HBO Max and Warner Bros. are preparing a new series set in the DC Extended Universe. It’s about the Green Lantern Corps. and its creator spoke about it.

After the failure of the 2011 film Green Lantern, DC does not lower his arms and still wants to give a dignified space to these characters, who are so iconic in the comics. Now, in another format, the company intends to launch a series, which will be released in HBO Max and it will be titled Green Lantern Corps.

The show is being created by Seth Grahame-Smith. On the other hand, in the cast, they will be Finn wittrock What Guy gardner, one of the humans who was in the power ring corporation. At the same time, Tobias Menzies, known for his role of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, on The Crown, will play Sinestro.

After the few advances, the showrunner referred to the process that this production has taken. These were his statements, in which he confirmed his participation.

Yes [soy el showrunner], that series is gigantic. It has taken a long time to get to this point and it is a great, great task. It is going very well. All I can say is that it is going very well and that there will be Green Lanterns in it, and that it will be in HBO Max“Said the developer.

Yes, the creative has created many titles in this line, including The LEGO Batman Movie. However, he has had almost no contact with the Lantern world, so this presents a challenge.

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I admit that I was not a big fan of comics ”, Grahame-Smith acknowledges. “He was a great movie buff. So my introduction to Dc comics It came about through the movie of Batman ’89. When that movie came out, I was like, ‘Oh my God, Batman is the best,’ and I started reading Batman comics. But Green Lantern It’s something that, to be honest, I came up with later, when talking about doing the show.

The possibility of doing the series led me to immerse myself in the history of Green Lantern. We’ll see. It’s going to be a while before the world sees it, but we’re very, very busy at work, as we speak”, He concluded.

Source: Collider