Published: Sat, June 03, 2017
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

'Wonder Woman' marks DC's triumphant return to great storytelling

'Wonder Woman' marks DC's triumphant return to great storytelling

"We're here to try to carry forth something so attractive that she really brought into the world and we just want it to go into the future".

"I have no idea", she told the Sun down the line from Los Angeles recently.

It's a fun, rollicking spin into a franchise that hasn't received the same attention as so many DC and Marvel Universe characters. She grows as the movie progresses from an idealistic Diana who believes that she can save the world to a young woman who deals with the fact that not everything in life is black and white.

"Wonder Woman" is enhanced by its setting in the past: World War I. This allows Wonder Woman, arguably the most revered female superhero of all time, to get the uninterrupted origin story she deserves without the interference of other characters, before her eventual call-up to the Justice League. In an interview with CinemaBlend, producer Charles Roven discussed whether or not a Wonder Woman sequel was being considered. "I really enjoyed that". "We are a continuation of a vision and a dream of a great character". "I'm excited for her to come to America and become the Wonder Woman we are all familiar with from having grown up around her as an American superhero".

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MORE's executive producer Janie Rios screened the film and said it was the flawless mix of what you want in a superhero movie: backstory, action and build-up.

"I think she is the grand, classic superhero", Jenkins says of her muse. "We aspire to be as graceful and wonderful as she has been as the representative of Wonder Woman".

This uber hot Israeli model not just loves her action packed roles, but even owns a mean machine. It would then take four more years to get her second film into theatres. "It's not about fighting, it's not about who is stronger than whom; it's not about women versus men", the actress said. "I actually knew I was going to do the movie because of that", said Pine.

It's not a stretch to say that Wonder Woman is the best of the recent DC Comics movies, but that's kind of damning with faint praise. Diana's physical prowess is obvious, but her resolve in standing up for those who can't stand up for themselves is where Gadot truly shines. "I know the storylines for a lot of the films they are working on and they are all vastly different with very different tones and very different styles of storytelling".

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