Wonder Woman, also known as Diana Prince, is an elusive force in "Batman v Superman", immaculately dressed, coyly intelligent and drawing the attention of Ben Affleck's Bruce Wayne - the playboy billionaire alter-ego of Batman.
Of course, the look and feel of these Amazonian warriors practically channels "Xena: Warrior Princess"... and considering the Greek origins of Wonder Woman and her Amazonian pals, it really isn't much of a surprise. No one's listed as playing her on Wonder Woman's IMDB page and, more importantly, she's missing from the Entertainment Weekly photo. Meanwhile, people are going to "Batman v Superman" for Wonder Woman, Inform News reports in this video. "She brings something particular, something statuesque, something otherworldly to the character". It's remarkable to see. It made me better! She's my favorite part of the movie when she shows up.
Alongside Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman in this exclusive new image, we find Queen Hippolyta (played by Connie Nelson)... and joining them are her two aunts, General Antiope (played by Robin Wright) and Antiope's lieutenant, Menalippe (played by Lisa Loven Kongsli). "Every one of them is obsessed with breasts". Diana [Prince] came from Themyscira, an island, she knows hundreds of languages, she has been around for 5000 years.
Wonder Woman has been singled out a highlight in the divisive Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, so the pressure is definitely on for Jenkins and Warner Bros.to deliver here.
Wonder Woman was created by the American psychologist William Moulton Marston and drawn by H. G. Peter. Patty Jenkins, the acclaimed director behind Monster, has taken the helm on Wonder Woman, which will finish out its production this April in Italy, where all of the Themyscira scenes are being shot. "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice", on the other hand, will make its way to cinemas on March 25.