The scene involving the Oan scientist and the fear entity Parallax reportedly has been filmed in New Orleans, Louisiana on August 2 night.
Another report has come from the set of "Green Lantern" in downtown New Orleans, Louisiana. According to Comic Book Movie (CBM), an Earth-based scene involving the fear entity Parallax and Krona was scheduled to be filmed there on Monday night, August 2.
If the news is true, then it means that Krona will be introduced in the movie directed by Martin Campbell. It has not been known how the Oan scientist will relate to the storyline but CBM suggests that the film's creators could be secretly planning to conjoin DC's other superhero properties into one film universe.
Krona itself, in the comic books, is described as someone who is responsible for the creation of DC's Multiverse, an infinite number of parallel universes that each contains a replicated variant of the DC Universe. At this same moment, the Anti-Matter Universe is created, unleashing evil into the cosmos; thus, the Monitor and the Anti-Monitor are born.
As punishment for this act, Krona is transformed into pure energy by his fellow Oans and is sent to forever wander the cosmos. Krona's actions also caused the Oans to become the Guardians of the Universe.
"Green Lantern" is starring Ryan Reynolds as the titular character. The film follows Hal Jordan, 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.
Mark Strong and Peter Sarsgaard are cast as villainous characters Sinestro and Hector Hammond respectively, while Blake Lively will be seen playing Hal Jordan's love interest Carol Ferris. This action superhero film is due June 17, 2011 in the U.S.