Robin Wright on 'Wonder Woman': 'It's About Love and Justice'

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Previous year on Mashable, Josh Dickey warned that Wonder Woman "probably isn't coming to save us", saying there was a very good chance that the film would be "terrible", like those other "soul-drowning bogs of suckitude" Man of Steel, Batman V Superman and Suicide Squad, which looked great but turned out to be "the most disappointing movie of summer". But if you've ever really wondered if, in fact, Woman Woman is a feminist, there's an answer straight from the source, Gal Gadot herself. Unfortunately, the next two films that followed, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad, were absolutely awful.

Wonder Woman opens in theaters on June 2, 2017. Critics are eating up their chemistry! Check out some of the early Wonder Woman reactions below.

Excited to see Wonder Woman?

Whatever winds up happening, DC is already doing better than Marvel in the diversity department.

Some stories are so obviously feminist it seems irrelevant to ask TV and film adaptors about the inherent message within, yet plenty of showrunners and producers bend over backwards to avoid the F word. So, even if Wonder Woman isn't great, it deserves a chance. She become Wonder Woman to battled against an evil hell-bent on destruction of the world. It feels like so much is riding on this movie. Nanette Lepore Brand and A Classic Time Watch Co. showcase Wonder Woman's timelessness with an extravagant watch collection, while Love and Madness offers consumers accessories designed and crafted entirely by women. She is so lovely and powerful, but kind and generous and thoughtful. She's as handsome as any woman and as strong as any man. "She's a full-blown superhero who lives up to all of your dreams in every way".

Watch two clips below for the Wonder Woman movie featuring Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Robin Wright and Connie Nielsen.

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