Published: Mon, July 24, 2017
Culture | By Henry Herrera

Wonder Woman Banned in Tunisia (and the West Gets Its Wrong Again)

Wonder Woman Banned in Tunisia (and the West Gets Its Wrong Again)

A sequel to Patty Jenkins' "Wonder Woman", the record-breaking superhero film, is in the making, CNN reported on Saturday.

The popularity of the Wonder Womans, Reys and Deaneryses of the world prove that women want to see themselves as superheroes, jedis and mothers of dragons.

The announcement of a "Wonder Woman" sequel was not a surprise.

Justice League is heading to theaters November 21, so stay tuned for more info - and likely, more smiles - as we get details on DC's next action flick at Comic-Con.

Wonder Woman 2 was listed as part of the eight upcoming movies from the DC universe.

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One actress who could have been basking in all of this Wonder Woman glory is Charlize Theron. Jenkins regarding the issue said to EW that "I realized that "Wonder Woman 2" is its own great movie".

Ever since she lasso'd her way into our hearts earlier this summer, we've been eagerly awaiting any official news about Wonder Woman's next cinematic chapter. Turns out, Wonder Woman can best the boys.

At this year's San Diego Comic-Con, Gal Gadot and the rest of the cast of Justice League were on hand to meet with some fans when a camera caught a young fan - dressed as Wonder Woman, no less - tearing up when she met Gadot. It's something that female moviegoers have known for decades, but it took a Wonder Woman's lasso of truth to convince the industry.

According to Just Jared, Ezra Miller, who is playing The Flash in Justice League, told Gadot's fan that she can "come join the Justice League whenever you're ready", an offer most of us would love to hear.

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