Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins reveals Warner Bros. made her change movie ending

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Patty Jenkins, the director of the two Wonder woman and Wonder Woman 1984, revealed that Warner Bros. had made him change the ending of the original film. “as opposed to the original’s“ epic battle with lots of visual effects ”was a conscious choice.“The original ending of the first movie was smaller too, but the studio made me change that at the last minute,” Jenkins explained. “And so, it’s always been a little bit disappointing that it’s the only thing people talk about because I agreed, and I told the studio that we didn’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.

“This time, do you know what I liked about it?” I love that he has both at the end. We had visual effects… a great battle, which I just dug into and had such a blast to perform, that I felt so satisfied with. But ultimately, the end of the film is much more refined. It was really a lot of fun. No spoilers, there’s all kinds of stuff going on, but yeah, it was really fun shaping it differently.

Wonder Woman 1984 will be released December 25 in theaters and on HBO Max and is the first of the Warner Bros. movies. for next year which will be released day and day in theaters and on the streaming service.In our Wonder Woman 1984 review, we said “this is a film with a heart full of hope and love; a nostalgic throwback to a beloved era that offers an escape from an exceptionally difficult year.”

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