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Discussion in 'Wonder Woman' started by Thread Manager, Mar 11, 2017.
^^^^Tickets aren't even on sale yet either
Anyone talking about tracking data is doing it for hits since nothing to track yet
Cycle is complete. Justice League, Spider-Man and Thor had their trailers and they're out of the way. Now WB can release the last Wonder Woman trailer with GOTG2. We gotta see Ares. Feel like the movie marketing campaign needs it. I hope they have a non-spoilery shot of him, from the beginning of the movie or something.
I'm open to seeing a glimpse of David Thewlis in a trailer. But I don't want to see a full costumed reveal.
Also, the movie doesn't need to sell Ares or its Greek mythology roots to get people in theater seats, it needs to focus on selling Wonder Woman as her own mythology.
Have you seen what he looks like ? another one of Zack's and Patritck Tatopoulos creations, it's probably best if they keep him under wraps imo
Patrick Tatopoulos is not involved with Wonder Woman. Snyder's involvement is mainly on the story contribution and as one of the producers. They don't have any involvement in (creature) design other than maybe just general inputs relating to DCEU from Snyder.
You do know that Patrick is a set designer and doesn't decide on what the characters look like? That's the director's choice, jeez blame Snyder for everything
I don't buy that Snyder only wrote the log line for Wonder Woman, I mean his fingerprints are all over it and he's on record, I believe on USA today, saying he's had a lot of fun designing stuff for Wonder Woman and he's super involved in character/production design, he's the architect of the dceu
He's a production/character designer
Having said that, it's all conjecture on my part
Seems like everything people see wrong in the DCEU is laid at Snyder's feet. Like he was alone in a room by himself designing the entire universe. That is so believeable to me, that a large cooperation would allow one man that much power.
He was only the set designer for BvS and JL. There's even different categories where he actually designed creatures like BatB's Beast. BvS isn't listed
Snyder does not have his hands all over this movie. He gets story credit because BvS has Wonder Woman in it first.
This is Patty Jenkins' movie. I know Snyder derangement syndrome is overwhelming but come now.
Apparently, the current (revised) writing credits are:
Allan Heinberg - screenplay
Allan Heinberg & Zack Snyder and Jason Fuchs - story
(No writing credits for Geoff Johns or Jenkins. )
If Snyder retains this credit, its because a) he actually wrote stuff specifically for the movie and b) his contribution was significant.
If we get a sequel, it better be set in modern day.
Is your source IMDB? This is the official press release from WB.
No; I was going by this:
I assumed it was a revision and up-to-date. If not, I stand corrected.
Jason Fuchs is still on there too. He has story credit because he was involved in creating WW's story in BvS.
He's listed as the production designer aka art director on JL and BvS which includes, but is not limited to, set design
My understanding is that Fuchs was one of 5 or 6 writers that WB hired to submit (separate) WW screenplays. Fuchs screenplay was chosen. But over the course of subsequent rewrites, he lost official credit. But it now seems (perhaps through guild arbitration) that he gets that back (albeit, only as co-story by). As far as I know, Fuchs had nothing to do with BvS.
My last sentence was about Zack, not Jason. I know all about what happened with Jason. I've followed this movie since it started.
That would be boring since everything else is in Modern Day. A sequel would go better going more back & perhaps when shes specifically fighting nothing but the gods etc. They have an opportunity to do something different with Wonder Woman
They can even do a sequel where The Flash & a couple of the other members go back in time so that future Diana can change something without being involved herself keeping Wonder Woman solos separate would be a good thing
Patty already hinted at a modern setting for a potential sequel.
I would prefer a modern time sequel as well.