This week, on a very special episode of Reject Radio, Movies.com‘s John Gholson offers a primer before we all go see Green Lantern, and lead creature designer for the film (and Super 8, Avatar, and many others…) Neville Page talks about creating aliens.
Plus, our very own Matt Patches faces off against UGO‘s movies editor Jordan Hoffman in a Movie News Pop Quiz that’ll be one for the books.
We follow it up with a Green Lantern review, so stick around.
The Reject Radio Movie News Pop Quiz [The Beginning – 7:45]: It’s Patches vs Hoffman in a battle of wits that leads to absolutely zero hurt feelings.
Your Aliens Are In My Superhero Movie [7:45 – 26:15]: John Gholson drops by to drop some knowledge on the uninitiated. Who’s Hal Jordan? Why are there so many Green Lanterns? Why are they fighting a color spectrum?
Drawing With a Machine Gun [26:15 – 69:00]:Cloverfield. Watchmen. Star Trek. Avatar. Piranha. Tron: Legacy. Super 8. Neville Page’s meteoric rise as a designer has seen him work on some incredible movies, and he brings that talent now to Green Lantern. He brings to this show his knowledge, his personal film geekiness, and stories about not peeing himself when meeting Ridley Scott.
Green Lantern Reviewed [69:00 – The End]: Matt Patches and Jordan Hoffman return to tell us what they thought of the flick. Did it live up to their expectations?
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