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James Newton Howard To Compose Green Lantern?


Finally, a name has been mentioned in the quest for a composer. IMDB has listed James Newton Howard as the composer for Green Lantern. This news should be taken with a huge grain of salt, primarily due to the nature of the IMDB listings, that they are user-submitted, and some rather false listings have appeared in the past for other films in development. No official studio statement has been made yet, as all has been quiet on the Warner Brothers front as WB and DC Entertainment prepare for next months San Diego Comic Con where they have promised that Green Lantern will "steal the show".

Martin Campbell Talks Green Lantern


Martin Campbell was interviewed over email on yesterday by the Hindustan Times, Campbell talked a bit about his foray into the James Bond franchise, he's most recent film, Edge of Darkness staring Mel Gibson, and finally, he talked about his current project, the much-anticipated Green Lantern. Campbell mentions how they were inspired by the comics and what he thinks of the current "superhero movie craze", as well as his excitement about his own first foray into the genre.

Green Lantern Movie Synopsis Released


Recently a synopsis for Green Lantern was reportedly released online, few fans believed it to be true due to the mention of the fear-entity Parallax's inclusion. However, the good folks at have learned that this is indeed the legitimate official synopsis for the Green Lantern Movie.

Many fans were led to believe that the film would mostly adhere to the storyline present in Emerald Dawn, which chronicles Hal Jordan's selection and early days in the Green Lantern Corps, as well as his eventual defeat of the creature Legion, which secures is destiny as one of the greatest Green Lanterns. Most have speculated that the change from Legion to Parallax will mostly be in name only, Legion, as he was written in the first draft of the script, bore striking similarities to Parallax.

Abin Sur Speaks: Latino Review Talks to Temuera Morrison


Kellvin Chavez of Latino Review caught up with Temuera Morrison at Disney World over the weekend and had the chance to talk to the Kiwi actor about his role in the upcoming blockbuster Green Lantern. Temuera plays Hal Jordan's predecessor, protector of space sector 2814 and is instrumental in selecting Hal as his replacement.

Temuera was at Disney World celebrating the 30th anniversary of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back. Temuera is known to many Star Wars fans as the man who brought life to infamous bounty hunter Boba Fett's father, Jango Fett in Star Wars: Attack of the Clones and numerous clone troopers in Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith. After finishing some photo ops, Temuera was kind enough to take time to talk to Latino Review.

Green Lantern Movie News Roundup!


There's been a lot of GL movie news and I haven't posted any of it... Time for a round-up! has posted some new set photos from Green Lantern, These ninja photos mostly show Ryan as Hal in some on-screen moments and some behind-the-scenes. There was also one image posted of Ryan and Director Martin Campbell.

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My Green Lantern Movie Poster Concept


I've been working on this for some time now. As a graphic designer by trade, I thought I'd put together a GL movie poster for giggles. I was drawn primarily to the most recent DC Entertainment films, Superman Returns, Batman Begins and The Dark Knight. I employed their minimalist approach, using the main character in a way that personifies him and/or his abilities. I chose to put Hal in space, floating above Earth as a bright beacon, almost as if he's defending the planet from an imminent threat.

Hal's Ring and Carol's Hair! First On-Set Pictures


The first set pictures have been captured for day 1 of Green Lantern filming, and they do not disappoint. While not showing off the costume or anything fantastic, we do catch a slight glimpse of Hal wearing the ring, and supposedly a from-the-back shot of Blake Lively (Carol Ferris) with dark hair.

Carol's hair color had been a concern among some comic fans. For 50 years Carol Ferris had been depicted with brunette (bordering on black) hair, Blake Lively, the actress cast as Carol is a blond, as well as the actress cast to play a young Carol. So the release of these images has satisfied quite a few comic fans who were concerned about this minor cosmetic question.