[Exclusive] What Does Wonder Woman Think of Black Lives Matter?

Gal Gadot Wonder Woman Premiere

Wonder Woman: Which emblematic character inspired Patty Jenkins for Steve Trevor?

She also summons the emotional truths she's seeking from Diana Prince, a woman who might be new to this patriarchal civilization, yet rarely abandons her sword or her sense of powerful self-possession. Both Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad were rated rotten by Rotten Tomatoes, but that didn't slow plans for Justice League, which will premiere in theaters on November 17 this year.

Rucka talks to q guest host Gill Deacon about how the live-action adaptation carries on the legacy of the comic book characterization.

Wonder Woman is the most awaited film based on the DC Comics' superhero, the film has hit the theaters as the film was scheduled to release today i.e., June 2, Friday.

Entertainment Weekly's "Ultimate Guide to Wonder Woman" is out now. This DC comic book movie has everything: a good cast, incredible sets, wonderful stunts, and an interesting story. Fighting alongside man in a war to end all wars, Diana will discover her full powers ... and her true destiny. Diana was trained to be an unconquerable warrior.

Maybe the perspective offered by Wonder Woman is what it feels like to be a confident, powerful woman.

The Hollywood Reporter's profile of the director discussed some of the projects that she's been wanting to make in the meantime, including an indie drama titled I Am Superman with Ryan Gosling.

Speculations on the sequel being set in another time period stemmed from "Wonder Woman" director Patty Jenkins's interview wherein she was asked whether the next adventure of Diana/Wonder Woman (Gadot) will have a time setting different from that of the current movie.

By presuming as a young woman that equality had been achieved, she wore the armour of a certain naivete that sometimes served her well, recalls Jenkins, 45. She is convinced she can stop the threat.

It's not without its faults, of course, but after four films and five years, Warner Bros. has finally unearthed the rarest of things: a DCEU movie deemed to be a critical darling. Robin Wright is General Antiope.

"My mom was a second-wave feminist, and I heard a lot about it and thought a lot about it", Jenkins tells The Washington Post.

If anything, I don't think the DC movies have been dark enough, which leaves them stuck somewhere between darkness and PG-friendly commercialism, which is no place to be when you aim to have your movies be taken seriously. It's not often that woman get to see themselves in the role of the hero, never mind one who has complexity.

"It was painful and sad because I really loved those guys and I loved the idea of us making a Thor together, but it's one of those things", Jenkins told IndieWire.

Latest News