When asked if her portrayal of Wonder Woman in the film includes her bisexuality, Gadot gives an open-minded answer. “In the movie, she falls in love with a man. But to be honest, Wonder Woman is all about love. She doesn’t pay too much attention to gender, and that is what is so special about her. She sees people as equal. Because of that, she can fall in love with a woman. It is not something we explored but maybe in the future, who knows?”
GREEN IN FILM: The Parent Trap (1998) The Great Gatsby (2013) Heathers (1988) Beetlejuice (1988) The Shining (1980) Vertigo (1958) Twilight (2008) Le Fabuleux destin d’Amélie Poulain (2001) Pride & Prejudice (2005) The Truman Show (1998)
There is an “us”? It seems imagined, like secrets in the fifth grade. People with mysterious and dark lineages. It doesn’t seem as if it should be the true shape of the world. That’s a hangover from an extinct reality. Now, the Guardians of the Faithful and American soldiers still fight with tanks in the remains of Chicago. Now, Anchorage is the capital of what’s left of the United States. And the flag that flies over that city has only two stars. Now, darkness and secrets are everywhere. Now, there has to be an “us”. Because, now, there is a “them”.