'Wonder Woman 2' is coming out earlier

Justice League

Gadot is now promoting her return as the Amazonian princess for DC Comics' new Justice League blockbuster, which hits theaters this week (begs13Nov17). Now she's putting abusers on notice.

Justice League costars Ezra Miller and Gal Gadot adorably interviewed each other for IGN, and after Miller shared his Batman impersonation, things took a more serious and inspiring turn.

The 32-year-old was asked by her fellow star to share her thoughts on the "turning of the tides" from a male-dominated society.

Mentioning the recent "turning of the tides" in Hollywood - no doubt a reference to the many people now facing harassment and assault allegations - Miller asked his friend if she would say something for him: "Hetero patriarchy, your wrath upon this world is over". "I want it so bad!" Now Warner Bros. has (thankfully) chose to move the date up by a month, opting for November 1, 2019, instead. For her part, Gadot would only say, "Look, there's been a lot written about how I feel and my views about this topic, and everyone knows how I feel about it".

Right before sexual harassment allegations were levied against Brett Ratner by multiple accusers, Gadot backed out of a commitment where she was going to honor the producer with an award at the Jewish National Fund dinner in October.

Christmas 2019 will be coming a bit earlier for "Wonder Woman 2" fans.

Gal Gadot and Patty Jenkins have clarified the Brett Ratner-Wonder Woman 2 situation that has been making the rounds online. Warner Bros. immediately severed ties with the filmmaker, and it's presumed that the studio won't be renewing their contract with RatPac when their arrangement ends in March 2018 - and that's why Gadot's apparent Wonder Woman 2 demand seemed redundant, for Ratner nor RatPac was going to be involved with the sequel's production.

Gadot is now promoting her return as the Amazonian princess for DC Comics' new Justice League blockbuster, which hits theaters this week (begs13Nov17).

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