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Wonder Woman is coming to theaters next year, but it won't be the first time that the characters been played in live action before. Lynda Carter has spun a few lasso's in her day and she's got some opinion on the Wonder Woman solo movie.
Wonder Woman is still a year away from release, but the movie, featuring Diana of Themyscira in World War I, has already made history in this significant way.
Just like we have with many of the other major blockbusters set to come out over the next few years, we have researched and gathered as much information about the development of the Justice League movie as we could possibly find to try and put together a picture of what we can expect from the superhero team up movie.
One of the individuals who had problems with Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is this longtime DC Comics artist, and among his many issues with it was how Wonder Woman was used.
The box office take for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was something that nearly every movie studio dreams about. However, with as much riding on the film as Warner Bros. had, the numbers, along with the less than favorable reviews, combined into something that the team behind the DC Extended Universe was far from happy about.
Captain America: Civil War might have received better reviews and is likely to trounce Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice at the box office, but there's still one thing Warner Bros' does better than Marvel ...
Last November, the Wonder Woman solo movie kicked off production in London, England. Six months later, the movie has wrapped filming, and star Gal Gadot marked the triumph in a special way on social media.
If you liked the rapport between Batman and Wonder Woman in Dawn of Justice, then you will love the new photo that just leaked from the set of Wonder Woman.
Wonder Womanís sword came in handy going up against Doomsday, but it was more than just a mere weapon. While this couldnít have been read in the midst of the blockbusterís action, the sword also had some interesting writing on it.
While the number of women cast in superhero movies has been at abysmally low numbers even though the films are only becoming more popular, Wonder Woman is working to change that in a big way.
When will we finally get a Wonder Woman movie? The infamous Amazonian will be introduced in Snyderís movie when it reaches theaters on May 6, 2016.
Wonder Woman will take the Amazon warrior back to the gritty days of WWI, and according to Gal Gadot: it wonít shy away from the darkness of the era.
Itís troubling that some of the biggest errors committed by failed comic book films of their ilk are being recycled by big-budget tentpoles in 2016. Why isnít Hollywood learning its lesson?
A year and a half after the official DC Comics movie slate announcement, Warner Bros has now added two more DC movies to go along with shifting Wonder Womanís release.
Although evil spirits and demons are Williamsí normal adversaries in life, Bruce Campbellís given it some thought, and he knows how Ash can take down Wonder Woman and Captain America.
Zack Snyder's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice tells the singular story of how Lex Luthor manipulated the Dark Knight to try and kill the Man of Steel, but it also made some major moves in setting up the future of the DC Cinematic Universe.
One of the reasons that Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice had one of the biggest opening weekends in history is because itís a setup that fans have wanted to see for years. However, at the studio level, interest has not always been high.
Wonder Woman getting her own solo film is a big deal. Itís true that sheís not the first female superhero to get the feature treatment, with Supergirl, Elektra and Catwoman preceding her, but the character has a key place in pop culture history, and has long been seen as a feminist icon (despite being fictional).
Next year, Wonder Woman will take audiences back nearly 100 years ago to when Diana ventured into the outside world during World War I, which means moviegoers will see quite a different version of the Amazonian warrior.
Wonder Woman is returning for her solo movie in June 2017, and five months later, sheíll appear in Justice League: Part One. Hereís the one thing from her comic book history we can't wait to see in the latter adventure.