Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins, in an exclusive interview with the Toronto Sun, talks on the details of how she got the job to direct the film, her hopes that the film satisfies on every level, on why she choose to set the film during the first world, why Gal Gadot was perfect for the role, details on the main villain, Ares and much more.
“I hope it’s a film that satisfies on every level,” says Jenkins, who directed Charlize Theron in 2003’s Oscar-winning Monster. “That’s what I’m aiming for. I want something that’s a great journey, that makes you fall in love with Wonder Woman, that has a good love story and is thrilling and exciting. That’s what I’m hoping for.”
“You have to think you’re the right person to make these superhero films because they’re important to people,” says Jenkins. “People love these characters. I take that as seriously as everyone else because I’m probably the perfect market for this film.”
To read the full interview head over to TorontoSun.com.
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