Jon Hamm Praises Gal Gadot & Wonder Woman


The photo - which in addition to Diana and Charlie also includes Steve Trevor (Chris Pine), Sameer (Saïd Taghmaoui) and The Chief (Eugene Brave Rock) - was captured four months before Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was even set for theatrical release, meaning the set designers for Wonder Woman were still early on in production.

The Marvel cinematic universe managed to prove that men and women both go to the theater to see superhero movies with the popularity of characters like Black Widow, Gamora and The Scarlet Witch.

Meanwhile, "Wonder Woman" continues its impressive run at the global Box-Office burying Tom Cruise-starrer "The Mummy" at the US and the U.K. Box-Office.

Oprah placed the cake's topper on top while chanting, 'Wonder Woman!'

Wonder Woman makes feminism look artful and effortless.

Of course, a theme party wouldn't be a theme party without costumes.

Before she (Gal Gadot) was Wonder Woman, she was Diana, princess of the Amazons, trained to be an unconquerable warrior.

Wonder Woman is directed by Patty Jenkins, from a screenplay by Allan Heinberg & Geoff Johns, story by Heinberg & Zack Snyder and Jason Fuchs, and stars Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Connie Nielsen, Robin Wright, Danny Huston, Elena Anaya, Lucy Davis, Saïd Taghmaoui, Ewen Bremner and David Thewlis. I grew up going to see wonderful movies with awesome men at the heart of them and no one dragged me screaming and kicking to see these movies.

It's been a long time coming but our favorite female superhero finally made it to the cinema in her own movie.

Wonder Woman now has an 87.75 Composite Score. Props to its director, Patty Jenkins ("Monster"), who understands even blockbusters need to build strong characters and relationships. "Just a gorgeous piece I love".

Because of the way the movie was shot, with people other than heterosexual men in mind, viewers got to see how a woman's body reacts to actual physical movement instead of just seeing it pose. She adds, however, that no one real person can foot that all too ambitious bill, either.

In spite of some minor gripes, there is still so much to celebrate with "Wonder Woman". Also, women action stars are never seen as true leaders, they feel canned and contrived. "Wonder Woman" is banned from showing in Lebanon due to Gadot's personal post against the country while she was serving in the Israeli military. It seems only natural that a female director would be more in touch with and better appreciate the value of a female hero, and Jenkins, working from a screenplay by Allan Heinberg, shows great affection and respect for her main character, although not necessarily because the main character is a woman. Let us be honest, is there any doubt Wonder Woman would beat this someone with a face like this, God or not?