Patty Jenkins

Opinion: Yes, Wonder Woman is a creation of “male Hollywood”, but her film is anything but “the same old thing”

September 6, 2017

It was only recently that I was walking into my local cinema, almost shaking with excitement, as I sat down to witness the feature film debut of one of the most iconic characters in modern history – something I had been anticipating for the better half of two years. It was an event that had […]

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Interview: Ewen Bremner on 20 years of Trainspotting, Danny Boyle and the success of Wonder Woman

June 19, 2017

Ewen Bremner is a calm and thought provoking actor who has seen a broad variety of roles over the years in stage, TV (My Name is Earl, The Lost Room) and the silver screen (Pearl Harbor, Black Hawk Down, Trainspotting 1 & 2, Wonder Woman). Some of the best characters Ewen portrays are very left […]

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Film Review: Wonder Woman (USA, 2017) is the heroine we need and deserve

May 31, 2017

After what can only be said as the frustrating and disappointing efforts of Man Of Steel and Batman Vs Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad in the DC Comics movie universe. The hopes of the DCEU and an opportunity for it to be redeemed appeared to rest on the shoulders of Wonder Woman. The […]

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Sneak peak of first ever Wonder Woman film is released by DC Films

January 21, 2016

It’s about time female superheroes got their spotlight! As of yesterday, DC films have released a sneaky preview of female superhero Wonder Woman’s first ever big screen solo adventure. It has taken 75 years for this engaging character to get her spotlight in film and she’s been described by director, Patty Jenkins  as “good,  kind […]

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