Why ‘Wonder’ has become the fastest film to win Oscars

Wonder (2017) has become one of the fastest films to win an Oscar, and it has taken a few months for the movie to become widely known.

In January 2018, the film won the Best Picture Oscar for its screenplay, which is an original story by writer-director Tim Burton.

Since then, it has become a huge phenomenon, and fans have created fanfiction to explain why it is one of a kind.

One of the most common explanations is that the film is an adaptation of the classic film of the same name, the 1963 movie starring Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn.

But the true origin of Wonder is more complicated than that.

There are several versions of the origin story, and the most popular one is that Warner Brothers, the studio behind the original film, originally planned to make a sequel to Wonder.

However, they realized that the plot would not fit in with the original story and scrapped the idea, instead focusing on the story of a young man named Peter Parker.

The story of Wonder revolves around Peter Parker, who has been adopted by a family of superheroes known as The Avengers.

The story starts when he is kidnapped by a man named Victor Von Doom, and he must go to the Avengers headquarters in New York City to save his adoptive family.

This film is based on a book by writer Grant Morrison, and is set in the 1940s.

The other version is that Wonder is the first film of a new Superman series, which started with Superman: The Man of Steel in June 2020.

According to the story, the original Superman was named Clark Kent, and was killed by the evil Clark Kent.

Clark Kent’s adoptive family, the Fantastic Four, created a superhero team called the Green Lantern Corps.

However when they decided to give up their superhero identities, they were discovered by the Avengers.

This was the first time Superman was introduced in the comics, and his story has been adapted into a number of animated shows and comic books.

However, it is still not clear why Warner Brothers wanted to adapt Superman’s origin into a film, and why the Fantastic, Green Lantern and Lantern Corps were so important to the plot.

In 2018, a new book called The Superman Lives: The Complete Film Collection was released, which details the origin of the film.

According the book, Superman was born on June 16, 1947 in the fictional city of Metropolis, which was also the name of a fictional Superman city in the film, where the original version of Superman lives.

The book also claims that the name Superman is a nod to the Superman comics, as Superman is the most famous character in the world, which also explains why Wonder is one the fastest to win a major motion picture award.

The fact that the story has become so popular is because the film has become such a huge hit.

It has earned over $500 million worldwide.

And it has been nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture, as well as for Best Director, Screenplay, Costume Design, Sound Editing and Music.

The movie has also been nominated in the Golden Globe Awards for Best Motion Picture, Best Director and Best Sound Editing.

And according to Variety, Wonder is also the most talked about film in Hollywood.

The book also notes that the movie has had more than 5 million downloads since its release.

In 2019, Wonder won the Academy Awards for its writing, directing and writing, as the film was nominated for six acting awards and for best sound editing.

In 2019, the movie was nominated in 13 categories, including Best Film, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor, Original Screenplay and Best Screenplay.

The Academy Awards also nominated Wonder for Best Original Song.

In 2020, Wonder was nominated as Best Picture for the first part of its three-season run, as it won three Oscars, the Golden Globes, and a Golden Globe for Best Screenwriting.

The film has also won three Golden GlobES.