The YF-32 jet that is painted white and blue features the logo of Ferris Aircraft and will be piloted by Hal Jordan's father in the movie.
More pictures from the production of "Green Lantern" have surfaced and this time they are taken from hangars at Lakefront Airport in northern New Orleans, Louisiana. In the photos obtained by a contributor for Comic Book Movie, a jet fighter that will used for the filming is seen landed at one of the hangars.
The plane, which is dominated with white and blue colors, features Ferris Aircraft logo in a particular spot. The 'experimental' YF-32 jet that will be piloted by Martin Jordan, Hal Jordan's father, will be used for a pivotal scene in the movie and will cause the demise of the character played by Jon Tenney. Photos of the fighter jet can be seen at Comic Book Movie.
"Green Lantern" tells the story of Hal, the alter ego of Green Lantern, who is also an ordinary man chosen by a dying alien named Abin Sur to receive a green energy-powered ring used for protecting the planet. Ryan Reynolds leads with Mark Strong tackling the role of villainous Sinestro. The superhero flick is planned to hit U.S. theaters on June 17, 2011.