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    They should bring Ollie into the flick as the angry irreverant anarchistic superhero, but obviously not as heavy-handedly as those 70s comics.

    It might chill out Ryan Reynold's jerk-off-ness that he hopefully won't bring to the Lantern role

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    ryan reynolds is dreamy...

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    He's a pretty lucky guy. I mean being married to this and all..

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    ya, i'm sure we've all fantasized about unleashing arcing ropes of jism onto her luscious alabaster tittays

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    Specific details about Warner Bros.' intergalactic epic "Green Lantern" have been among the best kept secrets of all of next summer's movies. While the already released photos have given excited fans of the long-running DC Comics series and characters a glimpse of Hal Jordan, his costume and Carol Ferris, the full nature of the film has been closely guarded. This past August, CBR News was given the opportunity to visit the New Orleans studios where the film was shot, arriving on the eve of the production-wrapping principal photography. In the coming months, we will offer you a special look inside the production of the film.
    The film's Production Designer Grant Major ("The Lord of the Rings") took us on a tour of the art department where hundreds of design photos revealed the planet Oa and the training of Hal Jordan as the Green Lantern of Sector 2814. He discussed developing Green Lanterns such as Kilowog and Tomar-Re into workable digital creations that could interact with the live actors. Along with "Green Lantern" comic writer and DC Entertainment Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns, Major explained the philosophy behind the green energy and the nature of a Lantern constructs. Also on hand: a scale model of the Central Power Battery.
    Costume Designer Ngila Dickson (also a "Lord of the Rings" veteran) described the challenge of creating a costume that will only exist in the computer and adapting that look for the odd and varying shapes of different Green Lantern Corps members. "It became a bit of a reverse engineering job, which is very much taking me well out of my comfort zone," said Dickson. She also explained what became of the traditional white gloves.
    Director Martin Campbell ("Casino Royale") and lead actors Ryan Reynolds and Mark Strong discussed the final days of shooting and the special challenges of the green screen environment and motion tracking suits.
    We even had the opportunity to wear the ring.
    While we cannot reveal much at this point, Warner Bros has provided us with the images accompanying this article, which offer a tantalizing glimpse of the film and the planet Oa, the key fantastical setting in the film. "We've put quite a bit of work into the design of Oa as a planet," Major said. "Oa is, of course, at the center of the universe. It is also an extremely old place." Describing it as an ancient "U.N.-cum-military compound," Major and his team have imagined the planet as having a great influence on cultures across the universe. "What we've tried to do is introduce a sort of plethora of a lot of different types of architectural styles and a feeling that over the millennia, there's just been building on building on building and this whole sort of huge history of culture." While Major did look at Oa as depicted in the comics when developing the big screen version of the Guardians homeworld, he sought to broaden the scope beyond anything fans have seen before. "I really wanted to make it the sort of place - with just this glimpse of it - [where] you'd really want to go back there and have a big look around."
    Stay with CBR as there will be more surprises ahead while the secrets of "Green Lantern" continue to be revealed.

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    In brightest day, in hottest night, no set visit shall escape our sight... especially when it's for Green Lantern! Over the course of one of the most brutally hot and humid days imaginable, a select group of press including yours truly paid a visit to New Orleans for a behind-the-scenes look at the next big DC Comics movie -- perhaps their most epic film yet, or at least certainly their most cosmic one. The screen adaptation for Green Lantern draws most heavily from the works of Geoff Johns, who also serves as a co-producer on the film and was on-set when we visited.

    Oft-described as DC's answer to Star Wars, everything we saw that day indicated that the Force is strong with this project. The studio's not allowing us to go into too much detail about what we saw for this purposes of this preview, so look for our full set visit and interviews down the line.


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    Oa's cemetery for fallen Green Lanterns.

    We didn't get to observe any actual filming being done -- they were shooting performance-capture scenes with Ryan Reynolds as Hal Jordan on a nearby sound stage -- but that's fine since the filmmaking team essentially showed us the entire movie (albeit in storyboard form)! Production designer Grant Major showed us around the art department room where we saw set models, cardboard stand-ins of Green Lantern Corps members Kilowog and Tomar-Re (grainy images of which have since leaked online), concept and production design art work, costume and makeup stills, the works.


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    Ryan Reynolds as Green Lantern; click for more images.

    Three long walls were covered from end-to-end with concept art that told the film's plot sequence by sequence. Major then proceeded to tell us the entire story of the movie from prologue to final scene, an epic recounting that spanned over an hour (albeit with stops for questions).


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    The biggest story influence was obviously Johns' "Secret Origin," but it's definitely not a beat for beat retelling of that arc. It deviates from it in several key ways, some good and others we're withholding judgment on until we see the final film. The gist of the Hal-Sinestro relationship -- the padawan learner/Jedi knight bond, if you will -- is there, as is his training on Oa. This mid-section of the movie should prove to be the most visually exciting and geek-friendly part of the whole film as we witness the Lanterns in action and are exposed to the world of Oa.

    We're prevented from telling you which other Green Lanterns beyond Hal, Sinestro, Tomar-Re and Kilowog are in the film, but let's just say you'll see more of your favorites than not and won't be short-changed when it comes time for the inevitable action figure collecting. The look of the aliens, while not yet final, were largely faithful to their comic book counterparts. Indeed, Kilowog and Tomar-Re looked great and far less goofy than they could have. With the exception of scars that now line his face and a slightly shorter haircut along the sides of his head, Sinestro (Mark Strong) looked pretty much exactly like his comic book counterpart.


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    Behold ... Oa! Click for a hi-res version.

    The concept art we were shown -- two pieces of which you can see in this report -- were all stunning, promising a picture that's epic in scope, colorful yet not gaudy. Thankfully, the Green Lantern movie really did seem more like a Star Wars or Star Trek film than either campy Flash Gordon or the ludicrous Battlefield Earth. The costume designs we saw were not final, but they were, like the creature designs, largely faithful to their comic book counterparts sans the white gloves.

    The biggest lasting impression left by the models of different venues on Oa and all of the conceptual art work was how epic the film is striving to be. The colorfulness of the Lanterns is off-set by the austere starkness of the slightly slate-colored realm of Oa (which looked like a cross between Vulcan and Krypton with maybe a smidgen of Coruscant thrown in, and that ain't a bad cocktail in our book).


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    Mark Strong as Sinestro.

    The filmmakers, including director Martin Campbell and producer Donald De Line, also showed us a couple of rough scenes from the film. The movie's visual effects weren't ready to be shown by that point, so we were shown character-oriented dialogue scenes instead of "money shot" comic booky ones. Again, we'll have to tell you more about what we saw when we're allowed to run our full set visit preview. Sorry, kids.

    Overall, what we were shown from Green Lantern more than compensated for the lackluster presentation offered at last summer's San Diego Comic-Con and accomplished what that panel didn't: It created excitement for the film and hinted at the sci-fi awesomeness that Green Lantern might offer filmgoers tiring of the cinematic exploits of more earthbound superheroes.

    Green Lantern opens June 17, 2011.
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    that shit looks sick as fuck,hope tthe movie follows suit as well!!

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    god this movie looks like SHIT eloels.

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    wow....garbaggio
    looks like a made for tv movie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dusk View Post


    god this movie looks like SHIT eloels.
    Oh no! Awful!

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    wow i wasnt expecting that





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    call me a douche, but i was eloels.

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