DC continues to explore Green Lantern's feminine side by hiring Michael Goldenberg to write the Wonder Woman Movie.
2011's Green Lantern movie was a rousing success, if one considers an abysmal failure to be a rousing success, so it makes perfect sense that DC has hired Michael Goldenberg, who wrote Green Lantern, to write another movie. Despite introducing several innovative concepts to superhero movies, such as having Rocky Dennis and a mystical smoke octopus as villains, Green Lantern failed to capture the interest of fans and took in only $219 million worldwide at the box office. The movie had a production budget of $200 million.
In order to strike a balance of changed sexuality after turning the original Green Lantern, Alan Scott, gay in comics, sources are saying that Warner Bros. may try to de-lesbianize the Amazon princess. If Warner Bros. is open to suggestion, this reporter thinks they should consider hiring noted misogynist Frank Miller to produce.
No word yet on a director, but the studio is said to be considering "Ryan Reynolds with boobs" for the part of Wonder Woman.
Written or Contributed by: Jude Terror
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