Blake Lively Is 'Green Lantern's' Fierce Love Interest, Carol Ferris

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Blake Lively Is 'Green Lantern's' Fierce Love Interest, Carol Ferris


MANILA, Philippines -- Coming off a widely acclaimed performance in last year's drama "The Town," Blake Lively now stars as Carol Ferris, Hal Jordan/Green Lantern's lifelong friend and sometime lover, in Warner Bros.' new action-adventure "Green Lantern." "We've got explosions and fights and trips to outer space and back, but I love that the movie also has a great sense of fun and a hint of romance about it," shares Lively. "And the Green Lantern Corps should appeal to women, too-representing virtually every species of alien imaginable, it's definitely not a men's-only club." A go-getter pilot-turned-businesswoman, Carol has always been by-the-book, enabling her to move up in the ranks at her father's company, Ferris Aircraft, making her now-Hal's boss. "Hal and Carol have a bond that goes back to when they were kids," Ryan Reynolds relates. "There's a great deal of history there, both good and bad. There are moments when they're like magnets flipped the wrong way, pushing off one another, but you can always tell there's something pulling them together, too." "Carol and Hal have an interesting dynamic, and Ryan and I had that same sort of playful banter," says Lively. "Blake and Ryan had great chemistry right off the bat," producer Donald De Line confirms. "They really hit it off and I think that translated nicely onto the screen, whether the characters are in the heat of passion or the heat of battle." Lively adds, "Regardless of what they might have felt, or feel, for each other, Hal and Carol have always butted heads. …

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