"Green Lantern" is out on June 17, with Ryan Reynolds starring as the classic DC Comics superhero. Only one trailer for the movie has been released so far, a fact which can likely be attributed to ongoing work on the abundance of digital effects that will be be included in the final cut.
Also appearing in the film is "Sherlock Holmes" star Mark Strong as Sinestro, and the actor talked a little about the experience of participating in such an effects-heavy production in a recent interview.
"[There's] all this Earth-bound stuff and there's space stuff. And obviously the space stuff was all in a big green warehouse and we all wore grey tracksuits with dots on," he told LeicesterSquareTV (via ComicBookMovie) on the red carpet at the 2011 Empire Awards.
"It's like trying to make a jigsaw puzzle with two thirds of the pieces missing," he added, "so I can't wait to see it myself."
That wasn't all for Strong's talk on "Green Lantern" this past weekend however. The actor also chatted with UK film site Hey U Guys. Asked about how he gets into the Sinestro character, Strong glibly replied, "With a lot of make-up and a lot of CGI."
He also spoke a little about the small number of promotional images released so far for the movie "They’ve released something, but it’s all going to be coming out in June. I think that stuff takes a while to get right, they don’t want to release it before it’s ready."
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