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Last year, Wonder Woman debuted in the DCEU to intense fanfare, but critics did not the confusion they felt over her character. Gal Gadot brought poise to Diana Prince, but her disinterest in helping mankind left plenty taken aback. Batman v Superman presented Wonder Woman as a grittier heroine, but that darkness wasn’t seen anywhere in the heroine’s new standalone. Wonder Woman made Diana out to be a pure hero who didn’t have the hang-ups she did in Batman v Superman. And, now, director Zack Snyder says that stark character contrast was planned from the start.
With Wonder Woman’s release crushing box office expectations, Warner Bros. is poised to release Wonder Woman: The Art and Making of The Film. The behind-the-scenes peek features interviews from various crew members, and Snyder sat down for an interview thanks to his producer status. It was during the chat that Snyder revealed Wonder Woman was always meant to show a more unaffected side of Diana.
“She offers a unique opportunity to speak to what it is to be a strong, powerful, independent woman. It’s a glance that is necessary in the world, as well as the way that we represent heroes onscreen,” Snyder explained.
“Having that equal representation of male and female energy is really important to me. I love that there’s a purity to Wonder Woman. She doesn’t have the broken past, she’s not seeking revenge on people that wronged her. She can just be a hero.”
Both of Wonder Woman’s DCEU spots have been vastly different in tone and action. The character’s standalone follows the…
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