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Gal Gadot AKA Wonder Woman Calls for More Female Superheroes in Twitter Q&A

A feminist icon enters the big screen. Gal Gadot gives her thoughts on the future of female superheroes.

Gal Gadot’s arrival as Wonder Woman in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice saw the big screen debut of one of DC comics’ most iconic centrepieces; though why it’s taken the 75 years since her invention to do so only reveals Hollywood’s mortifying lack of faith in female-led properties.

During a Twitter Q&A, Gadot underlined Wonder Woman’s own importance in the cinematic sphere and the dire need for a larger range of female superheroes on both Marvel and DC’s slates; following a fan’s query on what it feels like to be a role model for so many girls.

Elsewhere, Gadot elaborated on how Wonder Woman will more fully explore her character’s nature; highlighting that she’s a hero who stands by her beliefs in “compassion, love, truth, justice, equality”; whilst also showing a richness and vulnerability. It sounds like a refreshing departure from the usual tropes of women in the superhero genre: categorised either as hapless damsels or soulless, kick-ass seductresses.


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