Director James Cameron has criticised the recent Wonder Woman film as 'a step back' for women in Hollywood. The Titanic and Terminator film-maker told the Guardian: "All of the self-congratulatory back-patting Hollywood's
This summer's blockbuster Wonder Woman will be followed up with a sequel. Movie bosses confirmed that Wonder Woman II was in the works at San Diego Comic-Con this weekend. News of the sequel was expected following the huge success of the
Gal Gadot is the new kid on the block that we all want to be best buds with. The Israeli actress has shot to fame this year as the female star of “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” and has made us swoon with her impeccable red carpet style during the film’s world tour. Aptly, the 30-year-old plays Wonder Woman in the flick, and her fashion-forward ensembles definitely thrust her into the spotlight - even if her character doesn’t get a shout out in the title.
Reddit user twines18 posted a photo of the letter sent, along with a couple of snaps of the child’s lunchbox, explaining that the school finds Wonder Woman to be a figure that represents violence. “We noticed that Laura has a Wonder Woman lunchbox that features a super hero image,” reads the letter. Super heroes certainly fall into that category.” Seems fair enough, superheroes do tend to throw a few punches. So surely aspiring to the likes of Wonder Woman (one of the only female superheroes, let’s not forget) is a positive thing?