According to Max, the newly rebranded platform formerly known as HBO Max, Patty Jenkins and Allan Heinberg were the creators of 2017. Wonder Woman. At least that’s how Max’s new “details” section refers to Jenkins, who directed the Gal Gadot lead, and Heinberg, who penned the script for the DC Comics movie.
The lack of specific details, and the lumping together of writers and directors simply as “Creators,” has already riled many creatives amid the ongoing writers’ strike and threats of labor unrest among actors’ and directors’ unions as the three guilds are in the midst of separate negotiations with the studios and streamers that make up the Alliance of Film and
The change — HBO Max’s previous credits pages provided more specific details about the writers’ and directors’ roles — was spotted Tuesday night, the same day the Warner Bros. Discovery-backed streamer was rebranded as Max in an attempt to reflect its larger content portfolio after the $43 billion merger that created a scripted and non-scripted powerhouse.