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The secret group that destroyed the planet Krypton has been revealed - including one of the Green Lantern Corps' Guardians of the Universe.
Mission: Impossible - Fallout director Christopher McQuarrie explains why he won't be directing Green Lantern Corps for Warner Bros. and DC Films.
In the wake of the first Captain Marvel trailer, many are wondering if Starforce presents a better Green Lantern Corps than the Green Lantern movie?
The new Green Lantern Corps movie should adapt the most controversial Hal Jordan storyline ever, and wipe the DCEU's slate clean.
The Green Lantern comics finally reveal the mysterious villain who now controls the Power Rings - Cyborg Superman is back with a vengeance.
Green Lantern Corps, DC's team of space cops, are coming to the big screen (eventually). Here's everything you need to know about the movie.
Fans are still waiting for the long-promised Green Lantern Corps movie. However, the DCEU has made room for Green Lantern since the beginning.
Mark Wahlberg was wanted as the DCEU's Green Lantern when Zack Snyder was in charge. When would he have been introduced and what role would he play?
Green Lantern Corps movie writer Geoff Johns comments on the upcoming film, insisting it can't be DC's version of Guardians of the Galaxy.
Exclusive: Mission: Impossible - Fallout director and writer Christopher McQuarrie is open to joining Man of Steel 2 or a Green Lantern movie.
Exclusive: Henry Cavill says he would be more than happy to reunite with his Mission: Impossible - Fallout costar Tom Cruise on a DC movie.
Green Lantern Corps scriptwriter Geoff Johns confirms that he's still working on the script, which will "reinvent" the established comic mythology
If you thought the Sinestro Corps was bad, the untapped power of the Invisible Spectrum just created the largest Lantern Corps - EVER.
DC's new Justice League reveals the secret origins of Green Lantern villain Sinestro - and the secret he searched for as an anthropologist.
The second issue of DC's new Justice League reveals the team had very specific reasons for recruiting the Green Lantern, John Stewart.
DC's new Justice League has revealed The Still Force - the true opposite of Flash's Speed Force, and the first of seven new hidden forces.
Plot details are unknown at this time, but the film is part of Warner Bros.' DC cinematic universe and will serve as the solo vehicle for the Green Lantern character, following his presumed appearances in the two Justice League films. This project does not have any connection to the 2011 Green Lantern film starring Ryan Reynolds and will be a reboot with a new actor in the role. Poster by Rob Keyes from art by Joe Steiner.