Antiope From 'Wonder Woman' Will Return in 'Justice League'

  • Antiope From 'Wonder Woman' Will Return in 'Justice League'

Antiope From 'Wonder Woman' Will Return in 'Justice League'

On the red carpet at the world premiere, Gadot spoke to Variety about the industry's progress in regards to big-budget superhero films, saying, "I think that it's so important that we have also strong female figures to look up to, and Wonder Woman is an incredible one". Diana's mother (Connie Nielsen) is opposed to her daughter becoming a warrior, but her aunt (Robin Wright) is greatly in favor of it.

There's also been and continues to be shakeups of leadership involved in the DC movies. "If you want to show Alma that she can follow her dreams, that's what you should do, and we will figure out the logistics, '" Gadot said as she talked about her real-life "Wonder Man".

Wonder Woman thankfully gave comic book movie fans some things that were long overdue, namely the first (modern) female-led solo superhero film and a redemption-achieving entry in Warner's burgeoning DC Comics film continuity that finally managed to live up to its dramatic hype. Two Alamo Drafthouse theaters in the Denver area held women-only screenings of the movie as a fundraiser for the ACLU and Planned Parenthood. Because of this, the best decision for Warner Bros is to wait and see. Yay, Girl Power and all that. Hee-Hee - she doesn't know how a lady is supposed to act in prim-and-proper London. Among female directed films we are talking, Twilight ($391 million), Fifty Shades of Grey ($571 million), Mama Mia ($144 million), and Kung Fu Panda 2 ($665 million), all world wide totals, domestically Wonder Woman has already passed their records. It's exciting without getting tedious, and it has numerous same qualities I valued in the television show "Buffy the Vampire Slayer"-namely, it stresses the importance of compassion and teamwork, rather than victory through sheer brute force, as is nearly exclusively the purview of typical superhero movies". The first-and spoiler-free!-article is about the poignancy of having an actress from Israel play a character who must deal with ethical nuances for the first time.

Wonder Woman is set to open as scheduled during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan across cinemas in Oman on June 22 and Bahrain on June 29. In 141 minutes, it shatters the ceiling of how good Warner Bros.' superhero movies can be.