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 Wonder Woman [Film 2017]
Ted, Tedd, and Teddy
 Posted: Apr 13 2015, 04:08 PM
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Discussion thread for the upcoming Wonder Woman movie.
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Most of the film will be set in Modern Day America focusing Diana (Gal Gadot) and Steve Trevor’s (Chris Pine) hunt for Circe. The other main timeline is set around World War 1 (1914-1918). The actors playing the two main antagonists are rumored to be Eva Green and Sean Bean (neither has been confirmed).

Gal Gadot is playing Wonder Woman, Chris Pine is playing Steve Trevor, Patty Jenkins is directing, and Jason Fuchs on scripting duties. It’s set to start shooting in the UK in November 2015.

Wonder Woman is set to hit the big screen June 23, 2017.

Rumored plot:

“The very basics of the plot follow Diana/Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor in modern day trying to stop Circe, who is manipulating high-level government men into starting World War III with the help of Ares. At some point she will explain to Trevor about her first battle with Ares during World War I, where she defeated him. Whether or not this is told in flashback or shown early on in the film is unclear, although it’s said that the majority of the film will be set in modern day, so don’t expect an even split between those timelines.”

http://www.joblo.com/movie-news/exclusive-...acters-more-148

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 Posted: Apr 13 2015, 04:58 PM
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Perfect way to begin a thread about a Wonder Woman movie.
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Gene
 Posted: Apr 13 2015, 08:00 PM
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LOL.
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Ted, Tedd, and Teddy
 Posted: Apr 13 2015, 08:05 PM
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"This afternoon it became official - Michelle MacLaren is off Wonder Woman. I had heard there was some tension behind the scenes, but I had hoped it was the good sort, the kind that leads to everybody making each other perform at their highest level. I guess not.

The official reason for her leaving is 'creative differences,' and that seems legit according to the scuttlebutt that has reached me. MacLaren and Warner Bros couldn't agree on anything - including what time period to set the movie. More than that, MacLaren had some very particular visions for the film, visions that maybe would have alienated fandom. Although perhaps Diana having a tiger sidekick/pet she could talk with would have appealed to people more than I expect.

As of now it seems like Wonder Woman is still on for a 2017 release - which means they need to get a director in there soon. I don't even know if any of the stuff they developed with MacLaren, storywise, will last. It's quite possible that whoever comes on next will start from scratch - or will basically take orders from Zack Snyder, who could be shaping up to be the driving creative force behind the DC Movieverse.

It's funny - a few weeks ago I wrote about how Wonder Woman not being officially greenlit was not a big deal. I had heard some stuff at that point about friction, but I really hoped it would all work out. MacLaren seems awesome, and I think the creative differences were just differences, not a crazy director OR an evil studio. But now we have to see who gets the gig - it simply has to be a woman. And Hollywood is not used to calling up women."

http://badassdigest.com/2015/04/13/michell...s-wonder-woman/

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 Posted: Apr 13 2015, 08:15 PM
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 Posted: Apr 13 2015, 10:20 PM
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*throws up hands in exasperation*
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Ted, Tedd, and Teddy
 Posted: Apr 15 2015, 03:35 PM
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Just two days following the news that director Michelle MacLaren had left Warner Bros.' in-development "Wonder Woman" film, a new director has joined the project: Patty Jenkins, as first reported by The Hollywood Reporter.

Jenkins directed 2003's "Monster," and at one point was on board to helm Marvel Studios' "Thor" sequel, before leaving the production. THR states the move is official, saying Jenkins has "closed a deal" for the film.

Starring Gal Gadot in the title role, "Wonder Woman" -- the first feature film to star the iconic DC Comics superhero -- is currently slated for release on June 23, 2017.

http://www.comicbookresources.com/article/...-woman-director


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Gene
 Posted: Apr 15 2015, 03:37 PM
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Ted, Tedd, and Teddy
 Posted: Apr 15 2015, 03:42 PM
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My exact reaction on facebook.

I was just talking about how Marvel went through the same thing as DC when they and Patti Jenkins couldn't agree on Thor 2. And how that doesn't mean a movie won't get made if the director leaves.

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Ted, Tedd, and Teddy
 Posted: Nov 30 2015, 01:25 PM
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