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Here's Where You Can Watch Green Lantern: Beware My Power At Home

The 2011 "Green Lantern" movie may be a film that many — including its star– wish they could forget, but luckily, DC Comics hasn't given up on the Lantern Corps just yet. The 2022 animated, history-making feature "Green Lantern: Beware My Power" puts John Stewart (voiced by Aldis Hodge) front and center as titular hero Green Lantern.

Per the "Green Lantern: Beware My Power" IMDb page, the Warner Bros. Animation pic is directed by Jeff Wamester, who also served as director for "Justice Society: World War II." John Semper, whose credits include "Static Shock" and Ernie Altbacker from "Justice League Dark: Apokolips War," penned the screenplay. The narrative they put together for "Green Lantern: Beware My Power," as revealed in the trailer for the movie (via YouTube), follows John Stewart as he becomes the new Green Lantern during a tumultuous time where a nefarious group attempts to destroy every member of the jade ring-wearing intergalactic organization of protectors. Luckily, he is not alone in tackling the arduous task of stopping these villains. John Stewart is assisted by Martian Manhunter (Ike Amadi), Adam Strange (Brian Bloom), Hawkgirl (Jamie Gray Hyder), and Green Arrow (Jimmi Simpson) in his efforts to succeed where those before him failed.

The film exists in the same continuity as "Superman: Man of Tomorrow," "Batman: The Long Halloween," and "Justice Society: World War II." The cast, the premise, and the animation style are solid reasons to check out "Green Lantern: Beware My Power," and soon fans will be able to enjoy the experience in the comfort of their homes.

Green Lantern: Beware My Power will be available to rent or purchase on July 26

"Green Lantern: Beware My Power" is available to pre-order on Apple TV+, Amazon Prime, Microsoft, YouTube, DirecTV, and Google Play, where it will be available for digital rental or purchase beginning Tuesday, July 26 (via Warner Bros.). The 4K UHD and Blu-ray will also be released the same day. Both formats will contain a new featurette titled "John Stewart: The Power and the Glory," which details the infamous comic book character's 50-year run as a cosmic Emerald Knight (via Blu-ray.com). The movie is also available to pre-order on Vudu, where it will be available to watch on Tuesday, August 9, barring any last-minute release changes.

The project was announced at DC FanDome in October 2021, along with other titles coming out, including "Batman and Superman: Battle of the Super Sons" and "Catwoman: The Hunted" (via IGN). "Green Lantern: Beware My Power" is the fourth motion picture focusing on Green Lantern lore. Besides the Ryan Reynolds live-action movie with terrible scores on Rotten Tomatoes, there have also been the animated efforts, the 2011 flick "Green Lantern: Emerald Knights" and "Green Lantern: First Flight" which came out in 2009.

Seeing as "Green Lantern: Beware My Power" is a Warner Bros. title, it is reasonable to guess that the animated feature could make its way to HBO Max, home of all things Warner Bros., before the end of 2022. The exciting motion picture is the first time the character John Stewart has headlined a solo cinematic endeavor. Now, after years of waiting, fans finally get to see a Green Lantern (that isn't Hal Jordan) take the reins in his own feature film.