As DC fans hope “Wonder Woman” movie to be their next savior, it looks Warner Bros. might lead the female stand alone movie on the same road of failure. Recently, an insider from Warner Bros. revealed the downfall details on Patty Jenkin’s upcoming DC film.
Earlier at San Diego Comic-con, Warner Bros. reveals its first teaser trailer for Wonder Woman movie on the day of its panel. The footage was initially the most discussed content from the exhibition. However, it seems like DCEU might have hyped the movie to meet fans and the critic’s expectation till its release.
Recently, an ex-employee decided to write an open letter toWarner Bros. the detailed post blamed CEO Kevin Tsujihara for DCEU’s downfall. But that wasn’t all.
Before concluding the message the open letter contained the following, “Maybe Wonder Woman wouldn’t be such a mess. Don’t try to hide behind the great trailer. People inside are already confirming it’s another mess.”
The recent released Suicide Squad movie also disappointed fans by its trailer. While the promo footages revealed The Joker as a primary character to the story, the character’s appearance was the shortest in the film.
The Open letter has gone viral on every social media platform. However, DC fans haven’t joined their hands together on the ex-employee’s opinion.
Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment haven’t commented on the open letter yet. Furthermore, it’s safe to say the employee’s opinion hasn’t affected people perspective as well.
Wonder Woman played by Gal Gadot first appeared in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. The stand alone movie directed by Patty Jenkins will be releasing on June 2nd, 2017.
Currently, Gal Gadot is busy with her role as Wonder Woman for the upcoming Justice League movie. Recently, the actress also shared a picture from her training on twitter. Click here to check it out.
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