Gal Gadot has announced that she won’t go forward with Wonder Woman 2 unless Warner Brothers cancels its co-financing deal with accused sexual assailant/director Brett Ratner, whose company RatPac Entertainment co-produced, and profited from, the first film. RatPac-Dune, a joint venture with Dune Entertainment, also…
Even if you’re familiar with Professor Marston and the Wonder Women, the film about the man behind Wonder Woman, you might not know that a black woman wrote and directed it. Probably because most of Angela Robinson’s career has largely been in the shadows of television, directing and producing such hit series as The L…
As a kid, Vita Ayala grew up loving Wonder Woman comics. As an adult, they’ve gotten to write Diana of Themyscira twice. But Ayala isn’t content with just living the dream of working on a big corporate superhero. The New York City native is make comics that give voice to people without money, power or privilege.
Decades ago, superhero comics were looked down on as trash. During that same time period, romantic relationships between anything other than one man and one woman were regarded as freakish illnesses. A new movie about the life and loves of the man who created Wonder Woman shows how artistic and sexual prejudice…
In an interview with the Guardian in August, James Cameron called Wonder Woman an “objectified icon,” saying that Patty Jenkins’s movie and Gal Gadot’s portrayal was a “step backwards.” As an expert in what is good for women in film, it is no surprise that he is doubling down.
It was taking awhile to get Patty Jenkins signed on to direct the sequel to mega-hit Wonder Woman, with rumors circulating that Jenkins and Warner Bros were in a bit of a stand off over what she should be paid. On Monday, she closed the deal. Baby, she is getting paaaaid.
James Cameron took a break from making the four most unnecessary sequels the world of cinema has ever known to comment on Wonder Woman. He doesn’t like how much women like it, because Wonder Woman is too hot to be strong, I guess? Director Patty Jenkins has weighed in and, shockingly, her take is much better than…
James Cameron, a man to whom I turn regularly for his opinions, has offered his very hot take on Wonder Woman and feminism. Would you like to hear it?
With the success of Wonder Woman, both director Patty Jenkins and luminous star Gal Gadot have gotten a lot of questions about what’s next. Well, Wonder Woman 2, of course. But how about making Gal Gadot the next 007?
Patty Jenkins is reportedly close to finalizing a deal to direct the Wonder Woman sequel, after months of salary negotiations.
Blockbusters are big money, and 2017 counts Wonder Woman and Dunkirk as two of this summer’s biggest hits. Unfortunately, that success means that we’re all helping to further line the pockets of the Koch brothers.
San Antonio, Texas, will soon be the new home to Six Flags’ Wonder Woman Golden Lasso Coaster. Much like Wonder Woman the movie, this roller coaster will be breaking new ground in its field: thrills!
Warner Bros. has announced that the sequel to Wonder Woman is officially happening with a release date set for December 2019, so just make sure you’re free then!
Now we know that Wonder Woman, the biggest movie of the summer, is definitely getting a sequel. But director Patty Jenkins is still not confirmed to return as director.
After the first one smashed box office records into smithereens, Warner Bros. has confirmed that Wonder Woman 2 will indeed be a reality, releasing the news today at San Diego’s Comic-Con.
When William Marston first created Wonder Woman in 1941 she was designed to be many things: a patriotic goddess always in the pursuit of the truth and an emblem of female power inspired by the politics of Margaret Sanger. She was, also, kinky as hell.
Wonder Woman’s box office sweep continues. The film has already broken records for having the highest US opening weekend for a woman director. As of this box office weekend, it became the highest grossing domestic release from the DC Extended Universe ever.