Wonder Woman Is Everything You’ve Been Waiting For

The first female-led superhero film, after seventy-six years, hundreds of male-dominated superhero films “Wonder Woman” appears on track to be a smash hit and a much-needed shot in the arm for the DC Comics extended universe.
In spite of with the usual muscular origin story,. it has taken nigh on a century to bring Wonder Woman, first published as a comic book in 1941, to the silver screen.  


Playing world's biggest female superhero in one of the summer's biggest films takes a strong woman. It is not a surprise that the performance of Gal Gadot, the actor behind the bracelets nailing the part of Wonder Woman.
Gal Gadot's “Wonder Woman” is currently soaring to a $100 million opening weekend at the North American box office.
The movie carries: Amazon warrior Diana Prince (played by Gal Gadot) and Steve Trevor (Chris Pine), an American spy fighting alongside the Brits in World War I, are brave, physical characters which millennials can relate to. It is said these characters were created by a psychologist back in 1941 and was inspired by early feminists.


“Wonder Woman” director Patty Jenkins jumps onto the scene as one of the genre’s best directors in her debut, which is a considerable wonder as women don not get many chances to direct big-budget movies.
Critically praised Wonder Woman is currently Warner Bros.’ best-reviewed superhero movie since 2008’s The Dark Knight.
On Rotten Tomatoes, Wonder Woman has a 93 percent rating, a hugely positive number that easily surpasses many movies such as Batman v Superman, Suicide Squad and Man of Steel.  It also ranks just below The Dark Knight, which sits at 94 percent and beats every film in the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe except for the first Iron Man movie.

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