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We're not sure how much shooting is left on Wonder Woman, but production will probably come to a close in the near future. Today, star Gal Gadot confirmed that she has wrapped on her portion of the solo DC adventure. Her last scenes took place in Italy, with the country standing in for Diana Prince's homeland of Themyscira. Here's what the actress had to say on her official Facebook page.
"Today was my last day shooting the solo Wonder Woman movie! It's been such an amazing, exciting, dreamy, happy and fascinating experience I will cherish it forever. Thank you to everyone who was involved, our amazing cast, crew and phenomenal director."
While there are no reports on how many scenes are left, there is some speculation that principle photography could last for a couple more weeks on Wonder Woman. It is believed that all of Gal Gadot's scene were »
With Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice in theaters starting today, it's time to get excited about Warner Bros. and DC's next big superhero adventure Wonder Woman, which arrives in theaters summer 2017, following the August release of Suicide Squad. While we've already seen Gal Gadot in her Wonder Woman costume, Entertainment Weekly has a decidedly different look at the iconic DC superhero in a photo that finds her flanked by three Amazon Warriors.
Here is our first look at Diana's mother, Queen Hippolyta (Connie Nielsen), and her two military aunts - General Antiope (Robin Wright) and Antiope's lieutenant, Menalippe (Lisa Loven Kongsli). These three warriors reside on Themyscira, a hidden island where the Greek myth of Amazon women has thrived for centuries. These ladies live in harmony, free to self-govern themselves away from the real world. This is Wonder Woman's birthplace. And these are the women who raised her. »
Wonder Woman steps out of Batman and Superman’s shadow in the first official photo from her upcoming spinoff.
Gal Gadot’s heroine, Princess Diana, stands alongside her mother, Queen Hippolyta (played by Connie Nielsen), and her two aunts — General Antiope (Robin Wright) and Antiope’s lieutenant, Menalippe (Lisa Loven Kongsli) — in the image released by Entrainment Weekly.
The photo shows Wonder Woman’s birthplace — the island of Themyscira where the Amazon women live — the setting of director Patty Jenkins’ upcoming origin movie on the evolution of Princess Diana into Wonder Woman.
“She is the only child they raised together,” Jenkins told EW of the powerful trio that trained Diana. “And their love for her manifests in a different way for each of them.”
“To me, they shouldn’t »
- Maane Khatchatourian
Entertainment Weekly has just revealed a first loo image from next year’s highly anticipated Wonder Woman, showcasing the main Amazonian cast and revealing the roles Connie Nielson, Robin Wright and Lisa Loven Kongsli will be playing.
From left to right is Lieutenant Menalippe (Kongsli), Diana (Gal Gadot), Hippolyta (Nielson) and General Antiope (Wright). The EW feature also details who exactly these three women are and how they’ve come to shape Diana into Wonder Woman. The feature states:
This trio of immortals is responsible for both raising and training Diana — the only child on this estrogen heavy isle — but they don’t always agree. Hippolyta, a revolutionary leader, longs to shelter her beloved daughter from the outside world, but Antiope, the Amazon responsible for Diana’s training, wants to prepare her. “She is the only child they raised together,” says Jenkins, calling from outside London, where she is deep into the film’s production. »
- Ricky Church
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