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Green Lantern, X-Men First Class, Captain America, and Thor would be the options, unless I'm missing something big.
Personally, I'd have to say Green Lantern. The trailer caught my interest the most, and while I don't know a lot about his backstory besides the basics, it seems faithful enough. Not to mention my faith in Ryan Reynolds' acting ability was restored after I watched Buried. I'm also looking forward to the other films, except for X-Men First Class. That has looked like a complete trainwreck from the beginning. What do you guys think?
I'm a little mixed on all of the major superhero movies of 2011.
Green Lantern looks great. But I don't know why, Warner Brothers appears to have become shy after the first trailer hit. I'm sure the special effects look great(from what little I saw in the teaser) and the acting is good enough. However when compared to the first Thor trailer(Why I say the first? I'll get to that in a moment), the first thing I thought after seeing that and looking at the GL trailer and thinking "Wow, is this the best they can do?".
So my stance has gone from casually optmistic to just casual.
Thor on the other hand, I was impressed by the first teaser trailer, the second trailer, however, my expectations hit rock bottom. The moment Chris Hemsworth opens his mouth, he feels completely out-of-place and out-of-tone compared to the rest of the cast. And the first 60 seconds of the second trailer were so cringeworthy and the CG that was shown in the last 20 seconds was so cartoony.
I'm looking forward to Captain America the most but I think X-Men: First Class will probably be the best and Green Lantern will be the worst.
It's pretty hard for Green Lantern to stand up.
It's another gamble from Warner Brothers(like Batman Begins was) that I wish that it will pay off. But it has everything going against it. It's a largely unknown property at least outside of the US, frankly the only people who know that GL exists is because of the Justice League cartoons that air in Europe. And in those cartoons, John Stewart was the de facto GL, even though I suspect that the public at large is unaware that Green Lantern is a series of guardians and each human is, in fact, a different person, not a different take on the same character.
It is amazing how Marvel can fast track so many of it' properties with so much ease...Yet DC continues to remain stagnant.
On the subject of Captain America. There really isn't much I can say.
Usually it's not a good sign when you just have a Superbowl Spot and not an actual movie trailer. That's the first thing that made me raise an eyebrow with GI Joe: Rise of Cobra... and I was right.