Saturday will be wonderful with not only Lynda Carter as “Wonder Woman” on Me-TV, but it is also the birthday of Gal Gadot, who finally brought the Amazonian warrior princess on the big screen in “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice”. Gal is part of the dawn in celebrating 75 years of Wonder Woman in her fight for right and might in the world as a symbol of sisterhood, equality, peace, compassion, truth, justice, and love. Wonder Woman is also part of the dawn of the Justice League in completing the trinity with the Man of Steel/Son of Krypton (Henry Cavill) and the Bat of Gotham (Ben Affleck) in the climactic fight against Doomsday.
In other words, Wonder Woman isn’t with Superman or Batman – because she isn’t like any other woman they’ve met and/or known.
Also known to fans for her role in the “Fast and Furious” franchise, Gal appeared opposite Kevin Costner (aka Jonathan Kent), Gary Oldman (aka Commissioner Gordon in the “Dark Knight” trilogy with Christian Bale as Batman), and Ryan Reynolds (the go-to-guy for superhero films such as “Green Lantern” and Marvel’s “Deadpool”) in the thriller “Criminal”.
After all the lassoing, Wonder Woman – the world’s finest of the female superhero – finally gets her own movie with Gal, who is also part of the seven that will unite in becoming the world’s finest of superheroes known as the Justice League with Superman, Batman, Cyborg (Ray Fisher), the Flash (Ezra Miller), and Green Lantern. Currently in production, “Justice League: Part One is scheduled for November 2017, with “Part Two” set for June 2019.
Co-starring Chris Pine as Steve Trevor, “Wonder Woman” comes out on June 2, 2017.
In the meantime, though, watch the classic adventures of Lynda Carter as the original “Wonder Woman” every Saturday night on Me-TV.