‘Wonder Woman 1984’: director reveals the feature’s ONLY deleted scene



In an interview with Collider, director Patty Jenkins revealed that there was no possibility of releasing an expanded version of “Wonder Woman 1984,” as she claims to have cut only one scene in the production.

“The only difference I felt from the final cut was that I wanted a little more time between scenes. If I had pulled out my long haircut the movie would be 15 or 10 minutes longer and everyone would be like, ‘I can’t see the difference’ because that would just result in a slower pace and it wasn’t worth it. not really worth it. I didn’t shoot a lot of scenes in this movie, I just cut out parts of the scenes. The only scene we actually cut was Steve and Diana taking a cab in front of the National Museum of Natural History. I think that’s the only scene we cut from the movie.

Against criticism of the film’s pace, the director said, “I grew up watching movies with slower paces and I think it’s great. And, when I show these movies to my son, he doesn’t think they’re too slow. When you watch “Superman” or “Raiders of the Lost Ark”, there is nothing slow about them. But I’m also a director, so who knows? I may be leaning too long on certain scenes to support the film. Typically, administrators do this when left alone. “

Meanwhile, “ Wonder Woman 1984 ” surprised the global box office, even though it was released simultaneously in the US for streaming.

So far, the film has grossed $ 100 million worldwide, having aired in China and other overseas territories last weekend.

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Warner has confirmed that the third film in the franchise is in development.

“As fans around the world continue to embark on Diana Prince’s adventure, with the powerful opening of ‘Wonder Woman 1984’, we are thrilled to be able to continue her story with our true Wonder Women – Gal and Patty – who will return to complete the long-planned film trilogy, ”Toby Emmerich, chief of Warner Bros., said in a statement.

Gal Gadot returns as Diana Prince / Wonder Woman and Patty Jenkins returns to write and direct the film.

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Criticism | ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ is even more fantastic than the first movie

As an archaeologist, Diana, who works at the Smithsonian Museum, is a Wonder Woman with extraordinary superpowers and perhaps the strongest heroine in the world. In 1984, Wonder Woman faces frightening mortal danger in the face of a huge conspiracy from businessman Max, who sings loudly to satisfy people’s desires, and a mysterious foe, the Leopard Woman. Can Wonder Woman stop the world from collapsing on her own?

The cast also includes Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig and Pedro Pascal.

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