BubbaKanoosh wrote:Are they making a sequel?
In 2010 Director Martin Campbell confirmed the possibility of a Green Lantern trilogy, and in June of that year Warner Bros. hired Greg Berlanti, Michael Green and Marc Guggenheim, all of whom worked on the Green Lantern screenplay, to write a treatment for the second installment. In August 2010, they retained Michael Goldenberg to write the screenplay, based on the sequel treatment. A scene in the film's end credits implying a resurgence of the yellow power of "fear" strongly suggests a planned sequel. After Green Lantern was released a trade account reaffirmed that Warner Bros., although "somewhat disappointed" with the opening-week box office of the film, still intended to move forward with a sequel. In September 2011, the Associated Press reported that Warner Bros., dismayed by disappointing receipts was considering abandoning plans for a sequel. However at the October 2011 New York Comic Con Geoff Johns, chief creative officer at Warner Bros.' DC Entertainment, stated that "There is the hope" that a Green Lantern sequel will still be produced and that, "It will be live-action again — I guarantee."
Even with the lead time needed to produce the animated show, the fact that the producers told to not use Sinestro added to that info... sequel will come about. Chances are that Time Warner are mulling about on doing a copy of Marvel and have the GL films, Superman and Batman link to a JL film.
Strict31 wrote:To quote Hunter S. Thompson, there is nothing more despicable than a cat in the depths of a nip binge..
Strict31 wrote:Listen to Feline Mussolini.
Strict31 wrote:You're goddamned insane.
achilles wrote:Pay no attention to Cat-Scratch people; he's insane from all that cat-nip.
Lord Simian wrote:"Us"? This is YOUR Kongdamn fault, mister "Bets on when this place will break again"....
Ragnascratch is coming... maybe.
Psivage wrote:Don't trust a cat. They are always up to no good.
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