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Gal Gadot Says They Kept 'Wonder Woman' Simple, Discusses the Character's Sexuality

Although fans have seen plenty of recent disappointments in the DC cinematic universe’s latest offerings, we’re all holding out hope for next summer’s Wonder Woman. She was one of the better parts of Batman v. Superman, and her solo film’s fantastic trailer starring Gal Gadot shook up the San Diego Comic Con in July. For the upcoming 75th anniversary of the character, Gadot talked a bit about her new movie and how director Patty Jenkins chose to tell a simple story.
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