"Most major studios haven’t released their full slates up until 2020, but the numbers we have so far reveal 13 films that will be directed by women. Warner Bros. has zero planned for now, although Patty Jenkins will probably direct the Wonder Woman sequel; Disney will see Ava DuVernay become only the 3rd woman in history - and first woman of colour - to receive a $100m+ budget for a live-action feature with A Wrinkle in Time, and Anna Boden will co-direct Captain Marvel, finally giving the Marvel Cinematic Universe its first female director. And Mimi Leder? The Leftovers is over, and she is rumoured to be in talks to direct Natalie Portman’s upcoming Ruth Bader Ginsburg biopic. She hasn’t directed a film in 8 years, so I hope she returns to the big screen soon and shows the world what they were missing. In that period of time, Colin Trevorrow went from zero to Star Wars."
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