Gal Gadot addresses Brett Ratner's involvement in Wonder Woman 2

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Gal Gadot officially confirmed scandal-plagued filmmaker Brett Ratner won't be involved with the "Wonder Woman" sequel.

Gal Gadot is speaking out after reports claimed she was boycotting Wonder Woman producer Brett Ratner amid allegations of sexual harassment. Having Wonder Woman as a leading character in the film series provides the ideal opportunity to shake up that tedious trend, and hopefully, Warner Bros. and DC will seize upon that chance and deliver a depiction of Cheetah - be it in Wonder Woman 2, Justice League 2, or both.

Additionally, during the beginning of the Justice League press junket in England, Gadot was asked how Wonder Woman would react to nonconsensual sexual advances. "But the truth is, there's so many people involved in making this movie, and they all echo the same sentiments".

Six women, including actress Oliva Munn, accused Ratner of sexual impropriety in a Los Angeles Times report published earlier this month.

Instead, "Wonder Woman" director Patty Jenkins, who has known Ratner for years, presented him the award.

An individual with knowledge of the situation told Entertainment Weekly on November 1 that Warner Bros. was severing ties with Ratner as his first-look deal with the studio had expired and would not be renewed.

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Regardless of the veracity of the reported ultimatum, it seems that Gadot and Warner Bros. have resolved their internal issues, had they ever existed.

The director added she was "surprised by that story".

Plot details for the Wonder Woman sequel are now under wraps, though the film is set to follow the Amazonian Princess during the Cold War as she faces off against the Soviet Union in the 1980s.

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.

Tell us what you think! That means it will cover films like Steven Spielberg's Ready Player One, but will be defunct long before Wonder Woman 2's release, which is now set for a 2019 release.

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