Earlier this week we got our first look at Peter Sarsgaard in costume on the set of "Green Lantern," but what about the film's star, Ryan Reynolds? We know he won't recite the Green Lantern oath for us, but what everyone's really wondering is what he'll look like when he suits up as Hal Jordan.
Well, we're psyched to say we've got a pic from the set of "Green Lantern" that, while it doesn't show Reynolds in full-on costume, it does provide an indication of how that costume will be created for the big screen — and some confirmation of rumors we've heard previously.
In the following photo provided to MTV News, Reynolds is seen zipping up a full motion-capture suit on the set of "Green Lantern," indicating some heavy CGI could indeed be used to bring the DC hero's emerald-hued costume to life.
Previously, "Green Lantern" co-writer and producer Greg Berlanti said the film's team was "on lockdown" about the look they're going for with the live-action Hal Jordan, though DC Entertainment's Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns seemed to confirm that Reynolds' costume will be more CGI than actual clothing.
One thing we know for sure, however, is that the film's female lead, Blake Lively, won't wear Star Sapphire's "pink bodysuit" any time soon.
Oh, and you know what question is really bugging me after seeing that "Green Lantern" set pic? What's up with the adorable little dog by Reynolds' feet? (I really want to believe the dog is playing Ch'P.)
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