Gal Gadot has a message for 'misogynist sexists'

Gal Gadot has a message for 'misogynist sexists'

The Justice League movie will hit theaters as the latest superhero film, following Thor: Ragnarok, which was recently released. And because this is a group of handsome, superpowered people fighting to save the world, there will inevitably be some sexual tension between the men of the team and the lone female member.

Women around the world embraced the powerful female warriors in Wonder Woman.

"There are certain characters who hold a special place in the hearts of millions", Affleck said in a statement in January. That's yet to be seen. The actor has played The Batman three times so far: once in Batman v Superman, another in Suicide Squad, and a third coming up in this week's Justice League. All in under two hours. We feel the loss of that character in this movie because he's not present anymore. And while the changes could have easily led to a hot mess of a movie, it luckily hasn't.

Gal Gadot's words to The Toronto Sun also reflect the approach WB is taking with Justice League and their willingness to learn from the past. No, it's not Mother Boxes or Superman's mustache - it's a possible budding relationship between Batman and Wonder Woman, Affleck revealed.

According to reports, the actor has refused to sign the much-awaited sequel of Wonder Woman if Hollywood producer Brett Ratner, who has been accused of sexual harassment and homophobia, remains attached with the movie.

"Justice League" is distributed worldwide by Warner Bros. They even kissed in Joe Kelly and Doug Mahnke's JLA run, but chose to stay friends.

But the new version of the Amazons in Justice League is causing some costume controversy. And I'm guessing Snyder won't have Bruce serenading a lounge out of love for Diana. Even Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman and Jason Momoa's Aquaman found some fans.

Justice League is set for release in 3D, 2D and IMAX on 17 November.