Ryan Reynolds says “Green Lantern” movie casting had “Cinderella element”
Ryan Reynolds shared something that may have given him an edge in his “Green Lantern” auditions in Saturday’s press conference about the film.
“There was a Cinderella element to it,” said Reynolds.
An effects house built a lifecast based on an actor’s face in order to make the Green Lantern mask for the tryouts.
“The effects house that was asked to make the Green Lantern mask had no idea who was auditioning, but they arbitrarily chose my head from the vast catalogue of actors’ heads to build the mask around,” Reynolds said.
When he did his screen test, Reynolds said that helped his mask fit a little better on him than it would have on, say, Regis Philbin. While I’m sure Reynolds had other advantages over Reege, it’s funny that the mask was made to in fact fit Reynolds’ face.
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