Producer Donald De Line revealed that the superhero adaptation is very close into its materialization.
"Green Lantern" is most likely to start shooting in early spring of 2009. Getting a chance to get an update from the comic book adaptation movie, First Showing reported that producer Donald De Line revealed about the production plan on Friday, September 26, saying that the people behind the project are "gearing up to start shooting early spring".
Noting that a new draft for the script has just come in, he further insisted that the Warner Bros. Pictures movie is one step closer to fruition. About it, the producer of "The Italian Job" and "Fool's Gold" stated, "it's coming together and I'm excited about it. Hopefully we'll make it to start gate. We're really close - really close."
Eyeing 2010 release, "Green Lantern" tells the story of a superhero whose job is to protect the space using a green energy-powered ring. When he finds himself dying on planet Earth, he tells his ring to seek for suitable successor. Amidst the search comes hot-shot test pilot Hal Jordan. Utterly honest and born without fear, he is chosen to gain possession of the ring and the responsibility that comes along with the power. It will be directed by Greg Berlanti.