.
If you were as blown away as we were by the Green Lantern clip that was unveiled at Wondercon last weekend, wait'll you see how Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively reacted to the finished footage.
If you were already kicking yourself for not making it to San Francisco for Wondercon this weekend, this ought to make you feel even worse about it— a ton of awesome new Green Lantern footage was screened there that more than makes up for that underwhelming trailer.