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Wonder Woman Director Still Angry About Negative Reactions To Studio-Forced Ending

It’s safe to say that even with the success of the Wonder Woman franchise the past few years, Warner Bros. can’t seem to fully give up control to the experts that make their movies.
The language she uses in this quote clearly shows how frustrated she still is that Warner Bros. forced her to bring Ares to full strength on screen against Diana, especially since it appears to have been a decision made very late in the production process.

In a new interview with Marc Maron, via Reddit, Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins expanded on her original ending that she planned for the movie after Maron commented on the “pyrotechnics” and “light show” that brought the climactic battle to life

In a new interview with Marc Maron, via Reddit, Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins expanded on her original ending that she planned for the movie after Maron commented on the “pyrotechnics” and “light show” that brought the climactic battle to lifepisses me off now, because sometimes I’ll read reviews and the only thing [that gets unanimously criticized are] those end pyrotechnics.”

Considering that the reviews for this movie noted this scene as one of the only major flaws, Jenkins’ annoyance with the studio seems to have plenty of reasoning behind it with so few adjustments to the rest of the movie’s plot.

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