Category Archives: Wonder Woman

The Death Of Superman

Director: Sam Liu Starring: Jerry O’Connell, Rebecca Romijn & Rainn Wilson Rating: 12 Duration: 72 minutes Release date: 6 August (UK) We’ve been here before, twice in fact and this is now the third time DC have told the story of how Superman dies. 2007’s Superman Doomsday and 2016’s Batman v Superman both told the … Continue reading The Death Of Superman

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Justice League

Director: Zack Snyder Starring: Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot & Jason Momoa Synopsis: Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman’s selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists the help of his newfound ally, Diana Prince, to face an even greater enemy. Rating: 12A Duration: 120 minutes Release date: 17 November (UK) While not as […]

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Patty Jenkins to Write, Direct and Produce WONDER WOMAN Sequel

….and we couldn’t be happier! Variety is reporting that the director is returning for the sequel to the highest-grossing female-directed movie of all time, WONDER WOMAN, which is slated for release on Dec. 13, 2019. Jenkins was already working with Geoff Johns to put together a script and she’s been very open about her desire […]

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Wonder Woman (2017) dir. Patty Jenkins

  Two years ago, the Wonder Woman film had been announced, a leading lady cast, and I wrote one of those self-important, attention-seeking open letter to DC. I implored them not to use the New 52 storyline (turns out I’m still not a fan), to consider the character, and make a film worthy of the … Continue reading Wonder Woman (2017) dir. Patty Jenkins

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WONDER WOMAN Review: The Superhero Movie of a Generation (spoiler free)

    Wonder Woman has been perceived as a difficult character to sell to the mainstream since…well always. Her first movie arrives in her eighth decade of life and, depending on who you ask, the obstacles between her and a solo screen outing have taken the form of sexism or perceived silliness. Sexism in that […]

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