Joss Whedon Has No Desire To Bring His Wonder Woman Script To The Big Screen, But That Doesn’t Mean Someone Else Can’t
While chatting at his panel during Comic Con, director Joss Whedon talked a little bit about his script for Wonder Woman. DC decided to pass on the project, and he went on to make a little film you may have heard of called, The Avengers. Whendon said during his panel that while DC still does own the rights for the script, he has no intention of ever working on it again.
What about someone else though? That was the question posed to him while chatting with Chris Hardwick and his Nerdist blog. Hardwick touched on Whedon saying that he didn’t want to work on the Wonder Woman script again while also asking if he thought someone like Drew Goddard, who worked with Whedon on Cabin In The Woods, could take it over. “Yeah, I’d be OK with it, but just don’t see any interest from them to do so,” Whedon admitted.
A couple weeks ago it was revealed that Wonder Woman was on DC/WB’s top three priority list. Some fans were expecting an announcement of a Wonder Woman film at Comic Con, but instead got Batman/Superman. Some thought this was a missed opportunity for the studio as Marvel has failed to cash in on bringing a woman to their own solo movie in their extensive movie universe. While we don’t know what exactly the plans for Wonder Woman is at the moment, make sure to check back here at Comic Book Therapy for the latest.
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Source : Nerdist