The Green Lantern trailer hit the web on Tuesday, but it made it’s debut in theaters Thursday night in front of Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows, Part 1. Take a look. From what they’re showing, the film is shaping up to be a faithful telling of Hal Jordan’s origin
Make sure you have something special planned for Valentine’s Day, because, as of midnight that evening, you won’t be seeing your significant other for a while.
To celebrate the achievement by letting you throw more money at them, Capcom is offering a Special Edition for both console flavors of the highly-anticipated game (PS3 version pictured above.) The Special Edition will retail for $69.99 and will include an art book, an exclusive comic, special casing, a voucher for DLC characters Shuma Gorath and Jill Valentine, a free month subscription for Marvel digital comics, and, of course, the game itself.
Also of note, Capcom announced that Zero and She-Hulk will be joining the fray, while Joystiq got their hands on yet another rumored full roster. And, yes, Squirrel Girl is there. Hit the jump for the full listing.
The Green Lantern trailer isn’t due until next week (in front of Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows Part 1), but Entertainment Tonight gave fans a quick look at what’s coming. ET will run their entire GL feature on Tuesday. Check your local listings and don’t miss it! It looks promising!
With great power comes great casting. As the web of the Spider-Man reboot continues to be spun, the latest piece of news to come out is the announcement of veteran actor, Martin Sheen as Uncle Ben. Mr. Sheen joins Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, and Rhys Ifans in the ever-growing