Warner Bros. latest film in the DC Cinematic Universe could be the beginning of a brand new franchise.
"It's definitely something I'm very, very, very interested in". You can order your copy at Amazon and other major retailers. The film is, as far as I can remember, the first real female lead superhero movie in recent years.
The choice of casting seems flawless with Gal Gadot, the actress who plays Wonder Woman, not just being the pretty face in the film but giving the character depth and emotion throughout the entirety of the movie as well. Last year's superhero epic Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice holds the number one spot with $166 million for its opening weekend followed by Suicide Squad at $133 million.
Entertainment Weekly's "Ultimate Guide to Wonder Woman" is out now. The end, I would say, could have been a little better in my opinion. Painstakingly deciding to sacrifice her own life for those of her teammates, Diana individually defeats and dispatches Batman, Superman, and the rest of the team so she so that she can fight the evil alone as a Justice League of one, sparing her fiends. Producer Charles Roven represented Warner Bros on this matter, and explained to CinemaBlend why they chose to not include a post-credit scene.
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"Wonder Woman" has powered to an 11 million dollar opening at the Thursday previews, which includes a gross of 1.5 million at IMAX theaters.
Before she was Wonder Woman, she was Diana, princess of the Amazons, trained to be an unconquerable warrior.
Directed by Patty Jenkins, Wonder Woman is being produced by Charles Roven, Zack Snyder and Deborah Snyder, with Richard Suckle, Stephen Jones, Wesley Coller, Geoff Johns and Rebecca Roven serving as executive producers.