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The 'Star Trek Into Darkness' actor is in negotiations to play Gal Gadot's on-screen love interest in the Patty Jenkins-directed movie.
The director, who was at one point set to direct 'Thor: The Dark World', has closed a deal with Warner Bros. to replace Michelle MacLaren.
Michelle MacLaren allegedly couldn't agree with Warner Bros. on many things, including time period to set the movie and tiger pet for Diana Prince.
Warner Bros. announces they 'have decided not to move forward with plans to develop and direct Wonder Woman together' with the 'Game of Thrones' director.
Gal Gadot's heroine character will have multiple costumes including a Dive Suit in the solo movie which will not arrive until 2017.
The son of Clint Eastwood is rumored to play the love interest to Gal Gadot's heroine character in the upcoming DC Comics adaptations.
In a new interview with Vulture, the 'Walking Dead' director additionally says that she cannot offer any details from the upcoming project, adding the movie has no script yet.
Screenwriter Arash Amel says in a Twitter post that he heard Warner Bros. had hired six screenwriters to work on the upcoming project directed by Michelle MacLaren.
Fuchs reportedly is in talks to work on the screenplay of DC movie 'Wonder Woman' which is set to be directed by Michelle MacLaren.
MacLaren, whose name has been on top of Warner Bros.' list for sometime, will also oversee the film's script.
Warner Bros. has met with numerous female directors, and the 'Breaking Bad' director lands on the top spot at the studio's list to helm their first female superhero movie.
'Punisher: War Zone' director Lexi Alexander said she heard Warner Bros. Studios had made an offer to another female director.