With the critical and commercial success of Wonder Woman and an upcoming Justice League on track to have a very large opening, this is the time for the DCEU redemption song to play.Read More
A glorious minute and a half devoted to showcasing our lady Diana and her role in Justice League. (I've broken it down in case you can't watch video right now.) Plus, a movie new poster!Read More
Why would Diana 'walk away from mankind?' She wouldn't.
Gal Gadot clearly has no problem speaking up when she doesn't agree with the way Wonder Woman is depicted. And when it comes to how she was introduced in 'Batman v Superman,' she definitely doesn't agree. After leaving Themyscira and saving humanity in WWI, why would she have then, "walked away from mankind?" Short answer: she wouldn't.Read More
Wonder Woman and Harley Quinn are the most Googled Halloween costumes of 2017.Read More
A new Justice League poster is born and I have Many Thoughts.Read More
Interview: Rebecca Hall Praises Professor Marston As a “Traditional, Romantic Movie About Un-Traditional People”
I spoke with the supremely talented Rebecca Hall, who plays Elizabeth Marston in Professor Marston and the Wonder Women, and she had a lot to say about why she believes the film is so important.Read More
Patty Jenkins is Variety's "Power of Women L.A." issue cover subject, with very good reason. She recently signed on to helm Wonder Woman 2 for Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment, garnering the highest-paying deal given to any female filmmaker.Read More
Wonder Woman to the Justice League: "On my lead." Aquaman: "All right."Read More
Gal Gadot is hosting Saturday Night Live this weekend and we are very excited.Read More
Even when world events seem at their bleakest, humanity must've done something right for us to have Gal Gadot.Read More
In examining the cinematic variant covers put out for DC's Justice League, I had some qualms with how Wonder Woman was depicted, arguing that we'd never see a male superhero assume such a pose.Read More
You might have thought that would be the end of it when Director Patty Jenkins shut down James Cameron's unnecessary trashing of Wonder Woman, wherein he managed to hold himself up as a feminist standard. But he was back at it again earlier this week, so now someone else has stepped up to tell him to stay in his lane: Wonder Woman herself, Lynda Carter.Read More
Justice League Variant Covers Show Us Wonder Woman and The Flash in Action, but Did They Have to Draw Diana Like That?
In November, DC Comics will begin publishing cinematic variant covers attached to existing titles, in the hopes that fans will want to collect 'em all. Now they've released two featuring battle-ready Diana Prince and Barry Allen. We have some compliments and some concerns.Read More
James Cameron was asked to address his previous comments on Wonder Woman and I wish his response was even a little surprising.Read More
The idea of Wonder Woman not being heterosexual is not new, especially in recent years, with writer Greg Rucka confirming 100% that the Amazons of Themyscira have same sex relationships in the comics, but it's also not something Warner Bros. allowed her theatrical debut to really get into. That's not exactly surprising, but that doesn't make it less disappointing, and fans are trying to get something done about it.Read More
Visit Xena, Warrior Island.
"From the studio known for confusing length with depth, complexity with intelligence, and self-absorbed downers with heroism, the DCEU pulls off its biggest success by ... not doing those things."Read More
The "How It Should Have Ended" team gave us the DC superhero team-up we deserve, uniting Batgirl, Supergirl, and Wonder Woman in their imagined alternate ending.Read More
Patty Jenkins has officially signed on to take the helm of the Wonder Woman sequel. IT'S ALL HAPPENING. IT'S. ALL. HAPPENING!!!Read More
Review: Professor Marston and the Wonder Women a Breathless Depiction of How An Icon Was Born of Deep Love
4.5 out of 5 stars.
Diana of Themyscira is all about love, strength, and hope. It makes sense, then, that the person—nay, the people—responsible for her existence had a relationship that required more than the usual amount of strength and hope to survive, and that the love of three people was needed to create this one, iconic superheroine. Professor Marston and the Wonder Women gives us a beautiful and fascinating look at that relationship.Read More
If you love comic book history, nuanced female protagonists, LGBTQIA+-centric stories, and tales of unconventional relationships, Professor Marston and the Wonder Women will likely be right up your alley. It not only tells the story of the creation of Wonder Woman, but of how she was influenced by the relationship between her creator, William Marston, his wife Elizabeth, and their lover, Olive.Read More