Gal Gadot on why Wonder Woman 1984 isn't really a sequel

Gal Gadot on why Wonder Woman 1984 isn't really a sequel

Also in the mix is Kristen Wiig as Wonder Woman's arch-nemesis from the comics, the Cheetah. "And this story is a story of its own".

In the original film Wonder Woman, we saw that Steve Trevor died by sacrificing himself to save people; his plane was exploded. But other than that, it's a whole new world, and the era is different, and Diana is different, and the story is new...she's not naive anymore. Let's discover out!we get to see marvel ladies in different DC motion pictures after that and we are going to commonly going to get it due to the huge reputation it obtained and big loyal fan base. I think she may have started to develop the story while we were doing the promotion [du premier film]. (WonderCave?) It's exciting to see Diana take the lead, which Gadot explains in an interview with Total Film is part of the reversed dynamic of Wonder Woman 1984.

Cover after cover, image after image, the promotion campaign Wonder Woman 1984 continues... Earlier this year, Patty Jenkins, director of the film, too reacted to the controversy surrounding the character's return. "She's more mature. We meet a very much evolved character in this one", she explained. It's a different tone, look, feel, world, and context.

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"I've really hit the pause button", Jenkins says of the third film. "Because the truth is, where that plotline was coming from was our state of being six months ago".

The report said Gadot and her family returned to Israel on an El Al flight from Los Angeles on June 12, the same flight as the son of an American media magnate who was deported for violating the country's coronavirus quarantine rules while paying a secret visit to his model girlfriend.

"I assumed it was a pleasant thought. That's just one clear indication of a big tonal shift this time out", He continued. "Cheetah was the villain that we were focused on having in this movie, but then Max Lord, throughout the history of Wonder Woman comics - he serves a very mechanical goal, often", the said while explaining the reason behind adding two villains.

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