Christie Marston Criticizes Professor Marston and the Wonder Women


Professor Marston and the Wonder Women which was released on October 13th, 2017, got an 87% on Rotten Tomatoes and word of mouth has continued to be great, with Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Justice League director Zack Snyder praising the film as well.

However one person who is not a fan of the film is Christie Marston, the granddaughter of William Moulton Marston, who says that the film is not a true story and more of an imagination on how the character was created.

Often times a biopic or other types of based on a true story films will take liberties with the content, usually to add more dramatic affects to the story, so this isn’t surprising. But she does go on to say that the real story is even better.

She also shared a series of tweets about what she thought of the film and how the family was not consulted due to the writer wanting to keep their own interpretations solid for the film.

She also goes on to criticize the marketing team as they used some of the marketing design that Warner Bros. used to sell Wonder Woman:

Christie Marston, shared an article which showcased a Q&A done at New York Comic Con with Angela Robinson, stating that her source had studied them and the film was more of her interpretation, admitting that it’s not necessarily a true story.

Christie Marston also points out that Elizabeth was in no way a skeptic but more connected to the creation of Wonder Woman

Finally Christie Marston does share that the film never consulted her or anyone in the family for accuracy:

Lynda Carter, who played Wonder Woman in the 1970’s series and helped to market the film starring Gal Gadot, also shared her opinion and her hopes that the audiences would take Christie Marston’s opinion seriously.

It looks like the audience can look forward to a great but fictional film about the creators of Wonder Woman. Christie Marston spoke a lot on her twitter, what is shown here are the highlights, so check out her Twitter account for more.

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