Yes, I used that last year too. But Kermit. Classic.
Kermit's not the only one who found it to be a problematic color.
No, it's not usually easy being green but today, they celebrate you if you're wearing it... even if you aren't Irish.
Some movie peeps seem to enjoy being that color nonetheless.
(It helps if you're from outer space)
The word is still out on whether he'll enjoy it. Or whether we'll enjoy him in it.
Green Lantern is one of my favorite comic books but I have to say I'm totally worried about the movie. I never thought the comic was all that transferrable (power lanterns and rings and vast imagination powers and chanting?) Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively are both lookers but they're also the type of generically handsome / beautiful that can get capital B boring if the characters or the performances aren't interesting. I like my comic-to-screen characters to have 3D personalities... or at least 2D stylistically heightened to feel like 200D (wait, what?) like Downey Jr's Iron Man, Pfeiffer's Catwoman, Ledger's Joker, etcetera.
But I got off topic...
Happy St. Patrick's Day
Have a happy one. And kiss Michael Fassbender if you see him!