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'Green Lantern' Movie Trailer: Watch Now

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If you read the site, you no doubt already know that Ryan Reynold’s new “Green Lantern” flick was heavy on the actual green during filming. Not only did the producers decide to shoot in the LEED Silver certified Second Line Stages in New Orleans (the most sustainable film studio in the U.S.) — but director Taika Waititi also made sure all food scraps during production were composted; in addition to other eco-friendly measures.

“You can’t change the world by turning power off for one hour, but it’s about each person trying to show that a small action can make a huge difference,” Waititi said.

Check out the newly released trailer for the film after the jump below. “The Green Lantern” hits next summer.

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