By Joe HughesFans who are clamoring for a Wonder Woman movie just gained a pretty big ally in the form of Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara.
Speaking at an entertainment law conference this weekend, Tsujihara told the gathered crowd that the studio’s lack of superhero movies outside of the Superman and Batman franchises was a “missed opportunity,” and expressed his desire to focus on developing a Wonder Woman project, saying “We need to get Wonder Woman on the big screen or TV.”
31 year old Aja Brown recently became the youngest mayor of Compton, CA, a city with a history of poverty, corruption and violence. As a Compton native who won the election by a landslide, Mayor Brown is determined to turn the city around. Read this inspiring profile of the accomplished and determined woman in vogue: http://bit.ly/1dWfVIj
She went on to earn multiple degrees in urban planning and economic development, a bachelor’s and a master’s on a full undergraduate scholarship at the University of Southern California. Then, after a ten-year stint in urban planning and economic development in some of L.A.’s surrounding communities—including a prestigious post on the Pasadena Planning Commission—she decided to focus on Compton, a city badly in need of urban planning and economic development.