Patty Jenkins could’ve been the director of Thor: The Dark World, but she decided it wasn’t for her.
The 48-year-old director opened up about passing on the project because the script wasn’t very good.
“You can’t do movies you don’t believe in,” she shared with Vanity Fair in a new interview. “I did not believe that I could make a good movie out of the script that they were planning on doing.”
Patty added that if the movie had failed, she had a feeling it would be her fault.
“I think it would have been a huge deal — it would have looked like it was my fault,” she shared. “It would have looked like, ‘Oh my God, this woman directed it and she missed all these things.’”
Patty‘s upcoming film, Wonder Woman 1984, is set to now be released in August.
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