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Los que estén interesados por el panorama cinematográfico actual, seguro que conocen bien al realizador Nicolas Winding Refn. El danés ha dirigido, entre otros films, 'Drive' o 'Solo dios perdona', colaborando en ellas con uno de sus intérpretes fetiche: Ryan Gosling. Ahora, acaba de estrenar en Estados Unidos una película de terror psicológico llamada 'The Neon Demon'.

 

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Mientras promociona la cinta, como es habitual, ha hecho algunas declaraciones sobre lo que le gustaría dirigir próximamente: "Dios, me encantaría hacer una película de superhéroes, probablemente sería muy divertido. No sé lo que va a pasar. Disfruto mucho de mi libertad, creativamente, pero también me encantaría hacer uno de esos grandes films hollywoodienses que cuestan un montón de dinero y tienen a la gente corriendo de aquí para allá con sus móviles y toda esa locura".

 

Pero Winding Refn no solo se limitó a especificar el género que le gustaría dirigir ahora, sino que fue más allá: "¿Qué películas de superhéroes quedan por hacer? ¿Sabes cuál quiero hacer? Quiero hacer 'Batgirl'. Hagamos que Warner se ponga manos a la obra". Aún no podemos saber si su deseo se cumplirá, pero, si lo consigue, los resultados serán, cuanto menos, curiosos.

 

Así es 'The Neon Demon'

Jesse se va a Los Ángeles a cumplir su sueño: convertirse en una reconocida modelo. Esta aspirante llega a la ciudad llena de vitalidad y optimismo. Pero poco a poco su juventud y energía irán siendo devoradas por un grupo de mujeres obsesionadas con la belleza y que harán todo lo posible para tener lo que ella posee. Con lo cual, Jesse se verá en un callejón sin salida al estar atrapada en un mundo donde la moda es sinónimo de muerte.

 

http://www.ecartelera.com/noticias/32092/el-director-de-drive-quiere-encargarse-de-la-pelicula-de-batgirl/

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OOOOAAAAYYY CTM   PAPI WHEDON SOLO TU PUEDES VOLVER A DARNOS UNA HEROINA DIGNA Y FEMINISTA

después de lo machista que fue con Black Widow??????? no thanks

Aunque sea verdad lo de no tener una historia adecuada, definitivamente debe haber primado el fracaso de Justice League, no sólo en lo económico, también con la crítica, e incluso la polémica que prin

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Joss Whedon, en negociaciones para escribir y dirigir ‘Batgirl’
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Variety acaba de anunciar que Joss Whedon se encuentra a punto de cerrar un acuerdo para escribir, dirigir y producir una película sobre Batgirl, personaje del mundo DC, en un proyecto ideado el mes pasado por el presidente y jefe de contenidos de Warner Bros., Toby Emmerich, junto a Jon Berg y Geoff Johns.

Batgirl es uno de los personajes más conocidos del universo de Batman. A pesar de que han sido varias las mujeres que han llevado su manto, se asocia principalmente a Barbara Gordon, hija del comisario de Policía de Gotham y protagonista original con la aparición del personaje en 1967 de la mano de Gardner Fox y el artista Carmine Infantino.

Esta película formará parte del universo cinematográfico DC/Warner y en ella aparecerán otros personajes del mismo, confirma Variety.

Para Whedon supone una “reconciliación” con el mundo cinematográfico DC tras sus esfuerzos infructuosos para realizar una adaptación de Wonder Woman. Cae ahora en sus manos un personaje que, desde finales de 2015 aproximadamente, ha tomado un cariz fresco, alegre y juvenil que le está funcionando de maravilla, sin menospreciar a la etapa enterior de Gail Simone. Ahora está en manos de un equipazo: Hope Larson (A Wrinkle in Time, Goldie Vance) y Rafael Albuquerque (American Vampire).

 

http://www.lashorasperdidas.com/index.php/2017/03/30/joss-whedon-en-negociaciones-para-escribir-y-dirigir-batgirl/

 

 

 

La noticia en Variety:

‘Batgirl’ Movie: Joss Whedon to Direct Standalone Film (EXCLUSIVE)

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http://variety.com/2017/film/news/batgirl-movie-joss-whedon-warner-bros-1202018544/

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Por que lo dices? :wtf: Whedon fue el creador de la serie feminista por excelencia: Buffy :miss: asi que de machista nada :evans:

 

si se, y le reconozco su pasado , Buffy y Firefly son grandes ejemplos feministas

 

pero en Avengers fue horrible como manejó a Black Widow , es heavy el cambio entre Ultron y The Winter Soldier :mm:

 

 

te copypasteo un texto que lo explica mejor

 

"Whedon was rightly recognised for having raised that bar. But it has gotten much higher since then, especially in the last few years for Marvel, with the development of Agent Carter and the much stronger writing of Black Widow in TWS."

