"I think you walk away from this first film, and the moments that you remember and the moments that mean so much to you, not unlike Iron Man, are the moments where the guy's not in the suit," said Reynolds.
However, Reynolds acknowledged that developing those moments amid the cosmic action central to Green Lantern is a daunting task - after all, a test pilot who receives a super-powered ring from a dying alien is likely to demand a much different tone than a billionaire industrialist building his own battle armor.
"That to me is the tough thing to get right," he explained. "And that's something that they did get right [in Iron Man]. You see why this guy's in the suit, and that's what's interesting to me. Not that he is in the suit, but why."
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