The Terminator 2: Judgment Day director calls Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman movie “a step back,” and confirms Hollywood’s continuing desire to lock women in the “strong” box. In a recent interview centered on the 3-D re-release of his 1991 blockbuster Terminator 2: Judgment Day, James Cameron set off a firestorm on Twitter when he reduced Wonder Woman and her depiction in Patty Jenkins’ record-setting film to “an objectified icon” that he considers “a step backwards” from his female character of Sarah Connor. Read more on THE WEEK IN WOMEN.
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