'Wonder Woman' director Patty Jenkins on entering the DCEU: 'I hope it’s a film that satisfies on every level' [Video]

Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins wants to hit the bull’s-eye with her entry into the DC Cinematic Universe this summer.

“I’m hoping that it hits a lot of different marks,” she tells the Sun down the line from Los Angeles as she puts the finishing touches on the film.

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