First Look At Gal Gadot & Chris Pine In Wonder Woman Movie

The Wonder Woman that you see in Batman v Superman is a woman who has been around, and she's very experienced. She was part of an Amazonian tribe of women living away from the carnal gaze of men and just essentially hanging out in awesome togas or kicking ass in equal measures. She is the hero we all deserved in the film and the character who ultimately wins the audiences celebratory cheers because she's the one whose only motives were to strictly save lives.

The stakes were high for the Warner Bros. superhero showdown, which cost $250 million to make and some $150 million to market.

In line with Patty Jenkins' upcoming DC Comics film "Wonder Woman", Gal Gadot as Princess Diana of Themyscira herself talked about her character and what fans could expect in the film. The team worked in the Greek influence, but Roven notes that they didn't want to ground Diana's mythical homeland too much in reality: "It's a place that has the "you've never been to" kind of feel'". "She always says, 'Yeah, they fall asleep and the prince saves them.' I'm so happy about the fact that we are bringing Wonder Woman back to life".

Sure, Diana might already be in her costume and fighting the good fight in Batman v Superman this week, but before that, she had to be honed into one of the greatest fighters in the DC universe. This makes sense. After all, outside of the Dark Knight and Man of Steel, she’s DC’s most popular hero, and her solo film will be the first, dropping next year. As to who will win the titular fight, 59 percent said Batman, while 41 percent said Superman, and apparently neither Wonder Woman nor "internet comments sections" were options. Menalippe, Antiope's lieutenant, also trains Wonder Woman.

During the Gaza war, she made a equanimous tweet, saying, "i prey [sic] for the safety of the citizens on both sides and for the day we will live in peace and harmony Amen" - for which she subsequently came under fire at home. "It's so important for girls and boys to have a strong female superhero to look up to". But when fight arrives, she can fight.

"Gal cuts a fine figure as Wonder Woman", Cavill told the Toronto Sun. "Little did I know that soon after, I would land this magnificent role". I didn't hate it (shocking, I know) - but I also didn't love it. Though most of the film was an arduous slog through the mud, there were moments, though few and far between, that I found quite thrilling.