With the DCEU in desperate need of a critical hit, Wonder Woman continues to hang out there, encapsulating our greatest hopes and desires for it to, well, not suck. If nothing else, the latest poster certainly inspires confidence.
Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins talks at length on her long, personal journey of bringing the iconic character to the big screen and drawing from the adventure, romance and heroics of Indiana Jones, Superman and Casablanca.
Who is the villain? What are Wonder Woman's powers? When is the movie set, and what is Diana's mission? We reveal a detailed sneak peek and extensive plot points from a visit to the Wonder Woman production facilities in London with director Patty Jenkins.
This year’s Batman v Superman and Suicide Squad were slammed by critics and fans alike for either being too depressingly dark or not a whole lotta fun (or both), and it started to make fans really nervous about director Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman movie. Thankfully, looks like Richard Donner's Superman has come to the rescue.
Pretty much every installment in DC’s burgeoning shared universe has failed to find critical acclaim, and a recent rumbling indicates Wonder Woman will follow that trend. But director patty Jenkins is (literally) whipping out the Lasso of Truth for the haters.