Wonder Woman 3 is now said to be in development. The “anti-woke” Vloggers on Youtube had been complaining about Wonder Woman 1984 while not even watching the movie. It is not the best movie per se but it is a good movie. They said it is a flopped because it only made $85,400,000 in the box-office. The movie made that amount of money in the middle of a Pandemic. Around 50% of the HBO Max subscribers had watched the movie.
The Wonder Woman 1984 trailer is totally rad, and we’re not just saying that because it’s historically appropriate. We’ve watched this at least five times in a row; it’s just that good. Princess Diana soars through a stormy sky, performs spectacular slo-mo stunts, chases criminals through Starcourt Mall, and at the end reveals an awesome new set of body armor. And that rearrangement of a Depesche Mode ditty is just exquisite. Hear for yourself.
One of the coolest things about a cinematic universe is the possibility of crossovers from various other films and characters that’s connected to it. This speaks especially to the comic book universes of Marvel and DC Comics. In fact, for Marvel, these crossovers were how the Avengers were basically formed. And for DC Comics, the crossovers played a larger part in bringing everything together for Justice League. Now though, Zachary Levi, who will play SHAZAM! in the upcoming film coming up next year wants a main Justice Leaguer to cameo in his film: Wonder Woman.
One of the heads of DC Comics is a man by the name of Geoff Johns, and during an interview, he was asked about Wonder Woman and why a certain twist in a comic book played out like it did for her. His response has always stuck with me, “Because there is no one who loves the world more than Diana.” And that’s very true. Wonder Woman is arguably one of the purest superheroes ever made, and that’s why the Wonder Woman film had to be a great representation of the character, else it be criticized. I’m here to tell you that this film is easily one of the most beautiful films I have ever seen, bar none.
Gal Gadot was at Rhode Island Comic Con this weekend and got to talk about her upcoming film Wonder Woman. She’s already debuted in the DCEU, but this film will be all about her. And she’s really excited: