Ramallah movie theater follows Lebanon, bans Wonder Woman film

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Movie industry analyst Paul Dergarabedian credited "a perfectly cast Gal Gadot in the lead role" along with a well-timed release date, "killer" marketing campaign and "above all a great movie". Director Patty Jenkins is expected to return to helm the inevitable sequel, but she revealed in a recent Q&A that she would like to work on another comic book superhero from the DC Extended Universe. Wonder Woman could only have been raised so well by these beauties who continue to amaze despite being in the business for over 2 decades.

After Lebanon chose to ban the new superhero film Wonder Woman, starring Gal Gadot, a cinema in Ramallah has now chosen not to screen the film, which has become a global hit.

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Anyway, with the world going gaga for Wonder Woman right now, Square Enix's Play Arts Kai range is also getting in on the action. Though she had a popular television series in the 1970s starring Lynda Carter, the Wonder Woman movie will be the character's first time headlining a film.

"On close-up I looked very much like Wonder Woman", Gadot told EW in April of the reshoots. "I really felt that Wonder Woman approached everything she did because she just had this enormous love for humanity", says Finch, who teamed with husband and longtime DC illustrator David Finch for the 18-issue run.

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"I do think they're starting to listen and become more aware of the fact that female viewers don't necessarily just want to see a romantic comedy". "So what you saw is exactly the movie that we were always making".

The chemistry between the two actors and their many humorous exchanges are refreshing. With $263.7 million at the global box office, it is now the highest grossing female-directed movie in the history of Hollywood. "I think it embodied exactly what Wonder Woman is known for".

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Prompted by a gift from the Dark Knight himself, "Wonder Woman" Diana Prince (Gal Gadot), delves into memories of her days as Diana of Themyscira - an Amazonian warrior princess living among her tribe of elite warrior women tasked with protecting civilisation from the wrath of Ares, the God of War.

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