Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman might not have had as much screen time as Henry Cavill's Superman or Ben Affleck's Batman in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, but she arguably made one of the biggest impacts.
Because of the positive response she received for her role in the superhero epic, her solo Wonder Woman film has rocketed towards the top of many's most anticipated lists. The Wonder Woman we see in Justice League will be a natural progression from the one seen in BVS, but the solo film is a different story.
During a recent visit to the Justice League set by our reporter Brandon Davis, Gal Gadot shared some thoughts on the big differences between the two films, in regards to her character.
"(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."
The upcoming Wonder Woman film will introduce fans to not only a younger Diana, but also to her fellow Amazon's, including General Antiope, who is played by Robin Wright, and Queen Hippolyta, played by Connie Nielsen. The film will also star Chris Pine as Steve Trevor, who can be seen in the old black and white photo that Batman uncovers in Lex Luthor's files during Batman v. Superman. The film is being directed by Patty Jenkins.