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Wonder Woman is both the Amazon we want and the Amazon we need.
May 29, 2018 Update: Don't miss the next DCU solo movie with this fall's Aquaman.
- Gal Gadot
- Chris Pine
- Connie Nielsen
- Robin Wright
- Danny Huston
- David Thewlis
- Saïd Taghmaoui
- Ewen Bremner
- Eugene Brave Rock
- Lucy Davis
Did You Know?
- This film had been in development since 1996, when Ivan Reitman was hired to write and direct it. In January 2001, Silver Pictures approached Todd Alcott to write a Wonder Woman script. He was replaced in August 2003 with Laeta Kalogridis. Later in March 2005, Joss Whedon was hired to not only write but also direct the film, but in February 2007, he left due to creative differences. On November 24, 2014, Michelle MacLaren was confirmed as director, but she dropped out on March 13, 2015 due to creative differences.
- When Steve and Diana get held up in the alley by the German thugs, the man who puts the revolver to Steve's head has the hammer cocked back. As the conversation continues the cocking sound can be heard again but there would be no need to as the gun was already cocked.
- Diana Prince: You're a man...
- Steve Trevor: Yeah... I mean... do I not look like one?
Atom User Reviews
Stop rating the movie 1 star because there are no compatible theatres in your area! Just pay full price and then make the judgement
I am very proud and privileged to be able to experience a landmark in film. Patty Jenkins helmed the first Wonder Woman film ever and she brought out the best DCEU has to offer so far. Gal Gadot was amazing, she's truly cemented in the role. This film sets itself apart with great distinction from the other films in the universe because it has HEART. Very well paced and great action set pieces. Go see this and be a part of history.
Though the action...sometimes has a slightly distracting video game feel, it’s often stirring stuff, and it’s skillfully integrated into the developing relationship between the title character and her mortal man.
As with all comics-based extravaganzas, brevity is anathema to the Patty Jenkins-directed Wonder Woman, and it doesn’t quite transcend the traits of franchise product as it checks off the list of action-fantasy requisites.
Wonder Woman is exciting, romantic, funny — and my favorite DC Extended Universe movie to date. With her courage and strength, Diana sets an example for everyone she meets, and she holds fast to her ideals even under great pressure. With any luck, she’ll provide similar inspiration to the directors of the DC Extended Universe in the years ahead.