Because a little movie called Star Wars: Episode IX moved from its May 2019 release slot to December 20, 2019 when J.J. Abrams took over, which wouldn't give the Wonder Woman follow-up the chance to breathe. But reports are swirling that star Gadot has yet to officially sign her contract for the second Wonder Woman movie because executive producer Brett Ratner is still attached to the film.
The source then added of the Israeli-born Gadot saying, "She's tough and stands by her principles". She also knows the best way to hit people like Brett Ratner is in the wallet.
Ratner recently came under fire from various women - including X-Men's Ellen Page and Olivia Munn - for sexual harassment, which revealed multiple misconducts. This success was mostly due to Gadot's performance as Diana Price which means her absence in "Wonder Woman 2" could spell doom not just for the film but for the DCEU as a whole.
The LA Times reported that Munn "wrote about the incident in her 2010 collection of essays without naming Ratner".
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Local law enforcement has identified 20-year-old suspect Mahad Abdiaziz Abdirahaman , WCCO-TV reported . While the Macy's store closed early, the Mall of America stayed open and was not placed on lockdown.
The awards event took place days before Ratner was accused by six women of sexual harassment and assault, which include "strong-arming" a 19-year-old actress into performing oral sex on him and forcing a woman to watch him masturbate. It was previously announced that Ratner would part ways with Warner Bros while the accusations against him are investigated, but Gal has demanded that Ratner is ousted in any case. I stand by all the courageous women confronting their fears and speaking out.
It's certainly a news story that makes it clear the Israeli actress was a ideal choice for Diana Prince, as it would suggest she is using her newfound A-list status to actually enforce a change benefitting women in her industry.
His production company was a producer of the highly successful "Wonder Woman", which reached worldwide theatres earlier this year.
Business Insider contacted Gal Gadot's representative for comment but did not get an immediate response.
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