Patty Jenkins is one of the success stories of the DC Extended Universe, but she almost helmed an early MCU sequel.
Is Wonder Woman 1984 set in 1984? Or 1969? Because the new posters for the DC movie have a distinctly psychedelic vibe to them.
Too many studio franchises are trying to correct its male-dominated history by scoring woke points that don't add up.
Fans are in a frenzy after director Patty Jenkins unveils period-appropriate new look for DC's iconic Amazonian superhero.
DC Comics is demanding that a comic featuring US representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez as Wonder Woman be recalled or destroyed.
Actresses Anne Hathaway and Gal Gadot joined in with online praise for Brie Larson and her Marvel debut.
Creating a character with true impact is rare, which is why this list gives such a good insight into what kinds of things people want and expect from their fictional creations. It seems the answer is anthropomorphised creatures and people with amazing powers.The Yahoo Year in Review MethodologyTo develop the Yahoo Year in Review, our editors analyse Yahoo Search queries based on a number of factors, including absolute volume and growth from previous periods, to see which themes and trends bubble to the surface. Individuals and their Search queries always remain anonymous. This list is constructed without navigational searches – i.e. searches where the intention is clearly purely to navigate to a site rather than to discover information.Read moreThe voice of Pooh never met Christopher RobinJames Bond would be ‘an alcoholic’The most searched-for movies of 2018
Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, and director Patty Jenkins stopped by Hall H on Saturday to tease the upcoming sequel.
Director Patty Jenkins posted a set photo from the film and it sees Chris Pine's spy looking dashingly '80s.
The 66-year-old Wonder Woman star was honoured for more than 50 years in the entertainment business.
The All I See Is You star talks to Yahoo Movies about his career, his family name and whether we should separate art from the artist in this post-#MeToo world.
The original Wonder Woman says she has several #MeToo stories from her time in Hollywood, but wouldn't name names.
The former DC Comics writer discusses the problems with the recent film adaptations compared to Marvel's.
The top three movies of 2017 in the US all boasted female leads, a stat not seen in box office history for decades.