As first reported by Variety, actress Gal Gadot was paid $10 million for this film (which she also produces) - 33 times more than what she made on the first film, Wonder Woman (2017) ($300,000). See more »
(Around 1 hour 16 minutes) Barbara beats up the guy who attacked her in the park, kicking him into the road where he lands with his feet next to the curb. When Leo recognizes her the fallen rapist is lying in the middle of the road, with his feet nowhere near the curb. See more »
Some days, my childhood feels so very far away. And others, I can almost see it: the magical land of my youth, like a beautiful dream of when the whole world felt like a promise... and the lessons that lay ahead yet, unseen. Looking back, I wish I'd listened, wish I'd watched more closely and understood. But sometimes, you can't see what you're learning until you come out the other side.
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The Warner Bros and DC Comics logos and the film title are made out of television lines. See more »
Adagio in D Minor (Orchestra Mix)
Written & Performed by John Murphy
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In quarantine, you'll buy anything.
Very colorful, lots of money spent. Kristin Wiig was a masterpiece of miscasting. She wasn't funny; she wasn't scary, but great costume. The whole plot was a vehicle to resurrect Chris Pine, but there was no real chemistry between them. It made the lines of endearment quite awkward and the embraces seemed forced. All the usual tropes: WW loses some of her powers, so there can be suspense; she plays Spiderman and holds two vehicles apart. Just nothing new and Gad Gadot proves again that she's a glamour model and poses well. She can't act. Still - entertainment in a vacuum of good movies, so watch it and be distracted for TWO AND A HALF hours.
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