While Wonder Woman's reshoots weren't as extensive as Justice League's will be, they did take place, and director Patty Jenkins revealed which scene was added in. This low drop from weekend to weekend is not only much lower than previous DCEU films, but it also allowed for Wonder Woman's $57M weekend to be the best second weekend in DCEU history.
"You know, it's not like a long journey didn't happen but what amazes me is how little has actually changed from the first cut other than tightening".
"We've seen more and more stronger female co-stars and supporting roles and that's been great, but this is really the first time, I think, where it's been a completely female-driven movie, female lead, super-hero movie that has done incredibly well".
Gadot has spoken publicly about her time in the Israeli military.
With a summer-defining hit on their hands, Goldstein said to expect to "see a lot more of Diana" and the "Wonder Woman" world in the future. Every piece of dialogue, every fight scene, and every bit of the film's magnificent score seem to move the film closer to the crux of this: what is evil? It doesn't rely on the dark drama of angsty billionaires or the sad irony of a sex-crazed psychotic psychiatrist- this is a film that questions what it means to be human.
In the Merrimack Valley, Wonder Woman fans - especially women - gave the movie positive reviews, crediting the character with being "independent", "headstrong" and "fearless". First off, where on Earth did she get time to shave her legs, curl her lashes, and apply a flawless streak of eyeliner every time a battle arose?
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"Otherwise, you're just looking at it through a window if you're not in that world".
In its second weekend out, Wonder Woman has clearly squashed any arguments its naysayers may make about its success.
Beyond my mild frustration with how polished Gadot's Diana is, there are a few elements that certainly weaken the film. "One who is self-confident is not afraid of movies - even if it's "Wonder Woman" standing before him", he wrote.
"She's basically telling the guys, 'No, I can do this".
Whilst it is a very action packed film, they do manage to feature some spot on comic relief from Lucy Davis as Etta Candy who provided the more light-hearted moments in the film and could have stolen the show if she had more scenes. But I think Gadot's Diana Prince will do just fine for now.