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New 'Green Lantern' TV Spot Shares Reviews From Movie Critics

June 14, 2011 (6:09 am) GMT
In addition to sharing some critic reviews to the fans, the new snippet offers a look at never-before-seen footage.
New 'Green Lantern' TV Spot Shares Reviews From Movie Critics

Warner Bros. Pictures has shared critic reviews for "" to the fans. Through a newly-released video, fans can watch new footage and the reviews, including when Abin Sur is seen standing somewhere at Oa, facing a tag line of "Action-Packed". Another scene features Hal Jordan who takes a woman while he is flying out of a hangar, with "Dynamic" tag line attached on the building.

Taking to its official Facebook page, Warner Bros. Pictures also makes it official that they will be streaming live world premiere of the action adventure film. The premiere will be held at Grauman's Chinese Theatre on Wednesday, June 15. It is advised to visit "Green Lantern" Facebook page at 6.00-7.00 P.M. PST to watch the live stream.

"Green Lantern" tells a story of ' Hal, an ordinary man chosen by a dying alien named Abin Sur (played by Temuera Morrison) to receive a green energy-powered ring used for protecting the planet. As a new enemy called Parallax threatens to destroy the balance of power in the universe, the fate of Earth lies in Hal's hands. The film will make its way out on June 17 Stateside.



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