If you're one of the millions of people who's seen Wonder Woman since its release, then you'll be familiar with a pivotal scene in which Diana Prince almost kills General Erich Ludendorff with a sword tucked into her dress.
That wasn't all as Winfrey even had popcorn buckets themed after "Wonder Woman", and couldn't resist dressing up in the character's signature metal bracelets and tiara. One of the executive producers at DC Comics / Warner recently made an announcement that might surprise the most loyal! We walked over to the management and told them that one of our few good nights out had just been ruined because the movie was just bad. In the movie, Wonder Woman seems to live forever, leaving behind those she loved.More news: Former UFC Fighter Tim Hague Reportedly Brain Dead After Boxing Match
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Both movies feature kickass women who have to deal mystical challenges, but did you notice a sequence in the flicks that are basically exactly the same? And the recipe worked very well. In the film's second weekend, Wonder Woman only dropped 45% in its earnings, grossing $57 million, proving that the film has the potential to make a lot of money long-term.
Are you happy to see Gadot show off her natural self? "She wants to be where the people are". Frankly, that's shocking, but the historical context of the superhero movie boon in which we find ourselves belies just what that means.
When Chris Pine's unconscious American military pilot Steve Trevor washes ashore, she finds herself and her newly-discovered superpowers plunged into World War I.