Praise Gaea! “Wonder Woman” has landed a new director. Days after Michelle MacLaren departed as director of the DC Entertainment […]
In the aftermath of this week's news that director Michelle MacLaren had departed production of the Warner Bros. superhero film Wonder Woman (read Scott Mendelson's full report of those events here), fans and pundits were left wondering who would pick up the film's reins and how long it would take [...]
It only took a couple days of sad-Michelle MacLaren-news fall-out for Wonder Woman to land a replacement helmer. THR reports that Patty Jenkins, who almost directed Thor 2 and is known for 2003's Monster, will now be the first woman to lead a major DC project. Warner Bros. will probably... More »
Less than two days after director Michelle MacLaren left Wonder Woman, Warner Bros' has lassoed up a new director to take the helm According to The Hollywood Reporter, Patty Jenkins, who famously was set to become the first female director...Show More Summary
Warner Bros. replaces Michelle MacLaren in just two days.
A little over an hour ago, it was reported that Warner Bros. was seriously considering Angelina Jolie to replace Michelle MacLaren on Wonder Woman. Although she may have been considered, it looks like the studio is going in another direction...Show More Summary
Not two days after Michelle MacLaren left Warner Bros' upcoming Wonder Woman film, the project now has its new director! Monster's Patty Jenkins is taking the reins!
That was fast! Patty Jenkins steps in on the superhero movie.
Patty Jenkins, who at one point was set to direct 'Thor 2', takes over for Michelle MacLaren on Warner Bros.' 'Wonder Woman'. [...]
It's literally like they did a mathematical formula here. Hmmm, Marvel originally hired her to direct their second movie about a superhero based on a pagan god? AND she's a woman? Bam. Patty Jen...
BREAKING A few minutes ago I publish the Angelina Jolie Wonder Woman rumor then Borys Kit from The Hollywood Reporter straight up kills that rumor by officially breaking that Patty Jenkins has landed the directing gig on Wonder Woman!...Show More Summary
Earlier this week, we learned that director Michelle MacLaren was parting ways with Warner Bros., and wouldn't be directing the first big screen adaptation of the DC Comics superheroine Wonder Woman. But the studio seems to have recovered quickly as THR reports Patty Jenkins will sit in the director's chair instead. Show More Summary
Patty Jenkins has closed a deal to direct WB's tentpole. Read the full article on AICN Or, “So much for Mrs. Pitt!” Not 15 minutes after I published the rumor that WB was lookin’ at Angelina Jolie to take Michelle MacLaren’s spot on...Show More Summary
Jenkis replaces Michelle Maclaren, who exited the project earlier this week due to "creative differences" The post Monster’s Patty Jenkins Set as Wonder Woman Director appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
It has just been announced that Patty Jenkins has signed on as the new director for the upcoming Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment film Wonder Woman, according to THR! The 43-year-old director is replacing Michelle MacLaren, who left the project over creative differences earlier this week. The studio was quick on its feet to find [...]
That was quick. The invisible plane already has a new pilot, as sources have confirmed to Deadline that Patty Jenkins has been tapped to direct Warner Bros’ high-profile Wonder Woman pic. The news comes a day after helmer Michelle MacLaren...Show More Summary
Just days after Wonder Woman lost director Michelle MacLaren, it’s found a new one. Patty Jenkins will now direct the Warner Bros. pic, which stars Gal Gadot as the DC Comics superhero. More details on the Wonder Woman Patty Jenkins news after the jump. THR reports Jenkins has closed her deal to direct Wonder Woman. Show More Summary
Patty Jenkins, once on board to direct Marvel Studios' "Thor" sequel, has joined "Wonder Woman" following the departure of Michelle MacLaren.
“New York is our favorite place to visit, and since same-sex marriage isn’t legal back home in Australia, it was the only place we could have imagined getting married,” says Amanda Jenkins, a 30-year-old physical therapist who wed Sheri Bourke, a 38-year-old pediatric nurse, in October. “The time difference made... More »
LONDON (Reuters) - Barclays Plc shareholders should reject the British bank's remuneration policy, as pay for Chief Executive Antony Jenkins is "excessive", a shareholder advisory group said on Wednesday. Pirc, an independent group that...Show More Summary