Warner Bros. is slated to bring DC's Green Lantern to the silver screen in 2011 via Casino Royale director Martin Campbell with Ryan Reynolds recently revealed as the titular hero. You know what that means? Video game adaptation!
According to a report from VentureBeat, Warner Bros. has given the go ahead to release a game based on the property, a bold decision that should surprise no one. That report also pegs developer Irvine, California based Double Helix—nee Shiny and The Collective—as responsible for the adaptation.
A PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 version is said to be in the works, but don't be surprised if there are Wii, DS and PSP variations on the way.
Double Helix is no stranger to turning Hollywood's cinematic creations into video games, having handled games based on The Golden Compass, Buffy The Vampire Slayer and The Matrix. Who's excited?!