The upcoming DC Film, ‘Wonder Woman’ is already under attack. The female stand alone movie managed to sweep the audience of their feet at San Diego Comic-con with its teaser trailer. But recently, it was alleged that it’s just “another mess.”
The controversial claim was made in an open letter to Warner Bros. while the studio came close to being tarnished by the message, a Forbes contributor gave the perfect reply to the DC hater.
Mark Hughes was recently approached by a fan in twitter in regards to the open letter’s negative claim over Wonder Woman. The film critic’s tweet calmed down the situation and has united the fans together.
Mark Hughes humorously replied that he has “doubts” on believing a claim made “an angry ex-employee who hated DC films so far & wants CEO fired.” Fans can check out the tweet below.
Mark Hughes was also one of the few film critics who appreciated David Ayer’s “Suicide Squad” movie. While Wonder Woman move is scheduled to release next year, it looks like the movie could yet again fail to appeal to the critics.
It was earlier confirmed that the style of cinematography in Wonder Woman movie would also contain Zack Snyder’s “Dark Epic.” Since DCEU’s Man of Steel, Film critics have pointed it out as a downfall for DCEU along with its lack of humor in its movies.
Directed by Patty Jenkins, Wonder Woman movie will be theatres near us on June 2nd, 2017. Gal Gadot will be playing as Wonder Woman a.k.a Diana Prince along with Chris Pine as Steve Trevor, Connie Nielsen as Queen Hippolyta and Robin Wright as General Antiope. Fans can also expect Gal Gadot’s appearance again in DCEU’s Justice League as well.
@jermainedesign An angry ex-employee who hated DC films so far & wants CEO fired is publicly claiming the next film sucks? I have my doubts.
— Mark Hughes (@markhughesfilms) August 12, 2016
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