For many, it’s the moment of truth. For Wonder Woman, it’s a moment 75 years in the making, and we were all watching the box office numbers to see if
- DC and Warner Bros. could deliver a solid for-real superhero movie that respected the source material, and
- Audiences would go see a superhero movie with a woman in the lead role
The answer to both, thankfully, is “yes” — although we had very little doubt about the second item on the list. The first? Not so much faith in that one.
The Rogues gather ’round the table to discuss Wonder Woman, complete with spoilers, and we take a look at not only the execution of the idea on the part of Gal Gadot and Patty Jenkins, but also the idea itself. A modern-era superheroine movie, one that could set the stage for other superheroine movies (Black Widow, anyone?) besides Marvel’s Captain Marvel.
From the story to the cinematography to the visual effects to the acting, and even the controversy surrounding the social reception the movie has received, we take a look at all of it.
The panel: Mindy Inlow, Maria Foss, Jeff Hackworth, Dan Handley, Tim Harvey, Jason Hunt