From Man of Steel to Suicide Squad, the DC Extended Universe (DCEU) films may have raked in the moolah, but they left critics largely unimpressed. In recent years DC has seen Marvel take the lead in making great superhero movies; it hasn't been since Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight" that a DC film has been critically acclaimed, but this film may change that.
Now a new profile about Jenkins from the Hollywood Reporter revealed that both Jenkins and Gadot are contracted to make Wonder Woman 2 should Warner Bros. decide to make it-and honestly, at this point, that seems like a given.
While we're going to have to wait to see whether the powers-that-be over at Warner Bros. and DC opt to green light a Wonder Woman sequel, there is some good news for those craving more of the Amazonian princess!
Finally, DC got it right - Wonder Woman is a thrill ride that's entertaining from beginning to end.
On top of that, the central character is a woman - with a female director leading this incredibly jovial film into public consciousness.
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In that landscape, "Wonder Woman" director Patty Jenkins could take over the title of biggest all-time three-day domestic opening for a female director if she can pass Sam Taylor-Johnson's $85.1 million opening for 2015's "Fifty Shades of Grey". Remembering the childhood tale of Ares, the vanquished God of War, who would return to make mankind destroy itself, Diana sets out to kill Ares and bring peace to the world, much against her mother's wishes.
But even as Gadot's star rises all over the world this weekend, we should not forget the first time she won our hearts in a major action film. Roven recently confirmed that it would be hard for movies to exist within the DC cinematic universe in the space between Batman v Superman and Justice League, confirming the latter takes place nearly directly after the former.
Arguably the film's most on-the-nose scene featuring her fellow warriors includes Sameer's statement that his ethnicity is an impediment to pursuing a career in the West as an actor.
Gal Gadot is Israeli, which means she's Jewish, like me, but also tan, and hard to understand, and from a country that could explode at any moment-this reminds me of my own body, and I love that.