First Look at Green Lantern Spaceship?

Published 4 years ago by , Updated August 14th, 2013 at 3:53 am,

green lantern filming 3d First Look at Green Lantern Spaceship?

We’ve seen several photos pop up online from the set of Martin Campbell’s Green Lantern since the film began shooting last month and while none of them have revealed what Ryan Reynolds looks like in costume, one new image has emerged depicting what appears to be a spaceship.

The image comes from a resident of Madisonville who was able to snap a photo and email it to CBM. Continue after the jump to check it out.

While we can’t say for sure, it’s a good guess that the ship in the above photo belongs to the character of Abin Sur. Abin Sur, for those unfamiliar with the Green Lantern comics, is a member of the Green Lantern Corps who crash lands on Earth with his ship being damaged from an attack. With his impending death, he uses his ring to search for the closest worthy candidate which happens to be Hal Jordan (Ryan Reynolds) and there begins the story of our hero.

It’s certainly getting exciting for those of us eagerly awaiting the next DC superhero movie. Let’s hope for some Justice League confirmation at this summer’s Comic-Con.

Green Lantern stars Ryan Reynolds as the title character, Blake Lively as his love interest, Mark Strong as Sinestro, Peter Sarsgaard as the villain Dr. Hector Hammond, and Tim Robbins as the villain’s father, Senator Hammond.

What do you think of the design?

Green Lantern opens June 17, 2011. Director Martin Campbell and his award-winning crew have been shooting since March 15th.

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Source: CBM

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  1. So, my question has always been, if in the comics the Lantern Corps are always seen flying thru space with nothing but their power rings(a neat green aura around them) then why was Abin Sur flying a spacecraft that crashed to earth? There has Never been a mention of any other passengers or bodies so one must assume there were none. That little inconsistency is the major flaw in the origin story.

  2. Green Lanterns are space cops basically. If they dont want to be found, they use a spaceship. Undercover. If they just flied through the galaxy with the ring going off, they'd never get the baddies out there

  3. Good try, but they catch badguys all the time with their rings blazing.
    Just read the wiki.

  4. You're right that they don't NEED ships under normal conditions, but if their rings are low on charge (or completely depowered) or if they're flying through unknown regions of space (unpredictable/unrecorded dangers) OR if they are injured (or in some way incapitated), a spaceship gives them the same ability to traverse space as it would any mortal being. Remember that Abin Sur was near death when he sent out the search beam that found Jordan. Clearly, something had caused him to need flying assistance. In the newest revamp of the origin, he actually required a ship because he was seeking the answers to the mystery of the “Blackest Night” prophecy and wasn't sure what he would encounter. See? It makes sense…

  5. That too, forgot about that.

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