Mickey Rourke’s portrayal of Randy “The Ram” Robinson in Darren Aronofsky’s 2008 film The Wrestler was met with praise from critics and audiences. Zack Snyder thinks he has another professional wrestling story to tell, but this time from a female perspective.
While speaking to The Telegraph, Zack Snyder revealed that he released a female version of The Wrestler to Amy Adams. This release took place when Adams was playing Lois Lane in Justice League, but Snyder is always looking for another project to sink his teeth into.
Zack Snyder wants to do a female version of the Wrestler
This story would tell a much darker story about how one woman got into the business of professional wrestling, and soon found herself falling into a trap of drugs and performance-enhancing training.
“It’s kind of a female version of ‘The Wrestler,’ about a midwestern housewife who happens to have a pretty good body and starts doing some bodybuilding competitions, and then falls into a rabbit hole of steroids and hormones. . It becomes a competition between fitness and family, and she loses her family because she is spending all her money on dietary supplements, medications, trainers and all that. “
Snyder also noted that he wanted Adams for the role specifically, “because it would be an enormously difficult job to train to the point where it was credible. And you need someone like Amy who likes the trade to do it. “
It’s unclear if this Zack Snyder idea will ever come to fruition. It’s certainly enough to get some fans excited, especially those who are still looking for more professional wrestling related stories on TV and in movies.
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