Warner Bros Moves Wonder Woman 2 Release Date

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16 November, 2017

Gadot did not link her cancellation at the awards dinner to the allegations against Ratner, instead saying she had a scheduling conflict.

Ratner recently came under fire from various women - including X-Men's Ellen Page and Olivia Munn - for sexual harassment, which revealed multiple misconducts.

"I stand by all the courageous women confronting their fears and speaking out", she said last month via her Instagram account.

"Wonder Woman" grossed more than $400 million internationally, with Rattner's company earning much of the profit, while "Batman Versus Superman", which featured Gadot in the superhero role, grossed more than $422 million internationally.

Presumably, Warner Bros. won't let go of Gadot and would probably like to lose Ratner.

Rat-Pac also is not now committed to bankroll Wonder Woman 2 as their commitments with Warner Bros end with Dwayne Johnson action flick Rampage which is set for release on April 20, 2018.

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"Brett made a lot of money from the success of Wonder Woman, thanks to his company having helped finance the first movie", a Warner Bros. insider told Page Six.

Gal Gadot has repeatedly in the past made it clear that she takes a strong stand against sexual harassment and harassers.

The original date for the flick was supposed to be on December 13, 2019.

Since then, Warner Bros has reportedly severed ties with the director while Brett issued a statement announcing that he's "stepping away from all Warner Bros-related activities" to avoid "any possible negative impact to the studio until these personal issues are resolved".

Beneath the surface, the Gadot-Warner-Ratner tangle could prove even more expensive for Warners than it already is. Ratner, through his attorney, has denied these allegations.

Assuming the Page Six report is indeed true, it's not surprising to see Gadot try and force Ratner out of Wonder Woman's orbit, as the actress recently backed out of an appearance at a event where she was set to present Ratner with an award.


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