With all that in mind, it's now being reported that Warner Bros is waiting to see how Justice League does before moving forward with more movies in the DCEU. It is well overdue and it can not be underestimated how culturally important Wonder Woman is. I think the change in time makes sense for the movie.
Of Diana and her mother Hippolyta, Gadot says, "The mother and daughter relationship is always a lovely but complex relationship".
Because actors are restricted from spoiling their shiny new movies, it's expected that the vague phrasing leaves the circumstances of General Antiope's return unclear.
This year's Wonder Woman was a fairly standalone story, even considering we know we'll be seeing Gal Gadot in Justice League to stand beside her fellow DC superheroes.
The Wonder Woman star is an inimitable badass, and basically the flawless star to bring the feminist icon/superhero to life.
Now the problem seems to be that since Warner Bros. was late to their own party, it puts Jenkins in a position to demand a huge paycheck increase.
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The 18th Annual Golden Trailer Awards were held on June 6 in Beverly Hills where Wonder Woman grabbed an award in the "Best in Show" category. Every time Wonder Woman smashed through a wall or defeated an enemy, I felt like I was seeing something I had always needed but never really realized I was missing. When a male stranger by the name of Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) suddenly crashes into their world, Diana discovers that there is a war going on back on Earth in 1918.
This is somewhat surprising news, given that Wright's General Antiope doesn't make it out of Wonder Woman alive.
Wonder Woman is now in theaters. Aside from this, I bet the American government would be particularly interested in her origin story and how they could get her to work for them.
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