Word on the street is that Wonder Woman director Michelle MacLaren has left the production of the upcoming movie from Warner Bros.

According to Variety, MacLaren left due to creative differences.

“Given creative differences, Warner Bros. and Michelle MacLaren have decided not to move forward with plans to develop and direct ‘Wonder Woman’ together,” the studio said in a statement.

Beyond that statement, the reason for the exit is really vague as “creative difference” could be literal creative difference between director and studio, or it could be code for something esle…

Warner Bros. will need to scramble and move quickly in order to get this production (which may actually be three movies) back on track in time for the movies release schedule of June 23, 2017.

via Variety


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  1. Theres your first sign of trouble, no wonder (gah) they’ve been so quiet about it. One whole pic in about a year.

  2. I hope this isn’t the sort of “creative differences” where the director is trying to keep the integrity of the character intact but WB wants them to throw in giant robot spiders for no particular reason.

  3. Doctor Dinosaur on

    Oh come on!

    Well at least it looks like there’s a standard someone is trying to live up to. But how much of a difference could there have been that they couldn’t compromise? MacLaren might have been the best thing about Breaking Bad. This is Ant Man all over again.

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