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Date Posted: 17:43:32 08/05/05 Fri
Author: Dandy
Author Host/IP: 162.83.253.145
Subject: Re: O/T Joss Whedon interview for Wonder Woman has me doubting him. AGAIN!
In reply to: Christian 's message, "O/T Joss Whedon interview for Wonder Woman has me doubting him. AGAIN!" on 13:03:17 08/02/05 Tue

This material is tailor made for Joss, in my humble opinion. He writes women characters so well and he gets really good performances out of actresses.

As for costumes, sets, Joss will have the main say in this. Casting will also be,in large part, his decision. Casting people only present viable choices of actors to fill the roles. The final decision on casting is not theirs. Same with wardrobe people (I know-I did this)How much the producer cares to have daily input varies, usually it is a kind of consensus of director and designers, production people, etc. I would expect Joel Silver and the moneymen to step in only if they think something is amiss.

Joss has a hell of a lot more experience directing than a lotof the other young guns who get handed these projects and 127% more originality. Personally,I always favor writer/directors. They are able to put a unique vision on the screen-examples of this being Woody Allen, Christopher Nolan with Memento, Joe Carnahan's Narc, Charlie Chaplin, etc.

I too have a twinge of anxiety about an all too angsty Wonder Woman, but I remind myself that the powers that hold the purse strings won't let that happen, and nobody writes witty like Joss.

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