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the point is that both directors seem to have been given the job based on their gender rather then their resume. Neither of them have ever helmed a big film like this.

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You should see him rant on and on about the superiority of women and how all men must be marginalised and eventually eradicated to make way for a completely female society.

In this utopia, the only men who will be spared are the gay ones and the men who think they're women.

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the point is that both directors seem to have been given the job based on their gender rather then their resume. Neither of them have ever helmed a big film like this.

Blockbuster Success 101: Find an up and coming director that shows some promise of talent. Hire them to direct your next tentpole studio blockbuster that will make money regardless of the crew. Pay them nothing because of their lack of experience. More for the studio, hooray!

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the point is that both directors seem to have been given the job based on their gender rather then their resume. Neither of them have ever helmed a big film like this.

Neither did the Russo Bros or Alan Taylor. You could even make the argument for Joss Whedon, who aside from Serenity, a low budget film based on his own TV property, he didn't direct anything near the scale of Avengers.

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No, just making conversation.

As a feminist I find it interesting though.

A certain level of extremely basic and diluted feminism like sometimes in the comics would be appropiate here. On the other hand, it's a DC film and they seem to really like their Frank Miller.

Who knows.

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Interesting that because the film is called Wonder Woman is somehow has to be directed by a woman.

I'd like more female directors doing studio films period. Wonder Woman is a baby step forward in that direction.

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