Comentando el CRÉDITO COMO CO-GUIONISTA, un colaborador de la revista FORBES detalla en qué ha consistido la labor de Whedon: Reescribir, cambiar, QUITAR PERSONAJES Y ESCENAS, etc...
I think that there’s some confusion… About what, precisely, he has to do. The idea that [him getting a credit relates to revising at least a third of the movie’s screenplay] – that’s not how it works
There are a lot of ways you can contribute to changing a script… What I heard was [that Whedon did] roughly two dozen pages of additional material and rewrites, and on top of that…
There’s some stuff that’s been cut, and scenes that have been cut, and characters who have been cut out of the film – things have been changed and things have been cut.
So when you look at the totality of his involvement and his work and his impact on that script, yes, it’s fair to say probably a third of the script total when you add [the scenes that he added, deleted, and/or replaced while directing additional photography] – it probably amounts to enough that yes, he would qualify for [a writing credit].
Por si alguien se pregunta a quien se ha cortado, LEX LUTHOR hace rato que se rumorea como el más notable.
"¡Whedon, LÍBRANOS DE SNYDER, por Dios, líbranos de él!" ;-P