Though i speak in favor of GREEN LANTERN taking place in the same universe ARROW/MAN OF STEEL does i am open to a reboot. Whether a new Green Lantern iteration inclusion first occurs in JUSTICE LEAGUE or ARROW, this is a discussion in what do you all care to see in a rebooted Green Lantern movie property, who'd you all care to see portray the human GLs and would you care to see a new Hal Jordan's first appearance in ARROW?
Yeah, now we're cookin' in some Green Lantern grease! (Lol)
I'd be fine if any who'd portray a reboot Harold Jordan looks like the character enough and portrays him awesomely. And if Carrie Farris is the reboot Carol Ferris and if she appears in the same something that Hal'd appear in, a new Hal would need to have personality that'd balance perfectly to her's.
I noticed how Carrie Farris being the reboot Carol Ferris is likely. Though, Zack Snyder and David S. Goyer being quite on that could refer to that being real as Deborah Snyder was advised to remain quite on whether the empty pod in the Fortress of Solitude implies that Kara Zor-El lives. Them intending to allow us to play a thinking game on whether Carrie Farris is Carol Ferris would be the reason for quiteness. For she weren't, they would've informed that to us sometime ago.
I hope not. I hope she's really Kara Zor-El. In an interview in June, Christina Ghubril Wren mentioned that Farris was the only prominent Air Force member whom easily noticed that Kal-El is good. And mentioned that Carrie is someone who easily speaks the silliest sounding sentence that pops into her brain. Which is something Kara is known for. If she is Kara Zor-El, her saying that Kal-El is "kind'a hot." could indicate that she has amnesia or is remembers who she is and is working to hide it.
Or, she's a relative of Carol Ferris.
I have to mention that after i read what Mark Pedowitz said while speaking on the "DC movies and t-v series in the same universe" possibility, i noticed that when [Commander Conner] mentioned "They aren't in the same universe." you referred to this being due to a "DC movies and t-v series are in the same universe." announcement not occurring. Which is that which Pedowitz mentioned. Due to [Commander Conner] not mentioning that what you mentioned about that is from officials, what you said easily seemed like you said that due to not seeing how they can take place in the same universe. I get it now. :)
I noticed that whether the Harold Jordan who'll appear in JUSTICE LEAGUE will be the same Hal who appeared in GREEN LANTERN and the same Hal who'd appear in ARROW or willn't, due to the DEADP(º|º)L movie being closer to becoming greenlit (According to what Ryan Reynolds & director Tim Miller mentioned about that), if the movie's production starts around the time JUSTICE LEAGUE's production starts, it could officially keep Reynolds out of reprising the Hal Jordan role.
If the Green Lantern franchise were to be rebooted, seeing that Hal's set-up in A R R O W would be the best decision for him. For if his first appearance is in J U S T I C E L E A G U E he would not have enough set-up area. The placing of the wormhole that was Kal-El's entry way towards the Earth is causing a reboot to seem unlikely. Charles Roven mentioned sometime ago that if WB has plans they'd inform us those plans. If they don't "there's nothing to say.", said Roven. 4 months after Diane Nelson spoke on bringing Green Lantern "back to the big some other way.", WB's even DC's silence on the Green Lanterns' movie relations continue. Though i'll continue to be open to a GL reboot.
I wouldn't mind seeing Green Lantern rebooted, I just think it woud be a waste of the first one. I don't see much flaws in it, I mean I'm not saying it's the best, but it deffinatly wasn't no Batman and Robin, it was more like Ghost Rider; tacky yet sequel worthy. Mabye if there is a reboot, it won't be a start of a new story, but a loose continuation of the first one.
Casecr wrote: I wouldn't mind seeing Green Lantern rebooted, I just think it woud be a waste of the first one. I don't see much flaws in it,
That's real. GREEN LANTERN did not have the flaw amount that would cause a movie to be unworthy to be in a multi-property shared cinematic universe. What the movie lacks is more hand-to-hand action. (Though, Hal's battle with Hector Hammond was the type that's occurred between them in the comics. It had an amount in intensity that's very acceptable in a action movie).
If you very much know and care about the Green Lantern concept you can notice that the movie holds very little flaws. Not only in in the movie's concept portrayal, also in the character's behavior; Reynolds was more Hal than Reynolds, Lively portrayed Carol finely (Definitely more than a pretty face), Sarsgaard is Hector Hammond (Especially after he his became half Oan). Strong as Sinestro is the main reason for no reboot
What do you think?