Originally Posted at Marx in Drag I have been interested in and reading about the creators of the comic book super hero Wonder Woman for a few years now. My interest began in 2014. I was half-heartedly listening to Fresh Air with Terry Gross, and Gross was interviewing historian Jill LePore, the author of The Secret History of […]
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The director reflects on Wonder Woman's creator.
The Bisexual Love Triangle of ‘Professor Marston and the Wonder Women’ May Be Inaccurate, But Does It Matter? This new film offers a realistic depiction of bisexuality and polyamory, but do liberties with the story affect its impact? Hornet Stories - Hornet Stories bring you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
By Rob Hunter Finally, an origin story worth repeating. The article ‘Professor Marston and the Wonder Women’ Review: Superhero Origin In a Sexy Biopic Disguise appeared first on Film School Rejects.
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This Professor Got His PhD By Studying Threesomes, and Here’s What He Learned Forget 'Professor Marston and the Wonder Women' — this modern-day professor got his PhD studying the threesome, and here's what he learned Hornet Stories - Hornet Stories bring you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
Professor Marston and the Wonder Women director Angela Robinson tells CBR the personal inspiration behind one of the film's pivotal scenes. The post True Story Behind Professor Marston & The Wonder Women’s Shocking Shot appeared first on CBR.
Professor Marston and the Wonder Women director Angela Robinson provides a Strangers in Paradise update, and considers a comic book comeback. The post Angela Robinson on Strangers In Paradise Movie, Potential Comics Return appeared first on CBR.
The cast of 'Professor Marston & The Wonder Women' explain why positive representation of polyamorous relationships is so important.
In “Professor Marston and the Wonder Women,” the writer-director Angela Robinson tells a knotty story with wit, sympathy and economy.
The new film Professor Marston and the Wonder Women follows the life of Professor William Moulton Marston, the man who created Wonder Woman. It is a film that focuses on the more personal side of Moulton’s life, a love triangle involving his wife and another woman. While presented in a way that the casual moviegoer may assume […]
It may be light on comic book history, but the hot and heavy exploration of sexual freedom in the early 20th century will lasso you in.
CBR spoke with Angela Robinson about Professor Marston and the Wonder Women's most taboo aspects, and its curious omission. The post Professor Marston and The Wonder Women Director Shares Secrets of Film appeared first on CBR.
By Max Covill It would seem a lot more of the Professor Marston story is fabricated than we knew. The article How Much of ‘Professor Marston and The Wonder Women’ Actually Happened? appeared first on Film School Rejects.
"They shared the same roof, not the same bed," says Christie Marston.
By Christopher Campbell Meanwhile, Wonder Woman disappoints in biopic form with poor 'Professor Marston' opening. The article ‘Happy Death Day’ Repeats ‘Groundhog Day’ Box Office appeared first on Film School Rejects.
Professor Marston and the Wonder Women will make you see Wonder Woman in a different light.
The cast of 'Professor Marston and the Wonder Women' tell MTV News about the music they listened to while filming those intimate love scenes.
That title! You’re thinking: God no, not another hetero-normative straight guy ménage-a-trois fantasy! Reader, I’m here to tell you—it’s actually not! And I would even go so far as to say this could actually be the best lesbian movie of the year. Fans of the film’s writer-director Angela Robinson (below, second from right) won’t be... Read more »