New Green Lantern Trailer and Posters

Image from Green Lantern Web site

Hey everybody! New posters and extended t.v. trailer for the upcoming Green Lantern movie have been released, and they’re looking pretty damn cool. I’m really rooting for this film. I know a lot of critics and other bloggers are predicting a fail, but Green Lantern was the first comic I bought when I was nine years old. I’ve collected the series as often as I could ever since and I sincerely hope this movie succeeds. Still, the obsessive nerd who lives deep within my brain keeps whispering, “…you thought Wolverine was going to be good too” or “damn shame about that 3rd Spider-man, huh?” At which point I usually scream, “Shut up asshole”, and then realize I’m cussing at myself in a public. All the same, I’m doing my best to squash that voice and trust that Ryan Reynolds will make one kick ass Hal Jordan. I’ve also been seeing around the web that Warner Bros has added an additional $9 million dollars to the F/X budget for last minute fixes. I honestly don’t know if that’s good news or bad news, but I’m hoping the film makers are just very O.C.D. and are working extra hard on getting things perfect.

Check out the posters and trailer below and let us know what you think about the upcoming movie or what comic book based film you’d like to see get made.

Enjoy.

Promotional Poster for Green Lantern

Sinestro Poster from Green Lantern movie

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3 Comments

  1. I wasn’t too crazy about Hal Jordan’s costume when I first saw it, but Sinestro is looking kind of bad-ass.

  2. Erik the Odd

    04/27/2011 at 4:59 pm

    FUCK YEAH SINESTRO

  3. Erik the Odd

    04/27/2011 at 5:07 pm

    Also, don’t be too hard on yourself. Everyone wanted Spider-Man 3 to not instantly cause Ebola. It did, and it wasn’t any of our fault. It was mostly Venom that mucked it up, since Sandman was not bad at all.

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