Ryan Reynolds Roasts ‘Green Lantern’ In Coronavirus Message

With the coronavirus pandemic on top of minds for just about everyone on the planet, people are taking precautions to slow the spread of the virus and protect those who are most vulnerable. As a result, several celebrities have taken to social media to urge their fans to do their part by following the recommended practices needed to minimize the risk of exposure. Now, Ryan Reynolds has taken to his official Instagram account to share a message on the importance of washing your hands thoroughly during this crisis. Of course, Reynolds turned to Green Lantern’s famous oath to deliver his message by repurposing it as a coronvirus message. You can check out Ryan Reynold’s coronavirus post below. On a more lighthearted note, Reynolds also took the opportunity to wish fans a Happy Saint Patrick’s Day. What do you think of the message? Let us know below and stay tuned to Heroic Hollywood for the latest news on the coronavirus’s impact on the entertainment industry as it develops. Candle Lantern Ryan Reynolds’ Green Lantern was released to poor reviews and bombed at the box office, prompting Warner Bros. to cancel further plans for the character. Now, Green Lantern is set to be rebooted ...

The Japanese Stone Lantern, located among the cherry blossoms at the Tidal Basin, is quite a

The Japanese Stone Lantern, located among the cherry blossoms at the Tidal Basin, is quite a bit older than its adopted city, Washington, D.C. The lantern was first lit in 1651 in Japan to mark the death of Tokugawa Iemitsu, third shogun of the Tokugawa Dynasty. It was he who closed Japan’s borders to foreigners, a policy that was to last for 200 years. Given in 1954 by the governor of Tokyo to symbolize friendship and peace between Japan and the United States, the lantern is the oldest freestanding man-made stone structure in Washington that is not in a museum. Eight and a half feet tall, the lantern is made of solid granite and weighs six tons. It is lit just once a year in a formal ceremony during the National Cherry Blossom Festival, a joint production of the National Conference of States Societies and the National Park Service, National Capital Region. This year’s honored guest at the April 7 lighting ceremony was Japan’s Ambassador to the United States Shinsuke Sugiyama. View Jeff Malet’s photos from the Japanese Stone Lantern Lighting Ceremony on Sunday, April 7, by clicking on the photo icons below. (function( timeout ) { setTimeout( function() { var notice = document.g...