This time round, though, he's working for Warner Bros., and helming the latest surprising announcement from DC Film: Batgirl.It's a promising idea, with the movie likely to be based on the dearly-loved 'Batgirl of Burnside' arc.The superhero world is reeling in shock and delight.
Following the suicide of his daughter Autumn Snyder in March, Zack Snyder — director of the Warner Bros.DC comics tentpole films “Man of Steel” and “Batman v.For a man about to have judgement passed on his work by the world’s most diehard fans, Whedon is calm: ‘There wasn’t any pressure from fans,’ he says matter-of-factly, ‘because I’m a fan myself from way back. In person and close up, he looks eternally young, with the sweet, innocent face of a 1950s child actor – flushed and eager to please.It wasn’t like…’ – he puts on snooty accent and raises his nose in the air – ‘Oh, how can I please those people? He sits in a Beverly Hills hotel suite holding court to a non-stop stream of journalists with good-natured humour and what looks like total ease."To say she is beautiful is almost to miss the point.
She is elemental, as natural and wild as the luminous flora surrounding.In fact, in an interview with Wired, he described Kitty as "the mother of Buffy, as much as anybody." While I know a lot of superhero fans don't really consider Buffy to be a superhero, she's every bit as much a superhero as, say, Blade.#Buffy The Vampire Slayer redefined what it means to have a teenage superhero.The show was deep and intimate, essentially using vampires and demons as metaphors for the confusion and chaos of teenage life.Snyder and his wife and production partner, Deborah Snyder, will retain producer credits on “Justice League,” which is set to be released in November.Deborah, Snyder’s second wife, was not Autumn’s mother.As such, it was both culturally relevant and quintessentially timeless.