Green Lantern is the name of numerous superheroes who appear in DC Comics’ American comic books. They combat evil with the use of rings that give them a range of exceptional abilities, all of which stem from their inventiveness, bravery, and/or emotional willpower. Members of the Green Lantern Corps, a cosmic law enforcement agency, are frequently depicted as the characters.
Does John Stewart introduce in Green Lantern Movie?
“In Green Lantern: Beware My Power, recently discharged Marine sniper John Stewart is at a crossroads in his life, one which is only worsened by acquiring an extra-terrestrial ring which provides him the powers of the Green Lantern of Earth,” reads the official synopsis.
Previously announced back in 2021, the animated Green Lantern movie introduces John Stewart in animated style.
However, it appears that his transformation into a Green Lantern will be anything but straightforward.
“Unfortunately, the ring comes without instructions – but it does come with baggage, such as a swarm of cosmic killers hell-bent on destroying every Green Lantern in the universe.” This reluctant soldier must now journey into the center of a galactic Rann/Thanagar battle with the help of the lighthearted Green Arrow, Adam Strange, and Hawkgirl, and somehow succeed where all other Green Lanterns have failed.”
A new trailer provides us our first glance at John’s predicament and it’s really cool. Green Lantern last appeared on screen in the critically panned Green Lantern film in 2011 but has yet to make his Justice League debut in the current Warner Bros. pantheon.
Still, with an emphasis on John Stewart rather than the classic Green Lantern, Hal Jordan, this upcoming animated feature sets the stage for an unusual addition to DC’s animated works.
The 4K Blu-Ray contains the new featurette, John Stewart: The Power and the Glory – a new documentary that analyses John Stewart’s legacy including new interviews with individuals who helped define his biography.
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Aldis Hodge plays John Stewart alongside Jimmi Simpson as Green Arrow, Ike Amadi as Martian Manhunter, Brian Bloom as Adam Strange, Jamie Gray Hyder as Hawkgirl, and Rick D. Wasserman as Sinestro, with Nolan North providing additional voices.
The film was directed by Jeff Wamester and based on a screenplay by John Semper and Ernie Altbacker. Jim Kreig and Butch Lukic serve as producers, with Sam Register serving as executive producer.
What is the release date for Green Lantern: Beware My Power?
John Stewart’s first solo effort since his debut in the Justice League animated series will be Green Lantern: Beware My Power.
The film was first announced in October 2021, alongside Battle of the Super Sons and other upcoming films in 2022.
On July 26, 2022, Green Lantern: Beware My Power will be released on 4K, Blu-ray, and digital.