Interesting article in The Sydney Morning Herald in which Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins discusses differences in the kinds of action men and women viewers like to see. According to the article:
She wasn’t making either movie as a feminist statement, she says. She was making a superhero movie, the kind she’s always loved, with a big nod to the ’80s directing styles of Robert Zemeckis or Steven Spielberg: a clean classic character arc, big baddies, big action, a great big golden suit.”
And this is why the Wonder Woman franchise is good cinema, unlike some I won’t mention…
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