Entertainment 'Justice League's' Amazonian Costumes Upsetting Fans

23:23  14 november  2017
23:23  14 november  2017 Source:   The Hollywood Reporter

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' Justice League '. Fans aren't thrilled about the Amazonian warriors' revealing combat wear in Zack Snyder' s superhero movie. Wonder Woman' s costumes were designed by Lindy Hemming, while Michael Wilkinson worked on Justice League .

COVERING THE IMPORTANT STORIES: Justice League ’ s Amazonian Costumes Upsetting Fans . And by “ fans ” the Hollywood Reporter means shrewish angry SJWs: The fierce women of Themyscira are much more covered up with armor in Wonder Woman than in Justice League

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Justice League is receiving mostly positive praise on social media ahead of its theatrical release this Friday. However, some folks are less than thrilled about the film's costumes, specifically what the Amazonian warriors have to wear in Zack Snyder's superhero movie versus in Patty Jenkins' well-received Wonder Woman. 'Justice League'© Screengrab/Warner Bros. Pictures 'Justice League'

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The best films in action, drama, horror, and more expertly curated by the cos staff. Fans upset that Justice League dresses For Wonder Woman, costume designer Lindy Hemming worked with director Patty Jenkins to create Amazonian armor befitting women warriors

Justice League is set to hit the big screen in only a few short weeks, which means that fans of the DC film It’ s also nice to see some of the incredible athletes who play the Amazonian warriors getting to have some fun on set – they must have loved getting the chance to fool around with this awesome car.

The fierce women of Themyscira are much more covered up with armor in Wonder Woman than in Justice League, fan site The Golden Lasso points out in an article posted over the weekend. Twitter user @Rosgakori, who tweeted the story, also posted a side-by-side image of each film's cast, with the warriors in Justice League revealing much more of their abs.

Wonder Woman's costumes were designed by Lindy Hemming, while Michael Wilkinson worked on Justice League. (Wilkinson also handled the costumes for Batman v. Superman.)

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The Amazons will play a large role in setting up Justice League ' s other-worldly villains, and fans can rest assure the heroines will go to war against the baddies. Talent like Lang was brought in to fill the ranks of the DCEU' s Amazonian army

Justice League ' s Sexualized Amazon Costumes Spark Internet Controversy. Ahead of Justice League ‘ s highly anticipated premiere later this week, a savvy fan pointed out a major difference between how Wonder Woman‘ s Amazonian warrior society’s costumes look in this film versus how

One Twitter user responded to the new costumes, writing, "I mean, yes, they have great abs. But it makes no sense to fight like that." While many expressed frustration, some argued that the costume change may have been a result of the film's period in which the Amazonians are shown. "To be fair, it's possible that the scene in which we see the Amazons in JL takes place in the distant past, as implied by the trailers. In that case, they would have had to change the looks," wrote one user.

Athena Film Festival artistic director Melissa Silverstein also called it "a fantastic example of the difference between the male and female gaze."

For now, it looks like moviegoers will have to wait and see what goes down with the costumes (or lack thereof) when Justice League opens in theaters Nov. 17.

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The Hollywood Reporter has reached out to Warner Bros. for comment.

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