Wonder Woman: Her Character Will Be Different in Justice League


While many could argue about whether Batman V Superman was a great film or not all day long, it’s safe to say that we can all agree that Wonder Woman was definitely a big reason that the film is deemed good at all. Gal Gadot presented the character perfectly, and played both Diana Prince – her civilian identity – and the Amazonian warrior that we all know so well. This was her first introduction to the DC Extended Universe (or DCEU, if you will), but her solo film is set to make it’s way to theaters next year, and a few months later we’ll see her in the Justice League film.

The solo film is partially set during the WWI era, but Justice League will pretty much pick up after the events of BvS. That being said, what can we expect from Wonder Woman in her solo film? Well Gal Gadot shared some info regarding the differences (via comicbook.com):

“(laughs), she’s kind of uh bipolar, uh no, she’s well, the Wonder Woman we see in the Justice League is similar to the Wonder Woman that we saw in BVS. The Wonder Woman that we see in the solo movie, uh, she’s different. It’s the coming of age story. It’s, you know, about her becoming an adult, her journey from child to adult and understanding the complexities of life.”


So basically we’re going to see a much less matured, confident, and experienced Wonder Woman in her solo film. Obviously she’s going to be badass either way, but it’s going be interesting to see what takes place that molds her into the warrior we’ve seen and will continue to see.


Wonder Woman is scheduled to release on June 23rd, 2017; Justice League Part One on November 17th, 2017.


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