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Warner Bros. Starts Working on 'Green Lantern 2' and 'Flash'

June 10, 2010 (8:30 am) GMT
The studio is developing the projects by hiring 'Green Lantern' writers Greg Berlanti, Michael Green and Marc Guggenheim.
Warner Bros. Starts Working on 'Green Lantern 2' and 'Flash'

It seems that Warner Bros. is eager to see their superhero movie projects showing their shapes. While "" is still in production, the studio has begun developing the sequel, "Green Lantern 2", as well as "" by hiring Greg Berlanti, Michael Green and Marc Guggenheim, so The Hollywood Reporter claims.

The three screenwriters who have worked on the first "Green Lantern" film are tapped to write a treatment each for "Green Lantern 2" and "The Flash". The deal additionally mentions that the trio will then provide the screenplay for one of the two upcoming projects.

"Green Lantern 2" will serve as the follow-up to "Green Lantern" which is currently shooting in New Orleans. tackles the titular character while Martin Campbell serves behind the lens for the first installment, which will be debuted in U.S. theaters on June 17, 2011.

As for "The Flash", the film has been widely talked among the line-up of Warner Bros.' next projects in addition to new Superman film "The Man of Steel" and untitled Batman 3 Project which will be the follow-up to "". Alex Gartner, Geoff Johns and Dan Mazer will produce this movie focusing on the scarlet speedster.

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