A Green Lantern sequel has been announced, with a production budget reportedly of $200 million. The preliminary release date is attached to 2020. The first Green Lantern film was released starring Ryan Reynolds in 2011.

Whether or not the next edition will be directly canonical to the first movie is unknown, but the new production is expected to elaborate on the universe featured in the 2011 Warner Bros film. The Green Lantern mythology will be the foundational concepts in the Green Lantern Corps film. An exciting direction that cinematic audiences may anticipate is a delving into of the origin of the alien interstellar police force. We understand from Warner Bros that Hal Jordan will be joining forces with multiple Green Lanterns.

The 2011 movie, the elite force of the Green Lantern Corps had been protectors for peace and justice has existed for centuries. When a new enemy called Parallax threatened to destroy the Universe, their fate and the fate of Earth was discovered to be in the hands of the Corps’ newest recruit, the first human ever selected: Hal Jordan (played by Ryan Reynolds). The film represented the first big screen outing of the superhero.