Find out what tea Gal Gadot Spills about her upcoming Wonder Woman Solo Movie on the flip….
Here we go again another dark DC comic movie to kill the fan base and audience of another live action superhero movie.
Hey DC Comics, learn the format from Marvel, there has to be humor and some upbeat moments in the film to keep get your audience to love the film.
And let’s be honest, Ben Affleck was a bad choice for Batman…he had no idea how to play the comic book superhero like his predecessor like Michael Keaton, he could touch a hair on Christian Bale and whats even more sad is George Clooney was even better as the bat.
The fake deepening of his voice when play the suave, Casanova billionaire Bruce Wayne was dreadful, lackluster and not believable because he came off like Ben Affleck trying to play superman. Please swap him out and get an actor who can have more dimension to the character like it deserves. Affleck played angry and that was it. We saw Angry Batman the whole time. Plus we had to relive his past, only something we’ve seen now three times in movies, its redundant and tiresome. It killed the movie. The first 45 minutes was a snooze fest and we blame Affleck for his poor choices to play angry the whole time.
Now we are hearing Gal Gadot‘s Wonder Woman the only thing interesting in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, that kept the movie from being an utter box office flop. The unpredictable shining beacon of light that brought energy to the grim third-act battle sequence is going to have another dark movie of her own?
Who is writing the films and why are they making the DC Extended Universe so damn dark?
Wonder Woman’s standalone movie is due out next year and we already heard film budgets are getting cut since Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’s movie was too dark and in the second week dropped 81% in audience attendance. NOT good, but writers are still moving forward with another dark DC Comic movie being dark?
Pretty soon we’re just going to attend Marvel Movies only since DC Comic films are NOT getting what fans want. It’s a blend of humor, action, dark and light all blended together to make a movie. Plus it needs strong actors that can play many levels to the complexity of the characters, not just angry like Ben Affleck.
Over the past couple films, the DCEU’s dark vibe has proven to be extremely divisive. And Warner Bros., it seemed, was listening: rumor had it the studio took the criticism to heart, ordering expensive reshoots on Suicide Squad to lighten the mood a bit. (For what it’s worth, Suicide Squad star Jai Courtney insists the reshoots are about punching up the action, not the comedy.)
Meanwhile, director Zack Snyder pointed out, the upbeat feel of something like the Flash TV series just wouldn’t fit into the grittier big-screen DCEU.
Gadot has the talent, the skill and the knowledge how to bring a superhero to life onscreen. Cavil and Affleck need to take lessons from Gadot, because she has it.
Although, Gadot hastens to assure fans, that doesn’t mean it’ll be without moments of levity. Gadot teased the Wonder Woman tone in a chat with Digital Spy:
Gal Gadot says:
“We all saw before the beautiful coming of age of Batman, Spider-Man, Superman. We don’t know anything about Wonder Woman.”
“We go back 100 years to when she’s more naïve. She’s this young idealist. She’s pure. Very different to the experienced, super-confident, grown-up woman you’ve seen.”
“She’s this young idealist. She’s pure. Very different to the experienced, super-confident, grown-up woman you’ve seen.”
Superhero stories can be grim and great — just look at Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy, or Marvel’s Daredevil and Jessica Jones series. And love it or hate it, the DCEU’s very specific vibe helps set it apart from its competitors at Disney and Fox. It’ll only be a problem if Wonder Woman indulges in bleakness for its own sake, robbing Diana of what we love about her (her empathy, her intelligence, her toughness) without offering anything new and interesting in return.
Wonder Woman has the same production companies behind it as did Batman v Superman. They are Warner Bros. (presents) (as Warner Bros. Pictures), Atlas Entertainment, Cruel & Unusual Films, DC Comics, DC Entertainment and RatPac-Dune Entertainment. The film is written by Jason Fuchs (the box office bomb Pan and Jane Austen’s Mafia! – neither film was impressive) and William M. Marston (DC Animated Movie writer of Justice League, Justice League: Doom and more) so there is hope.
Patty Jenkins is directing Wonder Woman, which also stars Chris Pine, Robin Wright, Connie Nielsen, and Lisa Loven Kongsli. It opens in theaters June 2, 2017.