Ruth Bader-Ginsburg was the original Wonder Woman

0 People often wonder what makes a ‘feminist’ a feminist? Some will say it’s simply, “wanting equal rights.” The question sounds so simple, yet quite the contrary when it comes to the history of the United States. One trailblazer showed us, what being a feminist really is. The same woman that made an impact that … Continue reading “Ruth Bader-Ginsburg was the original Wonder Woman”

‘Wonder Woman: 1984’ delayed to December 25

1+ Oh, Hera. Warner Bros. has now confirmed that Wonder Woman 1984 will open on December 25th. “Patty is an exceptional filmmaker and with ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ she has delivered an incredibly dynamic film that moviegoers of all ages around the world will absolutely love,” said Toby Emmerich, Warmer Bros. Motion Picture Group chairman in a statement … Continue reading “‘Wonder Woman: 1984’ delayed to December 25”

‘Wonder Woman: 1984″ may be delayed again

2+ Bad news for DC comic fans, Deadline has reported that Warner Bros. will likely once again push its release date for Wonder Woman 1984, as most theaters in major cities like New York and Los Angeles remain closed through the COVID-19 pandemic. The film is currently slated to premiere October 2nd, but audiences should … Continue reading “‘Wonder Woman: 1984″ may be delayed again”

Watch brand new ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ trailer

1+ The long awaited DC FanDome is now underway and it kicked off in a “Wonderful” way. The first panel featured a stunning new trailer for Wonder Woman 1984. Most notable, it shows Gal Gadot’s co-star Kristen Wiig in fighting form as supervillain, Cheetah. Besides Gadot and Wiig, the panel featured Chris Pine, Pedro Pascal (The … Continue reading “Watch brand new ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ trailer”

New ‘Wonder Woman: 1984’ banner ahead of trailer

2+ With Wonder Woman 1984’s October 2nd date a little less than a month and a half away, the Warner Bros. hype machine has finally picked up steam. Tomorrow, DC FanDome, the highly anticipated virtual fan event for all things DC, will kick off with a panel devoted to the Patty Jenkins’ sequel, and we … Continue reading “New ‘Wonder Woman: 1984’ banner ahead of trailer”

DC releases ‘Wonder Woman 1984 #1’ to tie in with sequel

1+ Fans everywhere are anxiously awaiting Princess Diana’s next great adventure when Warner Bros. Pictures’ Wonder Woman 1984 arrives in theaters on October 2. But before being transported to the “totally radical” days of neon colors, leg warmers, portable cassette recorders, and hanging out at the mall, DC is getting you ready with a special … Continue reading “DC releases ‘Wonder Woman 1984 #1’ to tie in with sequel”

‘Wonder Woman 1984’ shifts to October 2nd opening

1+ After shifting the Christopher Nolan-helmed sci-fi thriller Tenet, to one week later in July, comes word that Warner Bros. is now moving Wonder Woman 1984 from its August 12 date to October 2. Gal Gadot said on her Instagram, “Wow, it’s finally happening, and I couldn’t be more excited! To all the fans that … Continue reading “‘Wonder Woman 1984’ shifts to October 2nd opening”

‘Wonder Woman 1984’ delayed, Patty Jenkins reacts

1+ This is sad, but not unexpected news. Warner Bros has finally decided to push the release date back for Wonder Woman 1984 from its June 5 opening to August 14. There are now no major openings scheduled for the first half of the summer except for Pixar’s Soul. Expect that to be delayed as … Continue reading “‘Wonder Woman 1984’ delayed, Patty Jenkins reacts”

Could ‘Wonder Woman 84’ end up premiering on VOD?

2+ Perhaps only Wonder Woman’s golden lasso of truth wrapped around Warner Bros execs can get us the real truth here, but according to The Wrap, the studio is possibly having discussions as to whether or not the sequel to 2018’s Wonder Woman should premiere immediately on Digital/streaming platforms and skip a theatrical release altogether. With theater … Continue reading “Could ‘Wonder Woman 84’ end up premiering on VOD?”

