Ryan Reynolds just can't stop himself saying yes to movies. Not only does he have Deadpool, RIPD, Safehouse and the Green Lantern movies in his future, but now he's also apparently teaming with The Hangover's Bradley Cooper to play kids of cops.
As if starring in two high profile comic book properties in Green Lantern and Deadpool (not to mention the developing R.I.P.D.) wasn't already enough, Reynolds is looking to get even busier with a co-starring role opposite Denzel Washington.
Following their appearance at Comic-Con International, the cast and crew of "Green Lantern" spoke with CBR News. They discussed their characters, director Martin Campbell and the GL uniform.
Warner Bros. Pictures has released convention-exclusive Green Lantern character posters spotlighting Ryan Reynolds as Hal Jordan, Blake Lively as Carol Ferris, Mark Strong as Sinestro and Peter Sarsgaard as Hector Hammond. Green Lantern opens on June 17, 2011.
The long-awaited CGI costume for the big screen-bound superhero debuts online with more first look action promised in "Entertainment Weekly's" pre-Comic-Con issue tomorrow.
Twentieth Century Fox reportedly has offered Deadpool to Sin City director Robert Rodriguez, who's said to be considering the project. The adaptation, penned by Zombieland screenwriters Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, is still set to star Ryan Reynolds.
As production trucks along on the Green Lantern front, we can only hope that more and more details about the project will become clear. But hope springs eternal with Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps., leading us to today's trio of news bites from the upcoming superhero film.
Warner Brothers has confirmed for CBR that the Ryan Reynolds-starring, Martin Campbell-directed "Green Lantern" film will bow in 3 Dimensions when it brings Hal Jordan to multiplexes next year.
Actress Blake Lively of "Gossip Girl" and "Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants" will join the cast as Carol Ferris. Lively joins actor Ryan Reynolds on the film, which is expected to begin shooting in March for a 2011 release.
The global economic crisis throws a wrench in the gears of the Ryan Reynolds-
starring action epic, forcing the Warner Brothers to look for a new location to shoot
Hal Jordan's first flight