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

Wonder Woman is an unsettling superhero. More so than her male counterparts, she resists easy classification: she's neither an alien or a billionaire – nor has she been exposed to some chemical to obtain her powers. The comic books cast her as a ...and more »

Wonder Woman: the greatest superhero flick since The Dark Knight? – discuss with spoilers - The Guardian

After the horrors of previous DC Extended Universe movies, this simple origin story is a tonic that takes its own sweet time. This article contains spoilers. Ben Child · @BenChildGeek. Fri 2 Jun 2017 08.00 EDT Last modified on Thu 22 Feb 2018 14.42 EST ...and more »

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

The DC adventure was denied a release just hours before the film was scheduled to screen after being referred to as 'the Israeli soldier film'. Amanda Holpuch · @holpuch. Wed 31 May 2017 12.57 EDT Last modified on Thu 22 Feb 2018 14.42 EST. Share on ...and more »

Can Wonder Woman save Hollywood from its problem with female superheroes? - The Guardian

The reviews are in, and they're warm. Box office projections are rosier still. As Wonder Woman powers fist-first into cinemas, a surge of cautious hope is rising in the industry, the tingling suggestion of a barrier about to be broken – has Hollywood ...and more »

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

June 2, 2017 —As franchise superhero movies based on DC Comics go, “Wonder Woman” is not half bad. How's that for a ringing endorsement? It's overlong at 141 minutes and suffers from too much origin story exposition and middling CGI effects, but it ...and more »

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

Wonder Woman may be a fictional superhero, but women throughout history have demonstrated similar bravery, fighting abilities and commitment to doing what's right. With the release of the much-anticipated Wonder Woman movie today, here are seven real ...and more »

Everything you need to know about Gal Gadot, the actress who stars in 'Wonder Woman' - The Independent

For those unfamiliar with her name, the 32-year-old actress was best known for her roles in four "Fast and Furious" films before taking on the role of Wonder Woman alongside Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill in "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice." Now she ...and more »

Why are women crying when they watch 'Wonder Woman' fight? - USA TODAY

Why are women crying when they watch Wonder Woman fight? Director Patty Jenkins has grown accustomed to hearing stories about Wonder Woman audience members welling up as Gal Gadot, playing DC Comics heroine Diana Prince, grabs her shield and sword and ...and more »

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

The good news about the long-awaited “Wonder Woman” is that it's the best of the recent set of DC films, following the dull “Man of Steel” (2013) and the dark “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice” (2016). The origin tale explains how Princess Diana ...and more »