If you haven’t seen them yet, click over here to see the four, brand new Green Lantern character posters released this morning. Each of the posters contains part of a sentence which when pieced together is the first half of Green Lantern’s oath. In the comics his oath is something he has to recite when he charges his ring of power, and it goes like this:
In brightest day, in blackest night
No evil shall escape my sight
Let those who worship evil's might
Beware my power, Green Lantern's light!

Even though I’m not really fan of the comics, I love that Warner Bros. is making it part of the marketing campaign. Said right, those words could have a kind of power all their, and presumably Ryan Reynolds will say them in the movie at some point. If you’re wondering how he’ll say them though, then we’ve got the answer.

In the video embedded below you’ll see the infinitely charming Reynolds give a little kid the memory of a lifetime during the Green Lantern panel at Comic Con last week. He recites Green Lantern’s oath for him, and while some stars might be annoyed by being asked to perform on command for a fan, Reynolds takes it seriously and without a script in front of him delivers those words with all the power and seriousness he can muster. It’s a beautiful little moment, happening between a star and one little fan. Watch:

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