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As Wonder Woman 2 gears up for production, the official working title hints at the main villain in a sequel rumored to take place in the 80s.

Jumanji To Pass Wonder Woman At Global Box Office There is something strange going on in Hollywood, because Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle has just overtaken Wonder Woman at the worldwide box office. Welcome to the Jungle is a partial continuation of the beloved 1995 Jumanji movie and stars Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Jack Black, Kevin Hart, and Karen Gillan. The film has earned largely positive reviews from critics and has been making headlines ever since it hit theaters back in December.

Gal Gadot offers a characteristically classy and perfect response to Wonder Woman being snubbed by the Oscars. The Academy announced their 2018 nominations earlier this week, and while many superhero fans celebrated Logan breaking through in Best Adapted Screenplay, several were upset Wonder Woman was not recognized in any category (including the technical ones). Released to much acclaim last summer, the DCEU origin story was one of 2017’s biggest box office hits and earned awards buzz from groups like the American Film Institute and Producers Guild of America. Warner Bros.

Wonder Woman Completely Shut Out By Oscars Despite industry and critical acclaim, Wonder Woman was completely shut out of the 2018 Oscar nominations. Directed by Patty Jenkins and starring Gal Gadot in her first solo outing as the Amazon warrior princess following the character’s debut in Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice in 2016, Wonder Woman was a smash hit out of the gate in June, earning more than $100 million domestically and setting a record for Jenkins as the biggest opening ever for a female director. Steamrolling its competition throughout the summer, not only did Wonder Woman end the summer as the No.

X-Men franchise producer Lauren Shuler Donner expresses excitement to work alongside Kevin Feige once again by bringing the mutant superhero team into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. She and her husband and Superman: The Movie director Richard Donner both own The Donner Company, under which she has developed and produced every installment in 20th Century Fox’s X-Men franchise – including the TV shows Legion and The Gifted – since Bryan Singer’s 2000 X-Men film.

Wonder Woman: Gal Gadot Talks James Cameron and Reading Positive Reviews Entertainment Weekly recently named Gal Gadot as one of the Entertainers of the Year, and they sat down for an interview. One of the things they asked her about was her reaction when the embargo for reviews came down. There was no precedent for this movie, and the lingering knowledge that if it failed it wouldn’t just speak badly for the DC Extended Universe, but for female leads, female-centric stories, and female directors.

PGA Awards Show Wide Open Oscar Field, ‘Wonder Woman’ Shines By Max Covill For only the second time in PGA history, two films directed by women are up for the big award. Following the WGA award nominations yesterday, The Producers Guild of American (PGA) have announced their award nominations for the 29th annual awards show. This is one of the three big guild branches along with the WGA and DGA. If the number of nominations is anything to go by, then the field for best picture is the biggest it has perhaps ever been. For the first time ever, 11 films are up for the biggest award of the night.

Golden Globes Weekend Party Scene: AFI A-Listers Hit the Red Carpet (Photos) Time’s Up, the new initiative to combat sexual harassment and gender inequity in the workplace, launched just four days ago (Mon. Jan 1). By Friday’s AFI Awards lunch at the Four Seasons, one of the densest star-packed Hollywood events of the year, “The Post” screenwriter Liz Hannah was already sporting a t-shirt for the mission. Here, she poses with Amy Pascal, Greta Gerwig, and Stacey Snider. Hannah told TheWrap that she picked up the shirt by making a donation at a fundraiser at the Peninsula Hotel.

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