This RSS feed URL is deprecated

Wonder Women have been smashing the patriarchy since classical times - The Conversation UK

Roberta Magnani does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organization that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affiliations beyond their academic appointment. Partners. Swansea ...and more »

Wonder Woman banned by Lebanon over Israeli lead Gal Gadot - BBC News

Lebanon has banned superhero blockbuster Wonder Woman from cinemas, because the title character is played by an Israeli actress. Gal Gadot was formerly in the Israeli army. Military service is compulsory in the country. The Lebanese interior ministry ...and more »

Wonder Woman banned in Lebanon due to Israeli lead, Gal Gadot - The Guardian

Lebanon has banned Wonder Woman from showing in the country's movie theaters because the film's lead actor, Gal Gadot, is Israeli. Lebanon's Ministry of Economy issued the ban just before the film was scheduled to premiere in Lebanon, which is ...and more »

Wonder Woman, film review: Super Gal to the rescue - Evening Standard

All across the DC Extended Universe, from Krypton to Gotham (but most audibly from Warner Bros HQ) you can hear the sighs of relief. Thank god for Wonder Woman. After the long wait for something valuable from DC, recent purveyor of such gloomsome dross ...and more »

Wonder Woman's Unwinnable War - The New Yorker

Wonder Woman, played here by Gal Gadot, is disadvantaged by the impossible standards that attach to work by women entering fields dominated by men, and vulnerable, too, to the condemnation of women. PHOTOGRAPH BY CLAY ENOS / WARNER BROS. / EVERETT. In ...and more »

Professor Marston: the sex-mad shrink who invented Wonder Woman - Telegraph.co.uk

A new film out in cinemas tomorrow, Professor Marston and the Wonder Women, retells the real-life origins of Wonder Woman, the heroine who made her acclaimed big-screen debut earlier this year, 76 years after her first comic-book appearance. Over eight ...and more »

'Wonder Woman' is the best of DC's recent films — but it's not great - STLtoday.com

This image released by Warner Bros. Entertainment shows Gal Gadot in a scene from "Wonder Woman." (Clay Enos/Warner Bros. Entertainment via AP). The Associated Press. In a weak summer at the box office, bright spots abound. This image released by ...and more »

Can We Build a Better Blockbuster? Wonder Woman Points a Way Forward - TIME

Can a woman build a better superhero movie? If Patty Jenkins' Wonder Woman is any indication, the answer is: sort of. The first half of Jenkins' picture has a quietly pleasurable power, largely because at that point it seems to be trying to bust the ...and more »

'Wonder Woman' has a frisky, friendly spirit - Christian Science Monitor

Stars Gal Gadot and Chris Pine share a charming chemistry and director Patty Jenkins and screenwriter Allan Heinberg don't overdose on the violence, despite the film's World War I setting. 'Wonder Woman' stars Gal Gadot. Clay Enos/Warner Bros ...and more »

'Wonder Woman' Hits the Big Screen: A Look at 7 Real-Life Super Heroines - Biography

As "Wonder Woman" hits the big screen, we step back into herstory to look at the daring lives of seven real-life super heroines. Author: Sara Kettler; Publish date: Jun 1, 2017; Social count: 120. As "Wonder Woman" hits the big screen, we step back ...and more »