 

CONTENIDO OCULTO

 

OK so now that I’ve had a chance to cool off and get some perspective, here’s the main reason I left Age of Ultron really pissed off at Joss Whedon (spoilers under the cut)

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It’s not because he still fails to grasp that Cap doesn’t actually have a stick up his butt, or because he can’t help himself from putting humorous one-liners into situations where they’re seriously OOC and and undermine the tone of the scene. It’s not even because of the super cringey Brucenat scenes no one asked for or wanted. I didn’t really like these things, but they didn’t spoil my enjoyment of the rest of the film, which I admit is a lot of fun.

It’s because of Black Widow’s backstory.

What did we know about Natasha Romanoff going into AOU? We knew she was trained as a Soviet spy. We also knew she had done unspecified terrible things and hurt a lot of people. We didn’t know the details, but we knew she had–by her own (and Whedon’s) admission–a lot of ‘red in her ledger’ and that it bothered her. And what’s more, we knew that all her secrets were made a matter of public record thanks to the events of TWS.

So what’s the big payoff? What did Whedon finally decide to reveal? What memory did he dredge up from her brutal past to throw her into a total identity crisis, to make her believe she couldn’t be an Avenger, had no place in the world, and would always be a ‘monster’?

Getting sterilized.

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It’s not as if Whedon was hard pressed for options. Agent Carter showed us that the early Red Room girls were forced to kill their weaker classmates. Whedon could have made Natasha remember killing another girl, betraying her closest friend or her mentor, torturing someone, allowing civilians to die… you know, any of the hundred or so things writers routinely pull out of male antiheroes’ pasts when they want to create internal conflict. Any of these would have worked beautifully to make us understand why Natasha thinks she can’t be a hero, or even have a normal life.

But the fact that she’s sterile? Do you know how many ordinary women just happen to be sterile? Do you know how many women want to be? Okay, so it was a violation, and maybe Natasha really wanted children and was very sad about not being able to have them. But depicting this as the worst thing in a Soviet spy’s terrible history, the one dark secret she’s keeping hidden because she doesn’t want people to know how much of a ‘monster’ she really is (even though all her crimes have already been made public)… that’s inexpressibly insulting, both to her as a character and to women in general.

Hulk and Widow both have hurt a lot of people in situations that they couldn’t entirely control and now feel a lot of regret. Yet Banner’s debilitating guilt is the only one that’s taken seriously–Natasha’s past crimes don’t even get a mention, as though they’re not nearly important enough to compete with the enormous significance of her female biology, or the memory of a seriously gendered violation. Bruce thinks he’s a monster because of the things he’s done to people. Natasha thinks she’s a monster because of the things people have done to her. And considering what she herself has done, this doesn’t just trivialise her as a character, but strips her of any hint of moral agency. Tell me that’s not sexist as shit.

The thing we all need to remember is that Joss Whedon first earned his reputation as a feminist writer in the 90s. As I recall in those days the bar for action films was so low, female fans were overjoyed simply to see multiple female characters who weren’t just useless sex objects. Whedon was rightly recognised for having raised that bar. But it has gotten much higher since then, especially in the last few years for Marvel, with the development of Agent Carter and the much stronger writing of Black Widow in TWS. Though we are nowhere near where we ought to be, feminist critique has become more nuanced and intersectional in the past two decades and female audiences expect more thought to be put into genres that were previously dismissed as just cheap fantasy. In the meantime, Whedon’s writing has not evolved at all. He is still pulling the same old archetypes out of his bag of tricks (i.e. River and Simon 2.0: Maximoff Edition), which means that now the more problematic aspects of his work are becoming increasingly apparent, such as his tendency to victimise heroines in gendered ways in order to make them more ‘vulnerable’. And for those of us who feel let down, we need to remember that Joss Whedon was only ever a relatively feminist writer. It’s not that his work has gotten worse, but that his audiences now rightly expect better. Natasha Romanoff certainly deserved better and more thoughtful treatment than she got.

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si se, y le reconozco su pasado , Buffy y Firefly son grandes ejemplos feministas

 

pero en Avengers fue horrible como manejó a Black Widow , es heavy el cambio entre Ultron y The Winter Soldier :mm:

 

 

te copypasteo un texto que lo explica mejor

 

"Whedon was rightly recognised for having raised that bar. But it has gotten much higher since then, especially in the last few years for Marvel, with the development of Agent Carter and the much stronger writing of Black Widow in TWS."

 

CONTENIDO OCULTO

 

OK so now that I’ve had a chance to cool off and get some perspective, here’s the main reason I left Age of Ultron really pissed off at Joss Whedon (spoilers under the cut)

tumblr_inline_nnkbe4lZa21rri91h_500.gif

It’s not because he still fails to grasp that Cap doesn’t actually have a stick up his butt, or because he can’t help himself from putting humorous one-liners into situations where they’re seriously OOC and and undermine the tone of the scene. It’s not even because of the super cringey Brucenat scenes no one asked for or wanted. I didn’t really like these things, but they didn’t spoil my enjoyment of the rest of the film, which I admit is a lot of fun.

It’s because of Black Widow’s backstory.

