Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman had relatively lesser screen time in Henry Cavil and Ben Affleck-starrer "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice," but she definitely made a significant impact and established her own identity through the movie.
With all the positive response received for Gadot's version of Wonder Woman, DC Extended Universe (DCEU)'s next instalment, which is a solo Wonder Woman movie, has entered the list of one of the most anticipated upcoming movies.
Though the movie will be based on the succeeding story of "Batman v Superman," it will have an entirely different story, as reported by Comic Book. The website also said that in a recent interview, Gal Gadot talked about her character and the difference it has between the two movies.
"(Laughs) She's kind of uh bipolar, uh no, she's well, the Wonder Woman we see in the 'Justice League' is similar to the Wonder Woman that we saw in 'BVS.' The Wonder Woman that we see in the solo movie, uh, she's different. It's the coming of age story. It's, you know, about her becoming an adult, her journey from child to adult and understanding the complexities of life."
Apart from introducing a young Diana to the fans, the upcoming "Wonder Woman" film will also see the debut of other DC characters like General Antiope (Robin Wright) and queen Hippolyta (Connie Nielsen).
Chris Pine will be portraying the character of Steve Trevor, who was seen in an old black and white photograph in "Batman v Superman" that Batman uncovered in Lex Luthor's files. "Wonder Woman" will be directed by Patty Jenkins of "Monster" fame.
"Wonder Woman" is scheduled to hit the theatres on June 2, 2017.