Whilst Joss Whedon has been fairly clear about his plans to opt out of the Marvel Cinematic Universe after “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” that doesn’t necessarily stop him from switching sides to play in the DC sandbox.
Speaking with IGN recently, he suggested he’s open to having a go at a DC Comics adaptation:
“Sure. I’d be like ‘I have all these joke ideas.’ And they’d be like ‘No, we don’t do that here. I desperately wanted to do a Batman film – who doesn’t? And I wanted to do Wonder Woman. I was a Marvel kid growing up, but I was always DC-curious. And I see myself on the spectrum in between.”
Of course Whedon was long attached to a DC film adaptation, “Wonder Woman,” a project which now has Patty Jenkins in charge of it. Speaking of the character herself, he says:
“I don’t care who she’s seeing now. We don’t talk much. And I wish her well! I worked really hard on that movie and it meant a lot, but I don’t know if what I was trying to do would fit in with what their vision is. I’m excited to see it so I just want them to make it so I can see it!”