CBR TV: Marc Guggenheim, Part 3

Wed, April 29th, 2009 at 2:58pm PDT | Updated: November 19th, 2010 at 2:13pm

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The writer of Marvel Comics’ “Amazing Spider-Man’ and Oni Press’ “Resurrection,” Marc Guggenheim talks to CBR TV about superhero films and his own work on the live-action adaptation of DC’s Green Lantern!

In this exclusive on-camera interview, Guggenheim discusses the secretive nature of developing superhero movies, saying that had the internet existed in the 1980s, Michael Keaton may never have been cast as Batman. The writer also shares his take on the oft-repeated maxim that DC superheroes are harder to relate to than their Marvel counterparts, and shares what in his view is the essence of Hal Jordan.

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