Dream Casting: The Wonder Woman sequels

Tina Ray
June 9, 2017

Gal Gadot has also played Gisele in three Fast & Furious movies earlier, apart from appearing in her Wonder Woman character in Batman vs Superman too. The land of trolls and snubs has apparently been overcome by the sheer popularity of "Wonder Woman", the rare example of a female-led Hollywood blockbuster at a time when men dominate the big screen.

Sadly, Wright's General Antiope dies in the first act of Wonder Woman after being a total badass and taking down a bunch of German soldiers.

With a nod to Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice and Dan Brown's The DaVinci Code, the new film opens with Diana Prince (Gal Gadot) going to work in the Paris Louvre Museum. Recently, Zack Snyder stepped down due to a family tragedy and in his place, we got Joss Whedon, famous for his contributions to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. That said, there is a tiny bit of room to move forward with the story. Before now there had never been a feature film focused on a female superhero. Dr. Poison is still out there and could possibly be causing trouble just as the next World War is about to pick up.

"They made things better this time". A lovely island paradise where strong, kind, intelligent women ride horses and practice archery and run a civilization - a place where women can live their damn lives without men leering at their bodies and undermining their ambitions.

So how could the #DCEU bring back Antiope? With that said, how will she return when Wonder Woman joins the rest of the DC Comics crew in Justice League this November? In that case, though, they'll probably be in for a rude awakening. Diana gives up her birthright as the future queen to leave the island and end the war.

Wonder Woman is now playing in theaters nationwide. She may not have a natural flair for the action sequences here, but she applies a great touch during the climactic battle, when Steve imparts crucial information to Diana, and neither she nor we can hear him because she's been temporarily deafened by an explosion. Her name is Nubia and much the way Diana was formed out of white clay, Nubia was created from black clay.

Wright: And more of the story, you get some of the history. Think of how much of the praise heaped on the film referenced how different, how refreshing it felt.

In the comics, Hippolyta's tribe and a rival tribe called the Bana-Mighdalls clash due to some godly interference.

Jordan is considering banning the film Wonder Woman because star Gal Gadot served in the Israel Defense Forces.

I thoroughly enjoyed this film.

This Diana/Wonder Woman embodies all that is good in humanity - not just another facile copy of a destructive, male superhero, or an ultra-feminist advocate.

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