Some of you may remember that I used to do movie reviews for our sister publication, Let’s Go. Born with mysterious powers, Diana may be tough, but she’s also baffled by much of what she discovers in the troubled Europe of World War One, including cultural mores, gender-based clothing restrictions, the tragedies of war, and revolving doors. But not even Marvel has given a female superhero her own film, and audiences were clearly waiting for one to provide a fresh take on summer blockbusters.
As for the film’s star, Gal Gadot already has an option in place for her to reprise the superhero role in Wonder Woman 2 (it’s in her overall deal for all the DCEU movies), so that’s not a concern at all. For Gadot, that shouldn’t have been a surprise. Another report claimed the majority of those buying tickets for the film were women, another first for the superhero genre. It’s standard procedure for these sorts of movies now.
Now that “Wonder Woman” has soared to such heights, it is time to look ahead to its sequel.
Not signing Jenkins for a follow-up was somewhat understandable. Director Patty even joked that she would now be able to tell Gal’s three-month-old daughter Maya that she was in her mother’s stomach while they shot a battle sequence.
‘ “Wonder Woman, ‘ she said, “is for everybody”.
Everyone’s losing their shit over how good Wonder Woman is. And it hasn’t even opened in some worldwide territories yet. Warner Bros. would be insane not to bring Patty Jenkins back, and the uproar would be deafening.
The guys in the cast learned about the Amazon princess from working on the film.
Diana Prince finds herself in Europe in her origin story, but Jenkins plans to move her stateside for the next film. It also broke a record for the highest-grossing debut by a female director. However, early into the film, Wonder Woman appears to reinforce the harmful bury your gays trope, a trope that gives the LGBTQ community rare representation on-screen. only for one of the partners to abruptly be killed off.
I think what you learn is rhythm, tone, humor where the jokes are happening but in our case, I just now can finally say all this.
The love story between Diana and Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) is an unnecessary attempt at relating the demigod to mankind, when she is more than capable of finding worth in humanity without spending the night with the new Captain Kirk. Fed up with the situation, she decides to take action and steps out of the trenches and takes on the German soldiers on the other side.