Director, cast of Wonder Woman talks to Deco
- Author: Salvatore Jensen Jun 02, 2017,
Jun 02, 2017, 17:08
The Israeli-born Gadot didn't grow up with Wonder Woman, but she was always on the lookout for powerful characters to play.
This is where "Wonder Woman" really takes off, but the film is in no hurry to get to the battlefield. Pine's Trevor is confident without being too cocky, and most importantly he adds humor, an element that the recent DC films have woefully lacked.
Patty Jenkins is the first woman to direct a big budget superhero movie with a female protagonist and the fact that this movie is so good will definitely play a large role in the future in ensuring that we get more movies with strong women in central roles.
She said tickets would be $10 for kids (supervised by an adult), $15 concession/unwaged, $20 adult/waged or $25 by donation. Wonder Woman is not a ideal movie, mind you, but a good one.
Entry to the event at the Northern Rivers Hotel will be $5.
DC should be very proud of Wonder Woman.
If you find yourself in the queue this weekend deciding between this and any other film, can I suggest you pluck up the courage and proudly say "one ticket for Wonder Woman, please".
Sensing that Ares, the Greek god of war is behind the bloodshed, Diana agrees to take the spy back to London, and then it's off to the Belgian frontlines where she plans on killing the god and bringing peace back to the world. Clips like this are just making the anticipation even greater. Here, she is tasked with saying and doing things that are insane, as all comic book movie stars do, but she does so with conviction and earnestness. Like the band of roguish er rogues in Rogue One, we're rooting for these guys who go in behind enemy lines all guns blazing with hope and a sense of loyalty in their hearts - and Wonder Woman by their side of course. "Really, every action sequence is from her point-of-view and for her story". For Robin Wright, who was raised on the "Wonder Woman" TV show, training and shooting with the Amazons was the best part. And post-credits scene or not, it sounds like Wonder Woman is a triumphent solo debut for the most popular heroine of all time.
"I think it was a little daunting for the men because it was very unusual".
Gal Gadot (as Wonder Woman): "How can a woman possibly fight in this?"
She called Jenkins "the biggest cheerleader of them all". I know it's me.
A pretty apt description of Diana, if you ask us.