I was at the screening last night, and I just fell in love with your movie. A long time. We talked about the real story behind the Marston’s relationship with Olive Byrne, how the women in his life influenced his creation of the Wonder Woman comic, and the impeccable timing of the biopic she’s been working on for the better part of a decade. So nice to meet you!
Annette Kellerman: Hi Angela. Kellerman: What?! Annette Kellerman Chats Up The Director of PROFESSOR MARSTON AND THE WONDER WOMEN
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A few weeks ago at Fantastic Fest, I enjoyed an engaging chat with Angela Robinson, wrtier/director of the new film PROFESSOR MARSTON AND THE WONDER WOMEN. How long have you been working on this project? If you’d like to hear about my take on the fascinating love story, check out my review here. Robinson: I just did press all day today, and yes. Robinson: I know, right? Really? I hope you enjoy our talk! Kellerman: Can you talk about the impeccable timing with this other Wonder Woman movie that I’ve heard a few things about? It took about four years of nights and weekends in between TV jobs to write the script, and then about four years to get it financed. Kellerman: That’s a little ironic. Robinson: Actively, about eight years. Robinson: (laughing) It’s actually really funny to me because people are complimenting me on my incredible foresight to have
Finish the article on AICN Thanks for talking with me today about PROFESSOR MARSTON AND THE WONDER WOMEN. (laughing)
Kellerman: Glad to be repping the lady press up in here! Angela Robinson: You’re actually the only woman I’ve talked to.