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Thursday, 7 May 2009

The Green Lantern moved from 2010 to 2011

Warner Bros has pushed back the announced release of Martin Campbell’s DC comic book adaptation of The Green Lantern, from 2010 to 2011. The film was originally due out on 17th December 2010. Now it will be out on 17th June 2011, a week before Pixar’s Cars 2.

Releasing it during the summer blockbuster season would suggest that the studio is really getting behind it. Plus the extra time they now have to make it can only be a good thing. I really hope they have lots of space bound adventures and big up the sci-fi side of Hal Jordan's adventures.

The $150 million film was hoping to begin production in mid-September at Fox Studios in Sydney Australia. Yesterday I posted that Bradley Cooper was close to being cast as Hal Jordan, but the producers still haven’t made any final decisions. The new date might give the production a bit more time to finalize the cast.

What and who do you want to see in a Green Lantern film.

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