Wonder Woman is the first film in the DC Cinematic Universe that was able to make both the fans and the critics happy about it, and we all can see the result of it on the box-office. The movie is breaking many financial records on a daily basis, and still maintaining a solid 98% fresh rate on the “Rotten Tomatoes.”
Even though the fans crucified Gal Gadot for being too skinny or flat-chested during the announcement of her selection, she has attained the status of comic book goddess by portraying probably the best version of Wonder Woman on any medium. Gal Gadot has worked extremely hard for this movie, one of her hardships most people do not know is that she has filmed half of the movie while she was five months pregnant. The CGI team had used green screen on her suit covering just the belly area to hide the baby bump. You need to be pregnant to understand how that dangerous that is for her and the child.
Attaining success of this degree by a movie that has a strong female lead which does not focus on sexuality that too in a niche which is dominated by cynical comic book fans is next to impossible, and the director, Patty Jenkins needs standing ovation for this feat. She has genuinely garnered respect by men all across the globe, which quite evident in the viral images on social media depicting her as “Jesus.”
There are a ton of Marvel “Fanboys” (Sorry, we had to use this word) lauding this movie open-heartedly who are pretty animus towards “All things related to DC Comics,” if this film can make them happy, we can undoubtedly declare that Wonder Woman has won on all fronts.
One thing that stands out in this movie more than anything is the cast selection of the Amazonian Warriors. These actresses had bold, confident and multilayered personalities that unshackled their status in the film from being earmarked as chicks with pretty faces and beautiful figures.
Patty Jenkins had made sure that all the Amazonian women would look remarkably stylish even though their costumes would appear practical for the fights. The female Warriors in Wonder Woman seemed at many points like the soldiers in Zack Snyder’s blockbuster movie “300” based on Frank Miller’s novel.
The Wonder Woman Comics had shown us that the female warriors in Themiscyra were groomed from their tender age to be skilled fighters, how to take of each other, and how to carry themselves respectably in this world. That’s exactly what we got to see in the movie as well but in an excellent format.
We can easily see countless fans trying to find out the real ladies behind the fictional characters of the legendary Themiscrian Warrior shown in the film. Hence we decided to create a compilation that shows the exceptionally gorgeous actresses donning the swords and shields in the Wonder Woman movie:-