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.
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