Patty Jenkins Exited ‘Thor’ Because Script Made It Impossible to Direct a Good Movie

Published on Mar 26, 2020

Patty Jenkins Exited ‘Thor’ Because Script Made It Impossible to Direct a Good Movie

Before Patty Jenkins made movie history as the director of the record-breaking comic book tentpole “Wonder Woman,” she was attached to join the Marvel Cinematic Universe as the filmmaker behind “Thor: The Dark World.” Jenkins was best known at the time for helming the Charlize Theron-starring Oscar winner “Monster” and directing the acclaimed pilot episode of the AMC drama series “The Killing.” Marvel hired Jenkins in September 2011, but, not long after, the two parted ways over “creative differences.” In a new interview with Vanity Fair, Jenkins revealed a poor script made her realize it would be impossible to make a good “Thor” sequel at Marvel.

“I did not believe that I could make a good movie out of the script that they were planning on doing,” Jenkins said. “I think it would have been a huge deal — it would have looked like it was my fault. It would’ve looked like,

Read full article at: Indiewire

Author: Zack Sharf