You read that right. Straight from the opening credits the moody teen, Negasonic Teenage Warhead played by Brianna Hildebrand, and the CGI character, Colossus played by Stefan Kapicic will be returning in some capacity to the film. Earlier today Collider got the scoop while speaking to the writing duo of Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick: PAUL WERNICK: I can’t say how much they are… RHETT REESE: I thin...[Read More]
Looks like the same brilliant marketing team that helped propel the Deadpool movie into the record books is at it again. Ryan Reynolds shared this little Deadpool Number 2 teaser image earlier today. Ahhhhh, @mutant101. Isn't this a felony? A photo posted by Ryan Reynolds (@vancityreynolds) on Jul 6, 2016 at 10:06am PDT
The “Merc with a Mouth” will be back in a second feature film thanks to strong box office results from the first outing. With a global amount of $757.3m it was only a matter of time before a sequel was made official. Fox made the announcement on Thursday at CinemaCon. Ryan Reynolds will be back wearing the red suit with Tim Miller returning to direct. This is great news for potential o...[Read More]
Reports are coming in that Green Lantern will clock in with $52.7 Million as its box office gross for the weekend. While that’s pretty modest, the number begins to look pretty bleak when it’ll likely end up being the forth biggest superhero opening for the year (behind three Marvel films, as Captain America looks poised to do gangbusters.) Unfortunately the word-of-mouth for Lantern ranges from “b...[Read More]
Green Lantern fans have been patiently waiting to see what Ryan Reynold will look like in the new DC movie. Well, wonder no longer as Warner Bros. has released the first footage for all to see. Are you ready to get your ring on?
The San Diego Comic Con is ground zero for stoking nerd fever and for media conglomerates to do their best to raise profiles for their upcoming products. Staged events are planned to create the biggest buzz and excitement possible. For all that effort, it is the spontaneous real life moments that always supersede artifice. Even more so when those moments come from the young and untainted. Check...[Read More]
If you were one of the unfortunate people, like me, that missed Comic-Con this year that means you missed out on the footage that Warner Bros. slapped together for the Green Lantern. However, those cats at Warner Bros. have sent us the Lantern oath posters they had hanging around the convention center in San Diego.
I’m not going to beat around the bush here. Entertainment Weekly has shown off their latest cover and it features Ryan Reynolds as the Green Lantern. All I have to say is: Is it 2011 yet?