Here’s a bit of fun for your holiday… Green Lantern finally gets his film, and there are drinks all around. Sounds like a really good time, until Hawkman shows up. AWKWARD!

Warning: Some Not Safe For Work (NSFW) language in the video for those of you that are sensitive about that stuff.

So, is Hawkman worthy of a full length feature film?


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  1. SpiderLover on

    Green lantern has one and I don’t quite get the limit to his powers… Does he have a limit?

    Anyway Hawkman in continuity is confusing, once they can straighten that out then sure. He can have a movie.

  2. Honestly, I’d probably be interested in a Hawkman movie if they left out all the sci-fi elements of his continuity and just made it a mystical story about Carter Hall.

  3. His “headgear” and wings have always been messed up when they put him in pictures or on film.
    (Smallville didn’t suck.) As awesome as “Angel” looked in X3… I’m sure the wing problem has been fixed. The Indiana Jones and Mummy movies did well… so, if they could keep Carter Hall on that same level… and design a believable helmet/headgear. It looks like they have altered Captain America’s headgear without too many complaints for the movie.
    Hawkman needs a movie done by people who REALLY care!
    I wonder if Roger Corman is interested. (Sick joke.)
    Isn’t he doing the “Aquaman VS Plasticman” already?

  4. If they can make me care at all about a buncha damn owls in Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’hoole, I think they could possibly make a movie about Hawkman that doesn’t suck horribly. Especially if you get to see a whole garrison/plattoon/unit of Thanagarian police officers flying off and doing mid-air battle. Or they could make a totally low-key movie featuring Hawkman and Adam Strange and film it just like Enemy Mine, where they’re enemies in a war against one another but they crash land on a planet and have to rely on one another to survive.

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