Wonder Woman is the next film expected in the DCEU cinematic storylines. And while the first three DC movies were not met with positive reactions, it doesn't mean that Wonder Woman will not deliver better results in the movies.
Director Patty Jenkins has recently taken to Twitter to show debunk some new supposedly malicious rumors being made about her upcoming movie.
It appears that a former Warner Bros. employee has been making allegations through an open letter that Wonder Woman is one of the films that "tarnish" the DC comics. In the report from Comicbook, the open letter mentions that Wonder Woman is supposedly another mess hiding behind a great trailer.
And while I'm one of the fans who are still licking their wounds from a great Suicide Squad trailer that failed to deliver, it does feel wrong to assume that succeeding DC films are going to make the same mistake.
Over Twitter, Jenkins challenged the open letter, specifically the need to produce an actual source. It should be noted that, until now, no face or name tagged to open letter has surfaced.
"Zero about the movie we are making has been called a mess by anyone in the know. Fact."
The other tweets above seem to show that Jenkins is confident of Wonder Woman. Whether or not the open letter has any shade of truth, only time—or perhaps the lasso of truth will tell. But considering how Ezra Miller, who plays The Flash in Justice League, previously shared that the cast is motivated by the negative reception of Suicide Squad, perhaps the DC vision will be taking shape starting with Wonder Woman.
Wonder Woman will be out in theaters on June 2, 2017. It stars Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, and Connie Nielsen.