WONDER WOMAN 1984 Director Patty Jenkins reveals the challenges of adapting the Invisible plane
Wonder Woman 1984 director Patty Jenkins has shared some of the challenges she thinks comes with bringing something like Wonder Girl's mythical invisible plane to the big screen, as “[it] has to be done in a whole new way! ! "
2017's Wonder Woman took place during World War I and was very reality-based. The lack of some of the silliest ideas in comics made sense because of this, but with Wonder Woman 1984 embracing the madness of the 1980s, the hope is that that will change.
Most comic book fans are dying to see the invisible plane in action, crazy as the concept is, and there have been rumors for over a year that it will appear in the sequel somehow.
When Screen Rant asked co-writer / director Patty Jenkins about the invisible plane, she declined to share details and did not confirm or plan for her to appear in Wonder Woman 1984.
“[It would] have to be done in a whole new way. I think the invisible plane is one of those things that is so fun because everything that any of these superheroes have is so silly in theory, and then when we talk about it, we talk about it like nothing is going to be done to update it. I've always said about the invisible plane that I'll do it when I can do it in a way that's cool. "
"It has to be something other than her flying through the sky on an invisible plane, which is fine on one page," the filmmaker continued. "It's not great in the modern [movie]."
It's a valid observation, but the invisible plane is something Jenkins has clearly given a lot of thought.
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