Published: Mon, June 05, 2017
Culture&Arts | By Sandra Brady

WONDER WOMAN Smashing Box Office With Captain In Tow

WONDER WOMAN Smashing Box Office With Captain In Tow

For a long time, fans and critics have known that Wonder Woman's greatest battle wouldn't be against Ares or attacking German soldiers, but against the bad aftertastes of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016) and Suicide Squad (2016) -both previous installments in the DC Extended Universe (Man of Steel (2013) wasn't awful, but it was still a very mediocre film). Its critical rating dropped from 97 percent on Rotten Tomatoes to 93 percent, but that's still worlds away from DC's other ventures. He stated the film shows that redemption for the DC universe is possible, and "hits on both a visceral and emotional level".

Featuring Gal Gadot as the Amazonian Princess Diana in the movie, the figure is finely crafted based on her appearance in Wonder Woman wearing the Themyscira training armor. But with "Wonder Woman", WB/DC finally has taken advantage of having access to some of the greatest superheroes in pop culture and made the type of movie everyone expected when they first announced they would try to build a movie universe the Marvel Studios way.

Wonder Woman is rated PG. The film is directed by Patty Jenkins (Monster), who becomes the first female director to helm a summer tentpole superhero film. On Friday, June 2 Wonder Woman burst into theaters and quickly managed to win over critics and fans alike. But since that's how producers think, I can't even blame Zack Snyder for it.

When Gal Gadot was cast as WONDER WOMAN there was a lot of backlash all over the world, and this site was not immune.

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She could nearly use a hand from Wonder Woman to gracefully handle those demands.

Entertainment Weekly's "Ultimate Guide to Wonder Woman" is out now.

From critiques on Wonder Woman's outfit, her super powers, and the villains she faces off against, Gadot and her crew back their heroine with the flawless one-two punch to get haters to finally sit the hell down.

"It's my favorite scene in the movie and it's the most important scene in the movie". I've always felt that their movies take themselves too seriously; they are supposed to be fun after all. The new movie explores her origins, but we've already seen her help Batman and Superman save the world (in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice).

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