|(Concept poster made by Robert Sebree)|
Unlike many fan films floating around on the web this one has high production values and great special effects. Johnson enlisted the help of actors Nina Bergman as Wonder Woman and Peter Stormare as a Nazi interrogator to add some quality performances to the action-packed escape sequence. Johnson's manager believed in his directorial potential.
It was my manager / producing partner Kailey Marsh’s idea to shoot the trailer. She really believes I should be a studio director, and thought shooting would be a great way to show off my skills in a fun way that people could get excited about.
This trailer makes for a great calling card to potential Hollywood suitors looking for an up and coming talent. The real question is if the suits at Warner Bros. are watching and listening to the outcry from fans that Wonder Woman should be a priority considering the studio wants to release a 'Justice League' movie sometime in the next five years. If nothing else, the trailer proves that Wonder Woman can translate to the big screen in the right hands with the right script. Something fundamentally obvious to everyone but to those that can actually make it happen.
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