Those free issues of Entertainment Weekly you signed up for and forgot to cancel will finally pay off this week when the above cover arrives, giving you the above first look at Ryan Reynolds in his Green Lantern get-up. As you can see, it seems director Martin Campbell decided to pretty much completely abandon the traditional Green Lantern suit in favor of slapping the logo on something Joel Schumacher probably rejected as a Batman Forever Riddler suit--some sort of glowing muscley thing derived from a Bram Stoker's Dracula costume, those mind-entering suits from The Cell, Slim Goodbody, and party lights. At least it's not black leather?
Ready for more Green Lantern photos to fill your brain with the milky taste of apathy? Because iFanboy has some scans from the interior of the new, G.L.-dense Entertainment Weekly to wet your beak. Don't worry; the photos don't all look as much like an impotence doctor ad as th... / Continue →
Of all the points of contention I could see coming up with Martin Campbell's Green Lantern, I never once thought the costume's toe definition could ever possibly be an issue. Yet here we are, with what I think is our first clear full-body shots of Ryan Reynolds' complete CGI co... / Continue →
The Green Lantern movie may be filled with so many superhero movie clichés that it borders on satire, but at least it isn't trying to cram a bunch of villains into a single film, right? Wrong! Though the trailer focused mostly on Peter Sarsgaard's giant, evil head, Green Lanter... / Continue →