In that vein, a recent Tumblr post has gone viral for raising an interesting point about Wonder Woman.
Gal Gadot shot to fame overnight with Wonder Woman and her superhero movie made more than $223 million in its opening weekend itself.
Wonder Woman has been doing well internationally and why shouldn't it - it is the first cinematic entry of the Justice League member whose only aim is to maintain peace and save humanity!
It would have been a fairly major plot twist if Wonder Woman had been pregnant in this summer's blockbuster (though I could see a working mum plot arc working), so it was vital that actor Gal Gadot's pregnancy be disguised.
After Lebanon chose to ban the new superhero film Wonder Woman, starring Gal Gadot, a cinema in Ramallah has now chosen not to screen the film, which has become a global hit.
Always referring to herself as Diana, Princess of Themyscira, Wonder Woman is a beacon of righteousness, decency and justice.
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"There is something about being a woman where you understand the nuances of femininity and female relationships that I think Patty brought to the table", says Finch, nevertheless pointing out that male directors like Joss Whedon of "The Avengers" can get it right too.
In the last few years, DC Comics have tried to match the unmatchable feat of 40-odd films by rival Marvel and apart from the Batman trilogy, no other film managed to come near Stan Lee's creations - until now. This low drop from weekend to weekend is not only much lower than previous DCEU films, but it also allowed for Wonder Woman's $57M weekend to be the best second weekend in DCEU history.
"Otherwise, you're just looking at it through a window if you're not in that world". She changes with the times. "That's why I let her see it". Even more ironic, as Trumpsters set out to "defund Planned Parenthood", Lepore makes clear that the model for Wonder Woman was none other than Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood.
All in all, I would recommend "Wonder Woman" to anyone who enjoys a good-quality blockbuster with a breath of fresh, feminist air.
Whilst it is a very action packed film, they do manage to feature some spot on comic relief from Lucy Davis as Etta Candy who provided the more light-hearted moments in the film and could have stolen the show if she had more scenes.
"She's basically telling the guys, 'No, I can do this".