It has started speculations that Warner Bros. was in discussion to green light a standalone film for Green Lantern.
Warner Bros. and DC Comics have confirmed a new big screen version of "Green Lantern" is in development.
Green Lantern Corps. is being described as "Lethal Weapon in space", and the dichotomous personalities of Jordan and Stewart would lend themselves well to that premise.
There have been some people who have held the title of Green Lantern, including Jordan, who was the focus of that 2011 movie starring Ryan Reynolds, which was a critical and box office failure. In the meantime, we'd like to hear your thoughts on who should play the lead roles in Green Lantern Corps.
Green Lantern Corps was originally scheduled for release on June 19, 2020, but now it has been moved to July 24th, 2020.More news: JPMorgan's Dimon Sees Economic 'Momentum' Building as Trading Surges
It's way too early to tell whether Green Lantern Corps will fare better than its predecessor, but it's clear that Warner Bros. really wants to make things right - and until then, we should keep an open mind. DC Comics' first African-American superhero, Stewart was created by Dennis O'Neil and Neal Adams in 1971 and has been long-rumored to be a choice part for Tyrese Gibson of the Fast & Furious franchise, although no formal offer has been made public.
Geoff Johns is also serving as executive producer on Green Lantern Corps. He's been tapped to play new character N'Jobu alongside Chadwick Boseman as the titular superhero in the film directed by Ryan Coogler. As with the other movies, that date can certainly change. Another epic Green Lantern storyline is 2009's Blackest Night, which featured the Black Lantern Corps, which were essentially zombie Lanterns based on dead heroes well known to the members of the Green Lantern Corps.
John Stewart is the new addition.
What we don't know yet is.nearly anything else.