Baahubali 2 and Wonder Woman 'share' an iconic scene. No, seriously
- Author: Salvatore Jensen Jun 14, 2017,
Jun 14, 2017, 16:14
Set during World War I, the opening scene for "Wonder Woman" features a modern-day Diana receiving a photograph through her mail. And yet, for some reason, it appears that Warner Bros. didn't have director Patty Jenkins sign a contract that included an option for a Wonder Woman sequel.
It's reported WB and Patty Jenkins should begin negotiations for Wonder Woman 2, which may see Jenkins also get script duties with DC co-runner Geoff Johns on the Wonder Woman sequel and potential other movies.
Playing Wonder Woman catapulted her into stardom.
She also loved the new movie starring actress Gal Gadot.
The ban is in accordance with a decades-old law that boycotts Israeli products and bars Lebanese citizens from travelling to Israel or having contacts with Israelis.
It was at this moment, when she got a call from Snyder and he said, "I don't know if you have this character in Israel, if she's big or not. but did you ever hear about Wonder Woman?".
Well, I still love watching movies and, yep, I still love talking about them. The action packed origins story of the famed comic book superhero raked in more than $103 million in the United States, on its opening weekend.
More than half, 52%, of the film's audience this weekend were female - a significant number for a genre that has been dominated by men.
Patty Jenkins gave us a bit of hope when she hinted in an interview with Fandango that she hasn't entirely ruled out the possibility for a Chris Pine/Steve Trevor presence in Wonder Woman 2.
The costume department had to cut the green cloth of her front costume so that her baby bump could be altered later in the post-production stages of the film. Women are exhausted of sex and want to see men get their ass kicked is my analysis. I mean, it's attractive and powerful, and also so sad, because he's dead, and also he won't be back for Wonder Woman 2!
"There's something iconic about. the story of Wonder Woman that's hitting the zeitgeist perfectly".