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Gal Gadot was propelled to new levels of fame last year when she was cast as Wonder Woman in the DC Extended Universe. However, that wasn’t her only opportunity to appear in a DC movie.
While we’re still waiting for Princess Diana to make her DC film debut in next summer’s Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice Warner Brothers is still moving full speed ahead on the Wonder Woman movie.
As with Marvel, the DC Comics community has a vocal fanbase that frequently doesn’t agree on various subjects. We’ve gathered a list of these disagreements geared specifically towards DC movies and comics that frequently pop up and may never be resolved.
A new rumor suggests that the reports of Wonder Woman being a period piece are true, though the years are ones different than previously suggested.
We’ve selected the five villains that are the likeliest to be chosen for Wonder Woman, from fellow demigods and deities to humans with their own unique powers.
Wonder Woman is just about all set to go in front of cameras. It has a star (Gal Gadot), a director (Patty Jenkins), a screenplay (by Jason Fuchs), and now it looks like it has an exotic location.
Apparently, Wonder Woman and the rest of her superhero kind have no place in school — or, at the very least, not in one particular school. An Imgur user posted a series of pics to the photo-sharing platform revealing that the daughter of a friend was banned from bringing her Wonder Woman lunch box into school for the most ridiculous reason.
When the DC film universe gets underway, it will be the perfect opportunity to start featuring super villains not familiar to the general moviegoing audience. Here are the five DC Comics greats that need to cause trouble for our intrepid heroes in the near future.
Although Superman and Lois Lane have been romantically involved over the decades, the Kryptonian has also had dalliances with Wonder Woman. So which woman does Superman actor Henry Cavill think is the better fit for the Man of Steel?
As the DC Cinematic Universe grows, one of the most exciting elements of the movies will be seeing all of the classic comic book costumes adapted… and things are off to a great start in Zack Snyder’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
If you have been paying attention to the steady stream of rumors that have been swirling around Zack Snyder’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, you might have been able to wager a few educated guesses as to whom Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) was battling in the most recent trailer that dropped at San Diego Comic-Con.
DC and Warner Bros are accumulating a diverse lineup of talent for Wonder Woman, both in front of and behind the camera. Now the 2017 film has found itself an award-winning individual for the visual effect team.
Zack Snyder’s Batman v Superman will pit the Dark Knight against the Man of Steel, but just as important is the film’s subtitle. Dawn of Justice points to the impending two-part Justice League, and Snyder came out to explain how each of the DC installments are influencing his Justice League.
While many sources have reported that Star Trek’s Chris Pine has been up for a role in the growing DC Cinematic Universe, it hasn’t clear exactly which role was leaning towards. Now, it seem as though the rumors and decisions can be put to rest, as it looks like Chris Pine will play Steve Trevor in the Wonder Woman movie.
When Gal Gadot was cast as Wonder Woman in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, it was an especially big deal for her given that the Amazon princess matches key criteria she looks for in a role.
While many are looking forward to seeing Wonder Woman in action in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, comic book writer Grant Morrison believes that the DCCU version of the character goes against her roots.
Big reveals today at the Warner Bros. panel during San Diego Comic-Con including the drop of one highly-anticipated trailer. And in the latest trailer for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice< we have finally gotten our first good look at Wonder Woman in action—both in and out of her suit.
The non-super-powered Batman has a massive undertaking on his hands. He has to grapple with the virtually indestructible Superman, which means he's going to need some pretty durable gadgets to do so. We've caught glimpses of Batfleck's armor in the Batman v Superman trailers and images, but here it's fully on display in detailed toy form.
Zack Snyder’s Batman v Superman had tremendous representation on the floor tonight, and we will have plenty more coming up, including an in-depth look at Batman’s assorted weapons. For now, that do you think of these suits?
Aquaman and Wonder Woman have been teammates in the comics for decades, but only now that we’re finally seeing them in live action together. Well, the actors playing them, anyway.