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When it comes to crazy, violent, semidelirious, testosterone-laden, proto-Viking tales about a mute visionary one-eyed warrior who breaks skulls, Valhalla Rising is pretty great.
—Lisa Schwarzbaum Entertainment Weekly
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Since no one else has thrown their hat in the ring for a potential Wonder Woman movie, Danish director Nicolas Winding Refn told the BBC in April that he was "born to make" a Wonder Woman movie. Refn's latest directorial efforts Valhalla Rising and Bronson were both violently dramatic tales, with Vahalla following a mute warrior who escapes from his Scottish captors while biopic Bronson documented the life of Britain's most notorious prisoner. If either one of those screams "Wonder Woman," let us know, however the resumes of Sam Raimi and Christopher Nolan weren't exactly filled with family-friendly movies either before they embarked on their respective Spider-Man and Batman franchises. Refn assured Movieline that he's serious about adapting Wonder Woman into a "great, extravagant, marketable action film."
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