Gwendolyn Osborne, a true Wonder Woman

2+ Editor’s Note: “The Reel Black List” is our annual spotlight of brothers and sisters in the worlds of advertising, film, TV, music, radio and media who are making a difference through their contributions and creativity. For the next 29 days, you will be able to celebrate these various personalities with us. Talk about a … Continue reading “Gwendolyn Osborne, a true Wonder Woman”

‘Wonder Woman 84’ trailer drops and it’s wonderful

2+ Appearing before thousands of devoted Wonder Woman fans and cosplayers at Brazil’s CCXP, actress Gal Gadot, who plays the titular character, and director Patty Jenkins introduced the first trailer to Warner Bros. upcoming Wonder Woman 1984. And it was full of wonder. After fielding a slew of questions from around the world, Jenkins and … Continue reading “‘Wonder Woman 84’ trailer drops and it’s wonderful”

Gadot, Jenkins to drop ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ trailer

3+ Happy Wonder Woman Day. Things have been fairly quiet on the upcoming sequel to Wonder Woman, aptly titled Wonder Woman 1984. However, it seems as though things will be heating up this December. To celebrate the DC Heroine’s special day, Warner Bros. Pictures announced that the Patty Jenkins-helmed sequel will close the show at … Continue reading “Gadot, Jenkins to drop ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ trailer”

Patty Jenkins teases ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ poster

2+ In exactly one year from yesterday, Princess Diana, played by Gal Gadot, will return to theaters in Wonder Woman 1984. While much of the sequel’s plot is currently under wraps, we do know Gal Gadot’s titular heroine will come into conflict with the Soviet Union in the 1980s and face a formidable new adversary … Continue reading “Patty Jenkins teases ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ poster”

First look at Gal Gadot in ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ costume

2+ Hera! Following recent images of Diana and Steve Trevor (Chris Pine), actress Gal Gadot has shared our first official look at Diana fully suited-up as Wonder Woman for the upcoming sequel Wonder Woman 1984. The stunning shot gives us a glimpse of the updated costume Diana will don for the film, and although there … Continue reading “First look at Gal Gadot in ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ costume”

“Wonder Woman’s” Patty Jenkins ​to receive 2018 Women in Motion Award

0 (Cannes 04 May 2018) Patty Jenkins is a writer and director, best known for directing Warner Bros. Wonder Woman, her debut Oscar-winning feature Monster and helming the pilot and finale episode of AMC’s The Killing. She began her career in painting after studying at Cooper Union. While there, she crossed over to filmmaking and … Continue reading ““Wonder Woman’s” Patty Jenkins ​to receive 2018 Women in Motion Award”

Chicago’s wonder women talk about “Wonder Woman”

Does it take a “gal” (see what I did there?) to save the much-maligned and divisive DCEU?

After the critical floggings of Man of Steel, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad, it would seem 4th time is the charm as Wonder Woman is a massive critical success.

Coming in at a 94% fresh tomato rating on Rotten Tomatoes, the Amazonian Princess looks bound for a commercial success as well.

Kitchenaid’s ‘A Woman’s Place’ streaming on Hulu

1+ According to KitchenAid, women-identifying chefs have long struggled to rise to the top. Faced with bias, sexism and harassment, women find themselves adapting to a work environment that inherently makes assumptions on their abilities and worth. Common biases in the culinary industry include beliefs such as, “a chef isn’t a worthy career for a … Continue reading “Kitchenaid’s ‘A Woman’s Place’ streaming on Hulu”

‘Batwoman’ gets the Gotham kiss she deserves | Gallery

3+ While new CW series, Batwoman continues to shoot exteriors in Chicago this week, the series is breaking ground in Vancouver. In the upcoming March 8 episode, Kate Kane (played by a suited up Ruby Rose) finally gets her kiss with ex-girlfriend Sophie (Meagan Tandy). In costume! That’s a big step forward for the genre, and … Continue reading “‘Batwoman’ gets the Gotham kiss she deserves | Gallery”

Review: Chicago shines as deadly Gotham in ‘Batwoman’

3+ Chicago with its mixture of art deco, metal and glass buildings is one of the most profoundly beautiful skylines not only in the country, but the world as well. Whether it’s the backdrop to TV series such as Chicago Fire or period film pieces as The Untouchables, the city is a character all unto … Continue reading “Review: Chicago shines as deadly Gotham in ‘Batwoman’”

First look at Ruby Rose as the CW’s Batwoman

3+ DCTV and the CW continue to kick the DCEU’s ass. Yeah, I said it. While it’s not clear how this photo leaked online in advance, fans of the Arrowverse can now get a glimpse of Orange is the New Black’s Ruby Rose as she dons the cowl and cape as Kate Kane, aka Batwoman. … Continue reading “First look at Ruby Rose as the CW’s Batwoman”