Despite the fact that rumors of Jason Fuchs' involvement in writing Wonder Woman have yet to be confirmed, Collider was able to sit down with him for a small chat about the DC Extended Universe, where Fuchs opened up about what working for them is like -- from a "fan" perspective, of course.
This is what I would say. When you work for DC, it’s sort of like working for the CIA. You have a vow of silence. I think, as we speak, Zack Snyder’s gonna come in here and put a muzzle on me. The trouble with these things is that you really can’t say much. So I’m excited about everything that’s going on in that universe. And I’ve certainly read the same reports you’ve read about my involvement and what that might be, but I can only speak to it as a fan.
Fuchs went on to describe his personal history with DC comics, and what the new cinematic franchise endeavor means to him:
I can tell you, I am someone who from a very young age was a huge fan of DC Comics. A huge fan of that key troika in the Justice League of Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman, as well as all the other characters. So I am very, very happy that that DC Cinematic Universe is finally being fleshed out. I don’t think it’s any secret that people who have seen the Batman v Superman trailer, the Suicide Squad trailer can see that this is a very different cinematic universe than the one that Marvel has constructed over at Disney, or the one that Simon Kinberg and company have constructed with X-Men over at Fox.
He also clearly defined what we've all been sure of about the upcoming universe:
It’s a really specific, grand, slightly darker, slightly grittier place. As a fan of those comic books, a fan of those movies, I’m excited to see where it goes next.
Check out the full interview here: