Green Lantern has always been a favorite of mine, as it’s a comic book movie that combines all the elements of a movie about an astronaut and a super hero.
It’s an entertaining and emotional look at the idea of living on the edge of civilization, and it also had a lot of critics.
That said, it wasn’t exactly a movie that got me into movie criticism.
It was something that came up in conversation with people I respected in the film industry.
It made me feel like a film critic, but it was a completely different thing from the kind of movie critics like myself had always enjoyed.
It seemed like I was doing something different.
So, I had a conversation with my wife about this, and I said, ‘You know what?
I think we should try it.’
And she said, “No, I’m not interested.
I want you to be a director.”
So, she said that I should try to make this film, but I didn’t know how.
I had this notion that it would be a film about a comic books superhero, but this wasn’t what I wanted to do.
It just seemed like an odd thing to try to do at that point in time.
So I told my wife, “I’ll take it.”
And she went, “Oh, great!
What are you going to do?”
And I said to her, “Well, I want to direct a film.
I’ll take a look at it, and if you want, I can write it.”
So we started talking about that, and we started going over things and just starting to think about what could be done, and then we started shooting it.
And then we just got really excited and we thought, “Okay, this is really going to be something.
We’re going to get this.”
And then it just kind of happened.
It actually happened pretty quickly, because we had this big meeting with everybody who was going to direct it.
We started shooting in February and it was all done.
And the first thing we did was we did a rewrite of the script.
It had a couple of little changes that made it more organic, but we didn’t make any of those changes.
We just kept going and going and we just kind andrewed it, until we finished shooting it in June.
I think the idea was to do this thing where we didn of the story arc or the tone of the movie, but the film was going through the same arc of these characters and their journey.
And that was what really brought it together.
It kind of came out of a lot, but then I kind of realized that I wanted this to be an independent film.
And I thought that was cool, so we were like, “OK, this thing should be independent.”
And I didn’ want to do the thing where everybody’s working together to make a movie.
I didn t want to be like, I have to do a remake of the first movie, or I have this remake of The Incredible Hulk or something.
I just wanted to make something that was my own.
So we wrote a script that we put out and we shot in March.
And in the end, we had a script, we shot it, we edited it, but there was no story arc that was there.
So what we ended up doing was I went to my wife and said, you know what, I’ve got to make it my own, because this is my movie, and this is the story that I want it to tell.
And it was very, very easy for me to say, “You know, this story is mine, so I’m going to make my own story.”
I was really excited to do that, because it was something we had done a lot before.
We’d done movies like The Matrix, which I thought was really good, and The Matrix Reloaded, which was also a very good movie.
And this was something I’d been talking about for a long time, and really excited about doing a Green Lantern movie.
So that was a lot easier for me.
I went and had a talk with all of the people that were going to play these characters, and they all said, OK, this will work.
And all of them were incredibly enthusiastic about it.
But the thing is, the thing that they all seemed to love was that this was not a reboot.
This was not an old film that was doing its own thing, because all of these things that have been done before, were just taking the same script that was written by Jim [Goyer] and Bruce Timm and Andy [Liams] and Geoff Johns and John [DiDio] and all of those guys.
And they were just adapting that script.
So this was a very different story.
And so that’s what I went with, and that was the plan from day