Patty Jenkins Forced By Warner Bros. to change the ending of Wonder Woman? The director confides!
Patty Jenkins, director of the Wonder Woman franchise, has made some revelations about the film’s original ending, which she was forced to change by Warner Bros. During an interview with IGN, a reporter asked him why he made the choice to conclude the early adventures of Diana Prince (Gal Gadot) with an XXL battle in CGI rather than something personal. “The original ending of the first film was also more intimate, but the studio made me change at the last minute. And so, it’s always been a bit of a shame that people talk about it, because I was okay with it, and I told the studio that we don’t have time to do it. But, that was what it was, and I ended up loving it, but that wasn’t the original ending of the movie.“explains Patty Jenkins, who will soon be at the helm of Star Wars Rogue Squadron.
Indeed, to conclude a film certainly impressive but still rather intimate, the spectators would have liked a less bombastic finale. As Patty jenkins herself, as she has just revealed! Fortunately, after being prevented from doing so the first time, she was able to finish Wonder Woman 1984 on a more personal note. “This time around, I liked that there were both at the end. We had visual effects [combat], a great battle that I just dug and the execution of which was so much fun, I was very satisfied with it. But in the end, the end of the movie is a lot cleaner, and really, really fun. No spoilers, there are all kinds of things going on, but it was really fun shaping it differently“she confides. Already at the heart of a controversy over Joss Whedon and his Justice League, the Warner Bros. is definitely not a model to follow with its artists!
Credits: Source: IGN