‘Green Lantern’ Sneak Peek In ‘Clash of the Titans’ Home Video

Published 5 years ago by , Updated February 10th, 2012 at 8:01 am,

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Whether you enjoyed Clash of the Titans or not, there’s extra reason to buy it on home video when it comes out on July 27th. Warner Home Video has announced, amongst other special features, the Blu-ray/DVD will include a sneak peek of Green Lantern. Although the film, starring Ryan Reynolds, started shooting just over a month ago, three months should be plenty of time to finish a scene worth showing to the world.

The Blu-ray release, which will also have a digital copy and DVD, has a few fantastic supplements, adding to the intrigue of owning a movie many found to hover around mediocre. In the home video you’ll find deleted scenes, Maximum Movie Mode (a Warner Home Video specialty), Sam Worthington: An Action Hero for the Ages, and an alternate ending. The Sam Worthington feature seems a bit excessive, and while it is true he is a legitimate action superstar, it is widely considered he hasn’t made the films any better or worse.

But the real reason you’re here isn’t to learn about the Clash of the Titans special features, you want to hear more about this Green Lantern scene. Well, unfortunately nothing else has been announced. But it’s okay to speculate.

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With the news of an entirely CGI costume, it would be nice to use this as an opportunity to showcase the look of it in action. But can they actually create a full scene with rendered and finalized effects by then? If the studio wants to get a reading on the fan reaction to the costume, this is a fantastic method. Why not make some money while they’re at it, right?

If it’s not the costume, maybe we’ll see Mark Strong as Sinestro. Strong has established himself as one of Hollywood’s best villains after performances in Sherlock Holmes and Kick-Ass. Followers of Green Lantern should be able to rest assured he will enhance the film with his talents. After all, the age old saying of “a movie is only as good as its villain” still holds true.

Either way, the best decision Warner can make is to reveal the anticipated costume and convince the fans it will be worth the wait. But if they keep it all under wraps and use it as a method of promotion for the film in 2011, what will be in this sneak peek?

What would you like to see in the special scene? Will this get you to buy Clash of the Titans on Blu-ray or are you going to wait until we post the scene for you?

Clash of the Titans comes out on Blu-ray and DVD on July 27th, 2010.

Green Lantern is set to release on June 17th, 2011.

Source: Coming Soon

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  1. It'll probably be something dumb like a teaser with Ryan Reynolds face with the mask on and the ring and that's it. There's always a hype train with tracks that lead off a cliff with this type of stuff.

  2. any word if tee gonna be an extendet cut for CoT?
    My only real complain was, the movie was waaaaay to short to build any kind of relationship with the characters. And I mean every act felt as it would miss 30min of footage.

  3. Not that I know of, but the deleted scenes and alternate ending should take care of the curiosity.

  4. I highly doubt any Mark Strong appearance, as he doesn't start shooting until June. Still, they could piece together something small with any scenes he's shot. I wanna see the suit!

  5. I'm not buying Clash of the Titans under any circumstances. It's simply a no-go for me.

  6. Probably. It's sort of sad, but they've pulled that cheese before.

  7. The GL thing will show up on youtube anyway…

  8. Exactly- why waste my money?

  9. Yeah, the whole reason they're doing this is because they know Clash of the Titans was too mediocre to sell on its own. I don't expect much.

  10. Yep. The only reason they are doing this is because CoT was not that good, and they know people are looking forward to seeing Reynolds as GL (which, like you said, will be on youtube).

  11. I agree about COT being mediocre. I also agree with 10 minutes more per “act” it could have been better.

  12. BTW, I am extremely glad Disquis is gone. No more typing in my name and password every time.

  13. If we simply wait a day or two after the release someone will upload the extra onto the web and we can see it without buying the video. I’m not pro-piracy but buying a movie simply for a possible teaser when you don;t even know if that teaser is actually going to be worth anything is a big risk. These days people don’t have $30 to just throw away on a hunch.\

    I do agree it would be a great oppertunity for the studio to showcase the CGI suit and get fan feedback early enough in teh process that they could make changes if necessary.

  14. So…do we have the GL trailer yet?