When Diana leaves Themyscira and confronts the horrors of World War I, she is definitely a fish out of water. "Overall, these results indicate that while audiences were more than twice as likely to see male characters as female characters on screen, females fared better as protagonists and major characters previous year".
"She is just an incredibly good Wonder Woman in that she naturally exudes all of the strength of character and kindness, warmth and charm come so naturally to her". Pictures' "Wonder Woman" at the Pantages Theatre on May 25, 2017 in Hollywood, California. And although its review embargo doesn't lift for another day or two, initial reactions indicate that Wonder Woman will be the best-reviewed film in Warner Bros.' DC Extended Universe - reversing its downward trend. Not only are there plans in place for a sequel to the movie even before it is released, but there are any number of other female superhero movies that will be coming in the near future, both from DC and Marvel. At the heart of the movie, it's about people falling in love and being passionate and being heroic. It was directed by Patty Jenkins and stars Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, aka Diana Prince.
The pair were joined by director Patty Jenkins and Lynda Carter, who played Wonder Woman in the 1970s TV series "Wonder Woman".
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Regardless, Jenkins hopes that Wonder Woman will be a "great superhero film" for everyone, not just for women. "She chose to spend her life to help others, and that's empowering".
She'd got in a bit of posing that evening alongside her dashing co-star Chris Pine, who'd worn a navy and white pinstriped suit over a white dress shirt.
"We are very excited to present select, women-only WONDER WOMAN screenings at Alamo Drafthouse", Morgan Hendrix, Alamo Drafthouse creative manager said in a statement emailed to The Washington Post. Aided by Pine - in addition to supporting actress Lucy Davis as Steve Trevor's assistant Etta Candy - Gadot definitely has the poised determination to pull off the role with a dignity offset by certain idiosyncrasies dictated by the character's personal history and mythology.