Two Alamo Drafthouse theaters in the Denver area held women-only screenings of the movie as a fundraiser for the ACLU and Planned Parenthood.
Before she was Wonder Woman, she was Diana, princess of the Amazons, trained to be an unconquerable warrior. But the movie starring the Israeli-born Hollywood actress, Gal Gadot, hasn't received the warmest of receptions in many Middle-Eastern and North-African countries owing primarily to Gadot's Israeli heritage. That it's sexist? A double standard? I think her passion for the character spilled out to all of us. Steve knows that it's more complicated than a simple supervillain, but he agrees to help Diana find Ares if she helps him get off the island. One way in which Wonder Woman is very much like all those other superhero movies is that Diana is treated with awe by the camera, but also with respect. It's also been confirmed that Diana's mother, Queen Hippolyta, will return for the team-up movie as well, once again played by Connie Nielsen. The second-and spoiler-full-article is about the significance of the movie taking place during World War I, and what that says about World War II (and the Jews, obviously).
"Wonder Woman" has garnered more than 2.19 million tweets so far this year, according to exclusive information obtained by Variety from Twitter.
The movie is based on the DC comics character, Wonder Woman earning Gadot critical acclaim.
She was given a one-picture deal with the studio reluctant to commit to a director who had just one previous film, her 2003 debut Monster, under her belt. Now we'll just have to wait on updates for the Wonder Woman sequel. She told Business Insider during a Facebook Live interview: "I would love to, and we're all definitely excited about it". It appears the studio is still in the process of figuring things out and is waiting for the right time to unveil their new plan. But despite the formation of this unprecedented league of heroes- Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg, and The Flash- it may already be too late to save the planet from an assault of catastrophic proportions.