Patty Jenkins reacted to headlines about her war with Warner Bros. over "Wonder Woman". So that was definitely happening, even when I first joined "Wonder Woman" it was like, 'uhh, yeah, ok, but let's do it this other way.' . "They wanted me to walk around on set as a woman, but it was their story and their vision", Jenkins said. "I was like, 'Women don't want to see that". Her being harsh and tough and cutting people's heads off, that's not what- I'm a Wonder Woman fan, that's not what we're looking for.
"For whatever reason, Wonder Woman 1984 plays like crap on my Roku TV's HBO Max app, unwatchable choppy frame rate. Still, I could feel that shaky nervousness [on their part] of my point of view", she said.
Directed by Patty Jenkins from a script she co-wrote with David Callaham and a treatment she developed with Geoff Johns, the film stars Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig, Pedro Pascal, Natasha Rothwell, Ravi Patel, Gabriella Wilde, Connie Nielson, and Robin Wright. She added that a point of time, 30 scripts of the film were being considered. I told them what kind of film I wanted to make.
Fortunes of its sequel Wonder Woman 1984 have been starkly affected by the coronavirus pandemic, however, with the movie receiving a limited theatrical release, before being streamed on HBO Max.
Sutton also revealed that long-time Wonder Woman foe Circe, whose origins date back to the Greek Mythology recorded in Homer's The Odyssey, wherein the sorceress lures Odysseus and his crew onto her island before turning some of them into swine.
He also added in another tweet, 'If any one thinks Patty was deliberately trying to turn Diana in to a "rapist" instead of acknowledging problematic nature of an odd trope used in Quantum Leap, Big, Heaven can Wait, All of Me etc, you're trying to find reasons to resent for its own sakes'.
In addition to the glitches, "Wonder Woman 1984" has generally not been as well-received as its 2017 predecessor. Having already directed the first two Wonder Woman movies, this will be the third time that Jenkins will take the helm as director for the DC Extended Universe.
Recall it was Zack Snyder who cast Gal Gadot to play Wonder Woman in Batman Vs. Superman and who helped come up with the story for the first Wonder Woman movie that was so popular.