New Groovy Looks at Ryan Reynolds in Full Green Lantern Costume

Still having major qualms about Ryan Reynolds’ green tights in “Green Lantern”? Maybe these three images of Reynolds in the full look will ease your mind. Or not. Personally, I think he looks pretty good, though I’m not entirely sure about the feet. It looks like he just has knee-high socks on and you can see his toes? What’s that about? Just give the guy boots already.

Reynolds stars in the Martin Campbell directed film, due out June 17, 2011.

Also co-starring Blake Lively, Peter Sarsgaard, Mark Strong, Temuera Morrison, Jenna Craig, Jon Tenney, Tim Robbins, Angela Bassett, Taika Cohen, and Jeff Wolfe.

And in case you missed it, check out that spectacular 4-minute WonderCon footage from the movie here.

Get more images and videos in our “Green Lantern” preview page.

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  • http://www.originalgeekspodcast.com/ Dedpool

    I like it. Except the boots. I know it’s like a second skin and all but it looks like he’s wearing stockings. I mean it makes sense because they do the same with the aliens, look at Kilowog and Tomar-Re, but it just looks wierd in these pics. I’m sure in action it’ll be less jarring but here against the black it look like stocking feet. SHoot at least make it like ninjat tabbies.

    • http://www.beyondhollywood.com/ Nix

      I mean, right? The feet thing is weird.

      • http://www.originalgeekspodcast.com/ Dedpool

        Just took the idea too far I think.

  • http://www.originalgeekspodcast.com/ Dedpool

    I like it. Except the boots. I know it’s like a second skin and all but it looks like he’s wearing stockings. I mean it makes sense because they do the same with the aliens, look at Kilowog and Tomar-Re, but it just looks wierd in these pics. I’m sure in action it’ll be less jarring but here against the black it look like stocking feet. SHoot at least make it like ninjat tabbies.

  • Shazam

    I love that second pic… but the mask still looks funny to me, and I agree about the feet. I’m still totally digging the “energy suit” look over the spandex or leather suit, but the feet do look odd.

  • Online72

    At least true GL fans get the base look and feel of the history of the character. The new direction in the costume is acceptable. What I wouldn’t do for a BM that actually looks more like the comics. Some grey? Just a little? Please?……

    • http://www.originalgeekspodcast.com/ Dedpool

      LOL. Yeah I mean look at the “Arkham Asylum/Arkham City” armored look that he has or the look in “Young Justice” which is similar. they can do it. Chracoal grey. not light grey.

      • Online72

        Dedpool, on this we agree! I love the look in AA.

  • Online72

    At least true GL fans get the base look and feel of the history of the character. The new direction in the costume is acceptable. What I wouldn’t do for a BM that actually looks more like the comics. Some grey? Just a little? Please?……

  • Lexavi80

    I never had problems with the suit, but indeed the feet looks weird.

  • Ulik

    Tomar-Re says that the mask is for his disguise. Oh common, this isn’t the comics, a mask like that in no way hides his identity. It’s similar to the sillyness of Clark Kent looking nothing like Superman because he’s wearing glasses and has no “S”-shaped strand of hair hanging down on his forehead. It worked back in the day but its silly when you think about it. However, Batman wears a cowl that covers all of his head and most of his face, now that’s a true disguise; he even goes as far as disguising his voice to add to the disguise even more. They should have just said the mask is used so that he can see into the inner light spectrums of space,thermo-vision,long distance, and to be able to see aliens or ships camouflaged or cloaked. That would have made more sense and would have given way to some great scenes. As for the suit, it still looks incomplete and “uni-form”. They could have kept the organic look while making it still look uniform and temporaraily added the white gloves in the begginning as a sign that he was a new recruit and the first human to wear a ring. The white gloves could have been made of energy from the ring that restricted his powers to a certain level until he proved his loyalty and honor, then finally the white energy gloves disapear afterwards.

    • http://www.originalgeekspodcast.com/ Dedpool

      I know you are not going against the effectiveness of a domino mask! LoL. Yeah its silly but hey its in the comics. Though your idea is cool, its something that’s never been in the source and leads too much into the emotional spectrum when they only have green right now. And I for one don’t care about the white gloves. They look okay but always seemed out of place to me with the rest of the suit. I loved the “First Flight” uniforms.

      Sent on the go.

    • Juggernaut

      I like the idea of the white gloves and boots for new recruits. It would have been a nice nod to the comics. I like the explaination of the mask for space sight and the white gloves being a governer for the rings powers. Both ideas were original and plausible.

      • http://www.originalgeekspodcast.com/ Dedpool

        I like that idea too, it’s just I dunno it’d look so wierd. I think the bright ness detracts from everything else. I dunno again it’s one of those things that works in the comics and toons but in real life it’d look a little off. White gloves wouln’t stay white for long. It’ like if they did a live action Moon Knight, they’ have to make the suit grey-ish cause a bright ass white suit would not be plausible. you’d need like 300 just for filming. LOL.

        • Juggernaut

          Agreed. Maybe if instead of him being in the white gloves as a recruit they had a scene in the end where Hal is being recognized by the council and awarded, military style, for his valor he has on a modified version with more white (gloves, insignia and maybe boots and trim) kind of like military whites. That would be cool!

          • http://www.originalgeekspodcast.com/ Dedpool

            Well the boots have never been white. They were always green, just the gloves and space around the insignia was white. I like the idea of military dress with white accents on the boots, collar and white gloves. There is white around the insignia in the film version, but I’d love for even that to give off a green tinted glow, or to do the floating lantern symbol they’ve been doing in the comic.

        • Ulik

          The gloves would be made of energy from the ring.

          • http://www.originalgeekspodcast.com/ Dedpool

            I know, I know but again the white just stands out too much from the suit. The color scheme looks great on paper and animated, but in real life it would just look off. Maybe it’s just me.

  • Ulik

    To suit is missing white at the bottom, they should have at least let the strands of energy come down to his legs or form around the boot area.

  • Lexavi80

    Something it occurs to me is that the mask will glow intensively while a GL is near other person, so the mask itself won’t cover the identity, but the glow will distort or at least put some difficulty while someone stare directly. I saw something like that in Green Lantern: Secret Origin and I thought it was a cool explanation.

    Regarding Superman, well, the glasses are not the disguise but his attitud, body language, voice and dorky look. Anyway, that’s what I got from Superman: Birthright. The guy is a completely different person when he’s Clark Kent.

    I’m still have problems with GL toes shoing in the suit, but I guess they’ll fix that during the movie. I mean, maybe at the end, or in the third act, Ryan (ups, I mean Hal) will create his own version of the suit giving himself boots and maybe a few minor changes to it all.

    • http://www.originalgeekspodcast.com/ Dedpool

      You are absolutely right about Superman. Birthright got it perfect by having Ma Kent come up with the idea of Clark being clumsy and awkward. It makes him blend in as he stands out breifly, then you tend to ignore him.

      Sent on the go.

    • Juggernaut

      I also remember reading a comic that said that while he was Superman he moved his face back and forth at such a rapid speed that his face looked like a blur. That along with the body language and glasses set the two apart distinctly. As for the toe feet, it is ridiculous! I understand that the suit isn’t so much a “suit” as it is an energy “blanket or whatever and made to look organic but COME ON!!! By that ration you would see his entire anatomy. You don’t see his wang! They are taking that concept too far.

      • Ulik

        LOL!!!!