Warner nixes movies with female leads

Will this bone-headed decision by Warner Bros. production pres. Jeff Robinov affect the already-embattled Wonder Woman pic?

UPDATE: Robinov claims the story is just a rumor.

The story was reported by the L.A. Times, and is quickly spreading through the blogosphere.

Additional updated information may be found here.

3 replies on “Warner nixes movies with female leads”

  1. chad says:

    Invasion and The Brave One
    Well, I think The Invasion did poorly because it’s an old plot that’s been done well in the past. The same can be said for The Brave One, and it was also rated R–which will reduce the box office take of any movie.

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    • Trik says:

      Re: Invasion and The Brave One
      People were posting *No!, don’t do it!* as soon as Invasion was announced. Then all thru production, everytine some news leaked, people would post about it’s a done to death story and how stupid it was to remake it again.

    • y42 says:

      Nix the marketing department instead

      The Brave One, and it was also rated R–which will reduce the box office take of any movie.

      I was gonna go see that, but then the night before it came out I saw an ad that totally spoiled the movie, so I had no reason to see it anymore.

      It showed the attack, the aftermath, and even the catharsis moment when she offs the bastard who killed her man. What’s the point of dragging myself to a theater now that I’ve seen all of that?

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