Ryan Reynolds Green Lantern
July 15, 2010 by Post Team
Ryan Reynolds Green Lantern:(MTV) — For Ryan Reynolds, the most professionally satisfying moment of 2009 was the first time I saw the Green Lantern costume would be rocking for the upcoming big screen adaptation of the classic DC Comics superhero.
“It was a time when I was like, ‘This is happening, and it’s happening on the right track,’” Reynolds told MTV News last fall. “It’s a very good time, definitive for me.”
Now the rest of us are getting a chance to see the dress that blew the minds of Reynolds. Entertainment Weekly has debuted a first look at the Green Lantern – and his alter ego test pilot Hal Jordan – that adorn the multiplex in the summer of 2011. The cover image shows Reynolds family Lantern costume, with green skin, bright green dress and symbolic power ring, which may bring into existence Hal almost anything imaginable.
“The will and imagination are his superpowers,” said Reynolds, who apparently injured his shoulder in the “Green Lantern” set earlier this week. “We need a circus to think of Timothy Learys Hal inventing things with his ring.”
Although experience in the field of action movies, from “Blade: Trinity” in “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” Reynolds admitted that nothing could prepare him for the work cable involved in the “Green Lantern” shoot, which forced him to fly through the air up to 60 feet per second to simulate the illusion of real flight.
“The first time you do, you are seriously considering a diaper for adults,” said Reynolds.
Directed by Martin Campbell (“Casino Royale”) and co-starring Tim Robbins, Blake Lively, Mark Strong and Peter Sarsgaard, the film will hit theaters on June 17, 2011. In an earlier conversation MTV News’ with Reynolds, who heaped praise on Campbell‘s vision of the film.
“When you have a guy like Martin Campbell, part of its charm is that it has ba – s titanium, and the other part is that it is a little crazy, and we must have a drink with the concept of ‘Green Lantern ‘”he said. “I sat with him, and I could not even believe what I was saying. When I went to the meeting, I was totally cynical. I thought, ‘What the heck, I’ll see what they have to say, and I left the room a completely different perspective. “
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