I love this book so much and I can’t wait for the movie. Such a wonderfully diverse cast and a story with a beautiful message of love, individuality, and family. Also, I’m loving that tagline. 😱✨💫💥 #BeAWarrior
Total crack post. What if Diana runs into Steve again, reincarnated or what have you, during modern times, and it’s a totally unexpected moment. Like, say she and Barry are walking down the street, and they turn and see Steve doing something stupid like dancing like this:
And Diana stops. Like, tears in her eyes, hand to her mouth, she can’t believe what she’s seeing, is it really him? And Barry, being Barry, notices and says, “Are you crying? Jeez, I know his dancing is bad, but it’s not that bad.”
I think it’s because you’re all named Chris, and you’re all kinda scruffy and squinty and jacked, but in a sweet way. You’re always at the airport wearing raggedy tees that are tight just around the pecs. And you have bracelets with wooden beads, from Bali or wherever.
— Kate McKinnon
Everybody realises that Themyscira has been around for a long time, right? Like, since the first era according to on offhand comment from Hippolyta in JL. Diana is roughly that old, so 100 years in man’s world is as close to a drop in the bucket to her as you can get. Its probably only felt like a single year, or worse, a day. Steve is still very much relevant to her.
Other People: “I liked Wonder Woman, but it’s so unrealistic that Steve Trevor would fall in love with her over what was basically a weekend.” Me: “Dude, I just spent 141 minutes of a movie with her and if she were real I’d propose on the spot.”