"Wonder Woman" is apparently looked at as one of the most awaited DC cinematic renditions of the generation, especially with so much at stake. One person, in particular, to talk about how relevant the character is would be the actress to lead the movie herself, Gal Gadot.
It's a wonder to many how the standalone female DC movie, "Wonder Woman," will fare in the big screen, and how she can set a trend that will start a new era in superhero movies. Some may even think that "Wonder Woman" will be the best choice to lead the Justice League, particularly in the upcoming movie.
According to Collider, Gal Gadot believes in the individual prowess and capabilities of her character, Diana Prince. As the world has seen the best come from the male superheroes-pointing particularly towards both Batman and Superman who she is put right next to, and it might just be the time to see otherwise. Being looked at as a role model for women everywhere, Gadot said that "Wonder Woman" could just be the exclamation point that could inspire the female community.
As per IGN, Wonder Woman may also be the hero the DC universe needs for the moment, as she elevates hope despite the lack of it in most cases. In the film's trailers, it can be seen that Wonder Woman is determined to stand strong and alone against a plethora of the enemy's forces shooting at her. After how the past films of DC leaned more towards redemption, recognition and plain combative motives, "Wonder Woman" will carry peace in her own way.
"Wonder Woman" is scheduled to release on June 2, 2017. This will mark Gal Gadot's second appearance as the Themyscirian princess, as she is also expected to appear in this year's "Justice League." What do you think of Gal Gadot's perspective of Wonder Woman, and how she sees the DC superheroine?