According to Box Office Mojo, it looks like Warner Bros. has decided to push back the release date of Green Lantern from December 17, 2010 to June 17, 2011.

Green Lantern was created in 1940 by writer Bill Finger and artist Martin Nodell. Hal Jordan introduced in 1959, a second-generation test pilot, is an ordinary man who was given the power ring and battery (lantern) by a dying alien named Abin Sur. When Abin Sur's spaceship crashed on Earth, the alien used his ring to seek out an individual to take his place as Green Lantern: someone who was "utterly honest and born without fear."

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In addition to this Warner Bros. has seen fit to move Zack Snyder's Sucker Punch from October 8, 2010 to March 25, 2011.

Sucker Punch is a movie about little girl who is trying to hide from the pain caused by her evil stepfather and lobotomy. She ends up in mental institution and while their she starts to imagine alternative reality. She plans to escape from that imaginary world but to do that she needs to steal five objects before she is caught by a vile man. Story is set in 1950's.

Lastly, Martin Campbell's Edge of Darkness, starring Mel Gibson will be released on January 29, 2010 from Warner Bros.

Edge of Darkness centers on a veteran cop (Gibson) whose only grown-up child (Novakovic) is murdered on the steps of his home. The cop unearths his daughter's secret life and discovers a world of corporate cover-ups and government collusion. Huston takes on the role of a shady businessman while Roberts will play the role of the daughter's distraught boy.