‘Wonder Woman’ Movie to Work on Six Different Scripts

By Marie delos Santos | 2 years ago
‘Wonder Woman’ Movie to Work on Six Different Scripts

After the recent announcement of the “Wonder Woman” movie, along with its director, producer and star, reports are circulating that Warner Bros. is working on six different scripts for the movie. Read on for more details.

Arash Amel broke out the news on Twitter about Warner Bros.’ decision to have six scripts for the “Wonder Woman” movie. On Dec. 18, 2014, the screenwriter/producer of “Erased” and “Grace of Monaco” tweeted: “Someone just told me six writers have been hired to simultaneously write six versions of Wonder Woman movie. WHAT?”


He also raised his concerns regarding the issue and followed his previous tweet.


Is it a wrong move on Warner Bros.’ side? Well first of all, we don’t know for sure if Amel’s allegations are true. If it were true, well then doesn’t this mean that Warner Bros. is really planning for the “Wonder Woman” movie and only wants what’s best for the film? Let’s admit it, there hasn’t been much female superhero movies nor movies that really empower women aside from Jennifer Lawrence’s role as Katniss Everdeen in “The Hunger Games” series. There are no big budget movies either that have been directed by a female director.


According to Forbes, Warner Bros. is really stepping up its game in promoting equality for females by hiring Michelle LacLaren (“Game of Thrones,” “The Walking Dead”) to direct the film “Wonder Woman.”

Having six different scripts for the film can then either lead to a success or a massive failure. Let’s face it; sometimes having more people in the team can actually be good as long as you all have the same goals in mind. Let’s just hope too that Gal Gadot can bring the role of “Wonder Woman” to the table and pave the way for more female superhero movies in the future.

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