WONDER WOMAN Round Up: Gal Gadot’s Muscles; Kevin Smith Says The Solo Movie Is A Gold Mine
With rumors that we might get some costume reveals for Batman Vs Superman, title pending, a couple of small tidbits of information about Wonder Woman have trickled out over the weekend. Nothing huge that warrants its own article, but a few interesting nuggets regarding the Amazon Princess that we thought you should know.
First up, Kevin Smith is back talking about his beloved DC characters again. During a Facebook Q & A, found by ComicBook.com, Smith touched on how he thinks a potential Wonder Woman movie could do huge business. “I think a Wonder Woman movie could make a fortune and be a real breakthrough for the comic book movie. Girls and women like fantasy too, and they also have disposable income. Why there’s not a Wonder Woman or Black Widow solo movie already is baffling. IF YOU BUILD IT, SHE WILL COME…”
Next up comes in the form of what we might be able expect in terms of Gal Gadot’s physique as Wonder Woman in Batman Vs Superman. The people over at Stark Industries, have posted a photo (check it out below) that features Gadot flexing what appears to be her new Wonder Woman muscles. To back that the photo is real they posted the following caption, translated from Russian, “We continue to keep you updated on the physical form of Gal Gadot”
So there you have it! Kevin Smith thinks, and I agree, that a solo Wonder Woman movie could cash in at the box office, and Gal Gadot is starting to put on some muscles for her role as Diana in Batman Vs Superman. Filming for the movie is said to begin sometime in late April or early May so she still have some time to put on a bit more muscle. However, I think she looks great and that only a little, if any, more is needed. For the latest on all things Wonder Woman, make sure to check back here at Comic Book Therapy.
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