Rumor: Wonder Woman Movie Takes Place in WWI, the 1940’s, and Modern Day

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Den of Geeks has recently reported that DC’s upcoming solo movie for Wonder Woman will take place across three different eras. However, does that mean it will star the same Wonder Woman?

Adventures in Time and Space, Oh Boy!

The Den of Geek rumor reads as follows:

The first setting will be Themyscira, the idyllic island Wonder Woman has called home since her adventures began in the 1940s.The second period is World War I – the specific year we’ve been given is 1916, which places it right in the middle of that conflict.The movie will then move to the modern day, where it will tie into the events of Justice League Part One, out at the end of 2017 and also set to star Gadot’s Wonder Woman.

The rumor of the Wonder Woman movie taking place in different eras in time has been around for a while. But will it depict the adventures of same Wonder Woman? The name “Wonder Woman” is actually a title given by the Amazons to a Champion chosen to enter “Man’s World” during times of great turmoil.

In the comics, Gadot’s Princess Diana won the right to be called Wonder Woman through a combat tournament. Also, note that the times specified in the rumor take place during the two World Wars, and the events of Justice League. Gal Gadot’s modern day Wonder Woman could simply the latest in a long line of Wonder Women.

Wonder Woman is scheduled for release on 2017.

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  1. Read into Marvel’s decision to take the Thor franchise in a feminine direction-

  2. The casting choice they made for Wonder Woman is so boring and uninspiring so no one cares anymore. They need to recast or just scrap it, Gadot just no.

    1. This will be a horrible movie, just like Steven Irizarry knows Star Wars: The Force Awakens will be a horrible movie.

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