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Matthew Jensen Has a “Wonder”ful Eye for Wonder Woman 1984

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On this superstar edition of the INTERVUE, imagine yourself going to a well-known museum, let’s say the world-renowned Smithsonian Institute, to take some courses on film and then somewhere down the road in the course of life, you put all that you have learned and take it back to your hometown. This is what happened with our next guest.

A graduate of Univ. of Southern California, Variety listed him as one of the “10 Cinematographers to watch 2017”. Over the course of his career, his credits include the films Chronicle & Fantastic Four and television series Ray Donovan, Game of Thrones, and The Mandalorian. Now, he has come full circle as he brought his craft to our Nation’s Capital with the epic superheroine sequel, Wonder Woman 1984. You can see his work now on Digital and coming soon to Blu-ray and DVD on March 30th!

My fellow readers welcome to the INTERVUE, DMV’s own Matthew Jensen!

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Welcome to the Future Trailer: Wonder Woman 1984!

The first Wonder Woman trailer is very interesting for a number of reasons…

Reason one: this is the Steve Trevor from the first film (check the least few seconds of the trailer); reason two: Maxwell Lord and Cheetah are definitely the villains (Cheetah was known, but Lord is confirmed in the notes below the trailer on YouTube); reason three: Pedro Pascal seems to be channelling the late Rutger Hauer as Max Lord,  and reason four: the action looks even more insane than in the first one (and that was set in WWI!).

Wonder Woman 1984 will open on June 5th.

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