[DCU] Re: Latest News about Green Lantern
- Opinions On will there or won't there be a sequel?
Looks for bleak for there to be a sequel. Where I live at the dollar saver theater there is no Green Lantern.
Positive news is that there will still be a Green Lantern cartoon.
Why I don't think this discourages DC from making the Flash, and other DC COmics super hero movies that are not Superman, or Batman.
Is there a saying if we don't learn from history doomed to repeat it?
Just because Green Lantern was unsuccessful doesn't mean the Flash, and all others will be to.
- I'm new to the group - love GL. Used to be good friends with the original GL creator (th late Marty Nodel). I have some great stories about him - terrific guy!
--- In DC_Comics_Uncensored@yahoogroups.com, Darci <darci386@...> wrote:
> Let's try this: From Jun 14 2011 11:55 AM EDT
> Ryan Reynolds Reveals 'Green Lantern 2' 'War' Story
> Before the first movie hits theaters on Friday, Reynolds and Blake Lively hint
> at sequel plots.
> By Eric Ditzian (@ericditzian) , with reporting by Josh Horowitz
> Ryan Reynolds was still busy in a blue-screen studio bringing the starry magic
> of "Green Lantern" to life when Warner Bros. started moving ahead with plans for
> a sequel. That's just the way things work in Hollywood.
> Now, a year after screenwriters were hired to pen the script for"Green Lantern
> 2," much of the overall story seems to be in place, and as Reynolds told us
> recently, he's "pretty aware" of what's in store for his Hal Jordan, the
> test-pilot-turned-universe-protecting superhero. But with the first flick not
> hitting theaters until this Friday, the actor isn't going to spill all the
> "I'm not throwing that out there at all," he said.
> He did, nonetheless, toss us a few clues â" most tantalizingly about what's in
> store for Jordan and Sinestro, an ally who eventually becomes one of Jordan's
> greatest enemies. "There's such a rich history with this character, so you get
> really excited about the possibility," Reynolds explained. "The inevitable war
> between Hal and Sinestro is something that will have to be dealt with in the
> second movie for sure, but there's always subplots and a lot of other
> interesting things going on that are setting up a possible third film."
> One subplot that co-star Blake Lively is hoping to see in future films concerns
> her character, Carol Ferris. According to DC Comics lore, Ferris evolves from
> Jordan's on-again, off-again lover into a powerful being endowed with abilities
> similar to those that Jordan's Green Lantern Corps power ring gives him. She
> becomes known as Star Sapphire, another of Jordan's enemies. Lively, it seems,
> can't wait to battle Reynolds â" either in a sequel or even the third film that
> Reynolds discussed. Not that she went into great detail about the plots either.
> "Like the war between Star Sapphire and ...," Lively began, before trailing off.
> Reynolds quickly picked up. "Oh, I was talking about PokÃ©mon and Pikachu," he
> cracked. "But yes, that one as well."
> From: val s <kismet332000@...>
> To: DC_Comics_Uncensored@yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Tue, July 19, 2011 3:59:30 AM
> Subject: [DCU] Re: Latest News about Green Lantern
> It didn't show up. No story
> --- In DC_Comics_Uncensored@yahoogroups.com, "Jason" <nightavenger25@> wrote:
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- I'd love to hear the Alan Scott stories, or any others Marty shared.
From: Dan <allaboutmd@...>
Sent: Tuesday, August 16, 2011 10:05 AM
Subject: [DCU] Re: Latest News about Green Lantern
I'm new to the group - love GL. Used to be good friends with the original GL creator (the late Marty Nodell). I have some great stories about him - terrific guy!
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