Aliens Galore on the Newest Banner & Poster for DC's 'Green Lantern'

April 28, 2011
Source: MTV

Green Lantern Banner

Green Lanterns assemble! Wait, wrong movie? MTV has debuted another new wide banner for Warner Bros' Green Lantern movie due out this summer. We've been featuring a lot of posters for Green Lantern recently, but they're pushing into the final few months of big summer marketing, so it all makes sense. This new banner gives us a look at the Green Lantern Corps and some of the more unique alien members. I can't name all of them, but at least: Abin-Sur, Hal Jordan, Kilowog, Tomar-Re and Sinestro. Can any fans help us name the rest? I'm getting more and more excited for this as we head into the summer. Bring it on!

Click on the banner below to see fullsize on MTV. And watch the latest extended TV spot if you haven't yet.

Green Lantern Alien Banner

Update: Yahoo also just released the final official poster for Green Lantern, so I've added that below. It's a typical summer blockbuster poster with an angle and all, but I know comic book fans will love it. See below!

Green Lantern Poster

A test pilot (Ryan Reynolds) is granted a mystical green ring that bestows him with otherworldly powers, as well as membership into an intergalactic squadron tasked with keeping the peace within the universe.

Green Lantern is directed by veteran New Zealand filmmaker Martin Campbell, of Defenseless, GoldenEye, The Mask of Zorro, Vertical Limit, Casino Royale and Edge of Darkness previously. The script was written by Greg Berlanti ("Everwood", "Eli Stone"), Michael Goldenberg (Peter Pan, Order of the Phoenix), Michael Green ("Everwood", "Kings") & comic book writer Marc Guggenheim ("FlashForward") and is based on the DC Comics superhero. Warner Bros is bringing Green Lantern to theaters in 3D everywhere on June 17th!

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  • Chip_Tha_Ripper
    I still hate Reynolds mask he has to wear.
  • Manuel
  • Bltzie
    I've never complained about the CG on this movie, but aside from de main characters, this doesn't even look like CGI. The rest of the corps look like Alex Ross' illustrations.
    • Anonymous
      Nice point, Bltzie. I didn't even think about that. I gotta admit, when I look at it certainly gives off a Ross vibe.
  • Manuel
    I'm not totally sure about, but I think Stel, Boodikka and Salaak are over the left side of the panel.
  • I'm actually kind of impressed they included Stel.
    • Anonymous
      I'm just impressed that they've added so many characters from the comics. I don't even want to imagine the work that went into realizing them via CGI (since it's so easy to be dismissive of CGI instead of realizing just how f**king hard it is to pull off).
  • Ron
    Meh. It looks like they photoshopped the previous individual character posters and added a few more aliens. I think it was a weak effort. Come on! Don't let me down! LOL!
  • Dominic
  • can u all help me out n click this link n after u do link it so i know you did Another new lyric video from Sky Ferreira:
  • Just Fred
    Damn,this is one of the silliest looking movies in recent years. So stupid it's hard to believe it's not a comedy.
    • Manuel
      I'm with you on this one. Totally agree. That's why I'm going to see "Fast Five", that movie has a lot of potential (that's why we have 5 sequels and more to come). Actually, I'm reading Nietzsche and Kierkegaard, people who inspired all the Toretto character and his attitude. Thank God we still have good and serious movies.
  • awesome!
  • blesterov
    His mask looks ridiculous, and why does he have one but none of the other corps?
  • yeheii
    duh, because they're aliens and they don't need to hide their identities
  • Jackson
    ew. Warner Brothers, stop. Just stop. You've messed up, badly.




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