Tag Archives: Guy Gardner

“Green Lantern” grabs $3.3M in midnights

By Sean O’Connell Hollywoodnews.com: All eyes are on “Green Lantern” this weekend as Warner Bros. tries to roll out a new superhero franchise for a D.C. Comics character that lacks brand recognition. It might be an uphill battle. For starters, Summer 2011 already has superhero fatigue, what with Paramount’s “Thor”[...]

Ryan Reynolds hints at plot of “Green Lantern” sequel

By Sean O’Connell Hollywoodnews.com: “Green Lantern” hasn’t even opened yet, and already the stars are looking ahead to possible directions of a sequel. (Needless to say, there are mild spoilers discussed below, so if you’d like to head into Martin Campbell’s “Lantern” pure on Friday, June 17, you should click[...]

“Green Lantern” lawsuit filed in L.A.

By Sean O’Connell Hollywoodnews.com: Apparently “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” isn’t the only superhero property that’s hazardous to an actor’s health. John Franco, a special effects worker on Warner Bros.’ upcoming “Green Lantern” film, has filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court claiming “unspecified damages from an incident he[...]

Blake Lively discusses ‘Green Lantern’

HollywoodNews.com: “I would love to be a villain,” Blake Lively admits, and the Gossip Girl star may soon get her wish, as her character’s arch in the upcoming “Green Lantern” film adaptation eventually takes a villainous turn. For now, however, Lively has more than enough on her plate. In a[...]

Blake Lively on ‘Green Lantern’ co-star Ryan Reynolds and their “cool tension”

HollywoodNews.com: Actress Blake Lively’s character in her new film has a “cool tension” with hero Ryan Reynolds. The 22-year-old plays Carol Ferris, Ryan Reynolds’ character Hal Jordan’s romantic interest in new superhero film ‘Green Lantern.’ And Lively thinks the pair have an interesting relationship because of their rivalry. Blake told[...]

SDCC ’10: The top five Comic-Con moments

By Todd Gilchrist While as a critic and entertainment reporter I generally try not to succumb to the nostalgia of “it was better before x,” I would argue that this year’s San Diego Comic-Con was overall not quite as fulfilling as in past years. Although the studios brought their A-game[...]