...doesn't raise hopes that they've fixed the problem:
Good gravy, how AWESOME is the first leg of this trailer? Sombre, epic, powerful... a million times better than anyone could've reasonably hoped a "Green Lantern" movie might look. Cosmic, epic in scope, the stuff of fanboy wish-dream made real... until 1:25, when Ryan Reynolds turns up and the whole 'groove' just completely disintegrates.
How did this happen? He's a good actor. It seemed like good casting. But ALL of the scenes here featuring the TITLE CHARACTER just look and sound so awkward. Even setting aside that the outfit still looks ridiculous on him (it looks good on all the others) and that the CGI-skinsuit concept doesn't fit and his mostly live-action head floating around makes the otherwise excellent CG look bad - the performance just doesn't seem to be there.
Granted, it could just be that every trailer has "messed up" his performance in exactly the same way... but it's looking more and more like a miscast (misdirected?) lead actor could end up torpedoing what would otherwise look like a truly remarkable feature.