'Wonder Woman' Movie Lassoes 'Pan' Writer (Exclusive)

Gal Gadot is attached to star in film centered on the Amazonian princess
 Wes Klain

Jason Fuchs, the writer behind Warner Bros’ upcoming Pan movie, is on his way to Paradise Island via invisible jet.

The scribe is in negotiations to write the screenplay for Wonder Woman, one of the most important installments of Warners’ cinematic universe based on the DC Entertainment characters and one of the most iconic characters in comic book history.

Warners had no comment.

Michelle MacLaren, the director behind some of the top episodes of Breaking Bad and Game of Thrones, is developing the project as its director, while Gal Gadot is attached as the heroine, the Amazonian warrior princess known as Diana Prince. The movie has a 2017 release date.

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Fuchs will work with MacLaren on the drafts.

Fuchs, repped by WME and Brookside Artists Management, is already ensconced with the studio with Pan, the reimagining of the Peter Pan story that it hopes will launch a franchise when it is released July 17, 2017. The scribe, who also counts Ice Age: Continental Drift among his credits, is also working on the Pan sequel.

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