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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.
The female superhero movie starring Gal Gadot reportedly will be followed by a sequel to take place during World War II and then a threequel in modern day.
A 'Game of Thrones' director and a 'Walking Dead' helmer are also eyed to sit behind the lens for the first live-action female superhero solo film.
It seems that WB pays attention to fans' demand and is now allegedly searching for a female director to helm its first super heroine solo film.
The 'Fast and Furious 7' director is revealed by New Line President as a contender to helm one of Warner Bros.' superhero films.
In a press release, Warner Bros. announces 'at least' ten of its future DC Comics tentpoles put on schedule for releases from 2016 until 2020.
Warner Bros.' URL registrations give a hint at the studio's upcoming plan after 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice'.
Those attending the upcoming San Diego Comic Con will be treated with Warner Bros and DC Comics' announcement on their 2016-2018 slate.
When talking about Warner Bros. plans for DC properties, Kevin Tusjihara says, 'We need to get Wonder Woman on the big screen or TV.'