What did we know about Natasha Romanoff going into AOU? We knew she was trained as a Soviet spy. We also knew she had done unspecified terrible things and hurt a lot of people. We didn’t know the details, but we knew she had–by her own (and Whedon’s) admission–a lot of ‘red in her ledger’ and that it bothered her. And what’s more, we knew that all her secrets were made a matter of public record thanks to the events of TWS.

So what’s the big payoff? What did Whedon finally decide to reveal? What memory did he dredge up from her brutal past to throw her into a total identity crisis, to make her believe she couldn’t be an Avenger, had no place in the world, and would always be a ‘monster’?

Getting sterilized.

tumblr_inline_nnkrc0sews1rri91h_500.gif

It’s not as if Whedon was hard pressed for options. Agent Carter showed us that the early Red Room girls were forced to kill their weaker classmates. Whedon could have made Natasha remember killing another girl, betraying her closest friend or her mentor, torturing someone, allowing civilians to die… you know, any of the hundred or so things writers routinely pull out of male antiheroes’ pasts when they want to create internal conflict. Any of these would have worked beautifully to make us understand why Natasha thinks she can’t be a hero, or even have a normal life.

But the fact that she’s sterile? Do you know how many ordinary women just happen to be sterile? Do you know how many women want to be? Okay, so it was a violation, and maybe Natasha really wanted children and was very sad about not being able to have them. But depicting this as the worst thing in a Soviet spy’s terrible history, the one dark secret she’s keeping hidden because she doesn’t want people to know how much of a ‘monster’ she really is (even though all her crimes have already been made public)… that’s inexpressibly insulting, both to her as a character and to women in general.

Hulk and Widow both have hurt a lot of people in situations that they couldn’t entirely control and now feel a lot of regret. Yet Banner’s debilitating guilt is the only one that’s taken seriously–Natasha’s past crimes don’t even get a mention, as though they’re not nearly important enough to compete with the enormous significance of her female biology, or the memory of a seriously gendered violation. Bruce thinks he’s a monster because of the things he’s done to people. Natasha thinks she’s a monster because of the things people have done to her. And considering what she herself has done, this doesn’t just trivialise her as a character, but strips her of any hint of moral agency. Tell me that’s not sexist as shit.

The thing we all need to remember is that Joss Whedon first earned his reputation as a feminist writer in the 90s. As I recall in those days the bar for action films was so low, female fans were overjoyed simply to see multiple female characters who weren’t just useless sex objects. Whedon was rightly recognised for having raised that bar. But it has gotten much higher since then, especially in the last few years for Marvel, with the development of Agent Carter and the much stronger writing of Black Widow in TWS. Though we are nowhere near where we ought to be, feminist critique has become more nuanced and intersectional in the past two decades and female audiences expect more thought to be put into genres that were previously dismissed as just cheap fantasy. In the meantime, Whedon’s writing has not evolved at all. He is still pulling the same old archetypes out of his bag of tricks (i.e. River and Simon 2.0: Maximoff Edition), which means that now the more problematic aspects of his work are becoming increasingly apparent, such as his tendency to victimise heroines in gendered ways in order to make them more ‘vulnerable’. And for those of us who feel let down, we need to remember that Joss Whedon was only ever a relatively feminist writer. It’s not that his work has gotten worse, but that his audiences now rightly expect better. Natasha Romanoff certainly deserved better and more thoughtful treatment than she got.

 

No entiendo :mm: critica q Whedon haya escarbado en el pasado de Black Widow, diciendo q tiene muertes de inocentes en su espalda pero q no explicaban bien eso? :mm:

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Me encanta Joss y estoy seguro que será la primera pelicula buena de DC pero lo que mas me encanta es que todas las perras DC que critican Marvel ahora le estan chupando las tetas :dyna:

 

Todo lo que critican de Marvel viene a salvar DC con puro ver el trailer de la Liga se nota :esmio:

 

Lo unico que no me gusta de esto es que eo DCEU cada ves mas se transforma el universo de Batman con 4 spin offs sobre el personaje :mm:

 

Pareciera que DC tiene una pecera y dice de quien haremos una pelicula hoy :fun:

Batgirl, Nightwing, Deadshot, Gotham City Sirens, Suicide Squad 2, Man of Steel 2, The Flash, Green Lantenrs Corps, Cyborg, Aquaman, Black Adam, Shazam, Justice League Dark, JL 2, tienen en producción casi todo lo que Marvel lleva en 3 fases :fun:

 

Creo que es un gran personaje y va a ser una gran pelicula pero me hubiera gustado que se enfocaran en los grandes heroes si ni Flash tiene director o hacer un con cohesión, estoy seguro que Joss lo lograra y por fin vamos a ver a los heroes que tanto amamos de DC plasmados con respeto y heroísmo :miss:

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Ojalá que la Batgirl sea Barbara Gordon, me haría sentido porque en La liga de la Justicia va a salir el Comisionado Gordon, así que por ahí podrían hacer la conexión al universo DC.....

 

Ojalá que sea juvenil y que la interprete una actriz no muy conocida, aunque seguro van a andar varias famosas interesadas...

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