Green Lantern hits the green light for Warner Bros. and Martin Campbell opening night

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Green Lantern grossed $21.6 million at the box office opening night (Friday): According to early figures online, the comic book-superhero was less than anticipated, but had a lot of competition. By comparison, Thor, the last comic superhero movie hit near $26 million on its opening night in May.

The media, especially the LA Times reviews (three articles on Friday) were brutal. Those reviews and a few others will not help the weekend gross receipts expected to be around $55 million.

It is a fun movie, not dark like some DC Comic Book films have been in the past. In fact you can take your children to this one. It has more going on than Spiderman, at least the first debut I saw. My predicting is when it goes global and plays in Europe and Japan, it will proove the media was wrong, again about this flick that cost around $200 million to make with Martin Campbell at the helm. I think the PG-13 film will do well, and I give it two thumbs up.

Mr. Popper’s Penguins was not even a close second with around $6.4 million. That’s about what Jim Carrey’s comedy movie made three years ago with Yes Man.

Enjoy the exclusive photos below on premiere night in Hollywood with Martin Campbell and his wife Actress Sol Romero, Ryan Reynolds, Blake Lively and others. Please feel free to comment on what you thought of the movie Green Lantern, thx.


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One response to “Green Lantern hits the green light for Warner Bros. and Martin Campbell opening night

  1. Pingback: Green Lantern gets good reviews by comic book fans – Martin Campbell’s 3-D movie a hit so far « MAYO's Celebrity Buzz

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