‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’ News: Grant Morrison Slams Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman?

By Anshul Hardikar | 1 year ago

The Amazonian Princess is all set to make her debut in next year’s “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” but there is already someone who does not look so pleased with the way she will be portrayed in the movie. Reports suggest that comic book writer Grant Morrison is not too happy with the way Wonder Woman has been portrayed in the movie.

According to Guardian, the Scottish comic book writer thinks that a more pugilistic and snarling version of the character is being presented in the movie instead of a peace loving superhero. The writer who is currently writing his upcoming graphic novel “Wonder Woman: Earth One” questioned about what version will the fans be getting to see in the movie since the makers of the movie have failed to honor the vision of the creator William Marston while adapting the character on silver screen.


On his upcoming graphic novel, Grant said that his version of Wonder Woman will be more on the lines of the creator’s vision. He added that the creator’s vision of the female superhero has been known for her conciliatory nature and not have antagonistic bent. He also mentioned that he understands what the makers point is when he saw her in the warrior form in the trailer but that is not what the creator of the character wanted. Grant also explained that the Amazonian Princess has been quite often positioned as a healer but Zack’s version of the character only shows her swinging swords and snarling at the camera.

Apart from all the views about the character’s portrayal, Gal Gadot looks like a very convincing Wonder Woman who might just prove to be the power who will end the raging feud between DC Cinematic Universe’s titans Batman and Superman. After having established the character in “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” audiences will get to see her in her solo adventure in 2017 and in the two parter ensemble “Justice League”.

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