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HBO confirmed the series about “Green Lantern”: all the details

HBO confirmed the series about “Green Lantern”: all the details
HBO confirmed the series about “Green Lantern”: all the details

The last on-screen Green Lantern was played by Ryan Reynolds in the 2011 film of the same name.

HBO has acquired a new series of Green Lantern, “Lanterns”. Last night, HBO took to social media to confirm the series. While little is known about the DC Comics show, it has been confirmed that the show is “coming soon.”

According to a report from the Variety portal, Lanterns will be directed by the showrunner Chris Mundywho in the past worked in True Detective: Night Country and Ozark. The series will consist of eight episodes.

The writer of Watchmen and The Leftovers, Damon Lindelofand the writer of Mister Miracle and Supergirl, Tom Kingwill co-write and executive produce with Mundy.

Casey Bloys, president and CEO of HBO and Max Content, said of the series: “As part of James’ vision [Gunn] and peter [Safran] For the DC Universe, this first new live-action series will mark an exciting new era. “

What the “Lanterns” series will be about

Lanterns will reportedly tell the story of Green Lantern Corps members Hal Jordan and John Stewart. In the series, Stewart will be a new recruit, while Jordan is a veteran starter in the Corps. Both Lanterns are “drawn into a dark Earth mystery as they investigate a murder in the heart of America.”

The cast and directors of the episodes have not yet been announced.

The last Green Lantern on screen was played by Ryan Reynolds in the 2011 film of the same name. The film was a failure, both commercially and critically. Several attempts to revive the character for the big screen have since failed, although Nathan Fillion Will play Green Lantern Guy Gardner in upcoming Superman movie James Gunnwhich will be released next year.

Source: Ambito

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