Green Lantern: First Flight
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Green Lantern: First Flight is a direct-to-video, animated movie starring DC Comics' space-faring hero, the Green Lantern. This is the origin story of how test pilot Hal Jordan becomes the super hero Green Lantern and learns the secret of the Power Ring. A co-production of Warner Premiere, DC Comics and Warner Bros. Animation, Green Lantern's first-ever full-length animated film is set for release by Warner Home Video on July 28, 2009. Green Lantern: First Flight will be available as a special edition 2-disc version on DVD and Blu-Ray Hi-Def for $29.98 (SRP) and $34.99 (SRP), respectively, as well as single disc DVD for $19.98 (SRP).

Christopher Meloni (Law & Order: Special Victims Unit) fills the lead voice of Hal Jordan aka Earth's Green Lantern. Fellow Emmy Award nominee Victor Garber (Milk, Titanic) voices Sinestro, Tricia Helfer (Battlestar Galactica) is the voice of Boodikka, and Michael Madsen (Reservoir Dogs) is Kilowog. John Larroquette, Kurtwood Smith, William Schallert and Larry Drake round out the cast.

A new trade ad released by Warner Home Video states that the upcoming Green Lantern: First Flight Two-Disc DVD Special Edition release will contain over three hours of extras, with the Green Lantern: First Flight Blu-ray Special Edition release featuring over 4 1/2 hours of extras.

Early special features details are as follows:

1) Exclusive Sneak Peek at DC Universe's Upcoming Superman/Batman: Public Enemies; 2) Behind the Story with Geoff Johns - The New York Times Best-Selling Writer Discusses the Mythology of the Green Lantern: Oa, The Guardians, Power Rings and the Greatest of all Green Lanterns - Hal Jordan; 3) Green Lantern Corps Character Profiles of Sinestro and the Guardians of the Universe; 4) Behind the Scenes of Blackest Night, the epic DC Comics Superhero Event in Which the Dead Shall Rise; 5) Duck Dodgers Series Episode "The Green Loontern;" 6) Bruce Timm Presents Two Bonus Cartoons.

Plus: Only on Blu-ray: 7) I Am the Ring - A Look at the Symbolism of the Ring in Literary Lore -and as Reimagined for Green Lantern; 8) Bruce Timm Presents Five Bonus Cartoons.

First Flight is based on the Green Lantern comics, however the story and many details including characters have been changed with the major examples detailed below.

Rookie lanterns (anyone not trained) don't get the Green Lantern symbol. They only get it after successfully completing training. Whereas in the film, Hal Jordan gets one with the uniform.

The comics also don't let Green Lanterns use lethal force, until many years after the events in First Flight/Secret Origins, yet Sinestro kills Kanjar Ro.

Boodikka is a "good" Green Lantern thought the comic book series and is even promoted to the highest rank. She does not die betraying the Green Lanterns to help Sinestro.

Kanjar Ro shows Qward is in sector 324, however in the comics it's in the anti-matter universe. In the comics, Sinestro orders the Weaponers to make a yellow lantern ring and battery, as opposed to inheriting it after Kanjar Ro died.

In Green Lantern: Secret Origins, Abin Sur is killed while escorting a prisoner called Atrocitus. And Hal's first mission is with Sinestro hunting down Atrocitus on Earth. Sinestro then takes Hal to his home planet. Hal learns that Sinestro controls his home planet and sector though fear. For this, Sinestro is imprisoned, where he learns about the yellow impurity, leading to the forming of his own corps. First Flight changes the storyline completely to make its own story, in no way related to that of the comics.

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