Actress Gail Gadot says there weren’t many cinematic references to how female superheroes should fight, in general, men are the protagonists of films in the superhero genre. The actress added that for her in-screen superhero incarnation of Wonder Woman, finding the right style of fighting is a long process.
“For years (director) P (TT (Jenkins) and I have been talking about finding the right fighting style for Wonder Woman, because usually when you go to superhero movies the protagonist is a man. And men fight like men. We Everyone knows how it feels, because you have the WWA and the WWF and all that stuff, ”Gadot said.
“For women, you also have some examples, but you don’t see a lot, so it’s not like it was perfectly clear, and putty and I want to make sure that Wonder Woman appears and should fight like Wonder Woman,” she said. Added.
The actress went on to say: “So, before we started preparing for the film Patti and I went to see Circ du Solil, and we saw this piece where I was in tears. It was so beautiful and powerful. And Patti felt it was a great woman. Motivation of how to fight. So when we started preparing, I had this idea of how to move and how to look at everything. “
“We had to build things that had never been built before because it had never been built before. We had huge wire rigs that took months to build, but I think what we got out of it was a way of fighting. It was very Looks original and powerful and at the same time looks very elegant and elegant, ”he added.
Gadget Gaddit, the sequel to the 2017 DC hit, Wonder Woman, directed by Gaddy Jenkins, has lashed out at Diana Prince and her superhero alter ego Wonder Woman in 1984. The film also stars Robin Wright as Antiop and Connie Nielsen as Hippolita. The Warner Bros. Pictures project was released on December 24 in India in English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.
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