Published: Sat, January 06, 2018
Entertaiment | By Paul Elliott

Why Gal Gadot Didn't Respond to James Cameron's "Wonder Woman" Criticism

Why Gal Gadot Didn't Respond to James Cameron's

In a new interview with Entertainment Weekly, the actress opened up about director Patty Jenkins' lengthy negotiations, James Cameron's criticism of the movie, and when she'll step away from the role of our favorite Amazon. "She's already asked me if she can take over when I'm older".

The Soorma star, who previously made headlines for his attraction towards rumoured-to-be pregnant Kylie Jenner, commented on the Israeli actress's post where she is calling her fans to support a social cause. I got photos from people that I work with or friends that their grandparents went to see it with their wheelchair and everything. "I told her I was with her completely and would support her".

Jenkins added, "Strong women are great". "She's very proud. She's very, very proud..."

Plot details for the Wonder Woman sequel are now under wraps, though the film is set to follow the Amazonian Princess during the Cold War as she faces off against the Soviet Union in the 1980s. It was clear she created an unbelievable movie and she should be paid for it.


Gal Gadot has hit back at James Cameron over the Wonder Woman' comments he made a year ago. His movies are great.

As for when she plans to leave Diana behind, Gadot told EW that she'll know that it's time to move on "once I'm there, once I feel it's time to move on, then I'll know". The director explained that the film does not feel very much like a part two for her, because it will be a "totally different" movie. "Right now I don't know". I've been meditating for 20 minutes, not reading anything, literally waiting for you to call me.' I was just screaming: 'Ahhhhh!' She said, 'It's good? "It was like he was looking for publicity, and I just didn't want to give him the stage". Now, because we did well at the box office, I hope that there's going to be more female-led stories that everyone can enjoy because at the end of the day, I enjoyed so many male-led stories.

Film director Patty Jenkins recently teased a cameo from the original Wonder Woman Lynda Carter in the anticipated Wonder Woman sequel, which she said will be very different from the first film.

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