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‘Wonder Woman’ director shares a poster for next year’s sequel and it shows Gal Gadot rocking a new superhero costume
Director Patty Jenkins shares a vibrantly-colored poster for next year's "Wonder Woman: 1984" that comes out one year from Wednesday.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez now has her own Wonder Woman-style comic book cover that’s being auctioned off for over $300 online, and DC Comics isn&...
Is Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Wonder Woman? If you ask DC Comics, the answer to that question is absolutely not.
From a pageant past to how she trained for "Wonder Woman," her are some surprising things you didn't know about the actress Gal Gadot.
‘Wonder Woman’ director Patty Jenkins knows fighting for her own equal pay helps other women in Hollywood
Patty Jenkins opens up about how it's been to suddenly be thought of as the face of the female filmmaker movement in Hollywood since the success of "Wonder Woman."
"Shazam" is in theaters now. INSIDER looks at how it stacks up to Warner Bros.' other DC Extended Universe movies.
The "Wonder Woman" star wore a sleek jumpsuit with a bold red lip while attending Givenchy's Paris Fashion Week show.
All of the DC Comics movies in the works after ‘Aquaman,’ including a ‘Suicide Squad’ sequel from James Gunn
Here are all of the DC Comics movies that have been confirmed or reported following "Aquaman."
Gal Gadot shared a sweet message and photos with fans after she finished filming the ‘Wonder Woman’ sequel
The actress recently finished filming the "Wonder Woman 1984" and shared some snapshots and a note to fans.
‘Venom’ just passed ‘Wonder Woman’ at the worldwide box office — and there’s a particular reason it’s contin...
"Venom" continued its dominance this weekend, and crossed "Wonder Woman" at the worldwide box office and most other "Spider-Man" movies.
The ‘Wonder Woman’ sequel has been pushed back 7 months, and Warner Bros. says it’s because it wants a summer release
"Wonder Woman 1984" has been pushed back from November 2019 to June 2020 because Warner Bros. wants to take advantage of a summer release date. But movies have proven to do well outside of the summer in recent years.