For a long time, fans and critics have known that Wonder Woman's greatest battle wouldn't be against Ares or attacking German soldiers, but against the bad aftertastes of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016) and Suicide Squad (2016) -both previous installments in the DC Extended Universe (Man of Steel (2013) wasn't frightful, but it was still a very mediocre film). It was one of the better DC Universe animated films, but flew largely under the radar. Patty Jenkins's Wonder Woman, which had the dual responsibility of hitting the bull's eye as the first solo film dedicated to the female superhero as well as break the DCEU jinx, is here to change that.
The film is generating lots of buzzes as the film received the positive response from the critics along with the impressive ratings and the film is also getting a highly positive response from the audience. the film is expected to receive a grand opening at the box office.
For all the wide, high-octane spectacle in the new "Wonder Woman", perhaps the film's most special effect involves one central trick: turning the tables on viewer expectations.
Wonder Woman opens in theaters today.
The profile also reveals that both she and star Gal Gadot are contractually committed to a possible Wonder Woman sequel, which will take place in the modern day.
With even the not-so-prominent superheroes like Ant-Man having films of their own, a film dedicated to the most famous female superhero was much needed.
Before she was Wonder Woman, she was Diana, Princess of the Amazons, raised on a sheltered island paradise and trained to be an unconquerable warrior.
If you find yourself in the queue this weekend deciding between this and any other film, can I suggest you pluck up the courage and proudly say "one ticket for Wonder Woman, please". Gadot's Wonder Woman can be seen next in this November's Justice League.
Or maybe Wonder Woman 2 is still completely in flux. But it's her romantic arc with Trevor, steely belief in the good of humans and unwavering righteousness that all add up to make a wholesome good-versus-evil film that's surely bound for success. As luck would have it, Oscar-winning actress Lupita Nyong'o (12 Years A Slave, Star Wars: The Force Awakens) was fortunate enough to have seen the film already, taking to social media to tell us that it's "a superhero movie like none I have ever seen".
The fans can ignore the not so satisfying ending and appreciate the inspiring character of Diana Prince aka Wonder Woman.
"It's my favorite scene in the movie and it's the most important scene in the movie. I feel so honored to be making a movie about a Super Hero who stands for such important values".