Wonder Woman Was Ancient And Retired Until That ‘Batman V Superman’ Mess Started

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The upcoming issue of Empire Magazine features interviews with the cast and director of Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, including pictures hinting at the next big villain, Zack Snyder on Lex Luthor, and Henry Cavill doing a victory lap. There were also some new details about Wonder Woman, courtesy of Snyder and Gal Gadot.

Snyder told Empire including Wonder Woman in Batman V Superman is what made him realize “we were much closer to the Justice League than we thought. We realized we were one movie away.”

Gadot (who will totally fight you) told the magazine she initially thought she was auditioning to play Catwoman. Instead, she landed the role of Wonder Woman/Diana Prince, who will also totally fight you. Gadot said the two sides of her character — both of which will be seen in Batman V Superman — have their differences.

“They have the same attitude. Although when she is Diana she tries to blend in, she is not too outgoing. I don’t want people to think she is perfect. She can be naughty.” [Empire via What Culture]

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