Wonder Woman! Celebrities Flipping For Wonder Woman; Also Read Why Wonder Woman is a Masterpiece of Subversive Feminism

Wonder Women broke all the records in the box office this weekend. The debut became the biggest blockbuster directed ever by a woman with the earning $100.5 million. The movie had lots of raves from critics and fans including the many A-listed celebrities like Chris Hemsworth, Lupita Nyongo, Octavia Spencer, Kerry Washington, and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. They took their social media to congratulate the director. Now, the Hollywood has a badass new superhero. In the movie, we see another aspect of the symbolic power of the superhero concept. In the movie, we can see Diana learn her beliefs and put them into action. She exactly knows what she’s supposed to do.

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The Huge flow of Congratulation from many celebrities for the “Wonder Woman”

After the successful launch of “The Wonder Woman”, many celebrities congratulated the director of the movie. After watching the movie, a Mexican-Kenyan actress Lupita Nyong’o posted in the Instagram with the review of the movie. She wrote:

“Ok people, I just left the theater and KNOW for CERTAIN that the GODS have seen fit to BLESS us with #WONDERWOMAN. W.O.W. It is a superhero movie like none I have ever seen. Epic. FUN. Engaging. Stylistically Captivating. Funny in an honest, not-trying-too-hard way. Witty. Smart. Perfect length. Fierce. Sensual. Just amazing. @Gal_Gadotwill glue you to the screen and at the same time make you want to run to the nearest costume shop to get your W on and join the #GODESSNESS right away (W = #WomanWarriorOfTheWorld). Director #PattyJenkins IS NOT PLAYING AROUND, as she gives us some AMAZON REALNESS in an exquisitely directed story. Chris Pine is irresistable. The score is KILLER. And it is the type of film that I think you can enjoy over and over. This movie definitely goes down as a classic in its genre for me. “

Ok people, I just left the theater and KNOW for CERTAIN that the GODS have seen fit to BLESS us with #WONDERWOMAN. W.O.W. It is a superhero movie like none I have ever seen. Epic. FUN. Engaging. Stylistically Captivating. Funny in an honest, not-trying-too-hard way. Witty. Smart. Perfect length. Fierce. Sensual. Just amazing. @Gal_Gadot will glue you to the screen and at the same time make you want to run to the nearest costume shop to get your W on and join the #GODESSNESS right away (W = #WomanWarriorOfTheWorld). Director #PattyJenkins IS NOT PLAYING AROUND, as she gives us some AMAZON REALNESS in an exquisitely directed story. Chris Pine is irresistable. The score is KILLER. And it is the type of film that I think you can enjoy over and over. This movie definitely goes down as a classic in its genre for me. @wonderwomanfilm #RunAndGoSeeIt #HadToGush #PromotionFromTheHeart.

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Moreover, The Rock “Dwayne Johnson” also posted about the movie in his Twitter account. He wrote:

“Great story from my bud @TheRyanParkeron on the positive impact on young girls. Influence is power.” 

Here are some tweets and the post of the celebrities about the movie “Wonderwoman”. Have a look: 

The most exciting part is celebrity support that was perhaps which came from the OG Wonder Woman herself.  Lynda Carter, who played the Amazonian princess in the 1980s series and has considering display friendly with Gadot.

Why is Wonder Woman a masterpiece of rebellious feminism?

You may read a feminist takedown of Wonder Woman before you see the film. Most probably after watching the movie, you will agree with the point. The movie “Wonder Woman” is a half-god, half-mortal super-creature. In the movie, you can see her without the peer with any superhero leagues. She arrives in London to make the end of the war. As she inherently obeys a handsome meathead who has no arts apart from gentle decisiveness and pretty eyes.

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Firstly, Wonder Woman or Diana Prince appeared as a character in DC Comics in 1941. The creator of the Wonder Woman was most probably inspired by the feminism of the time. Yet Wonder Woman is not a film about empowerment but a checklist of all the cliches by which women are disempowered.

Wonder Woman brutally carries a huge load of having to communicate a mass of exalted ideals. Likewise, how women can be fairly as skilled or strong as men. But it shoves that outsize weight remarkably well. Moreover, it reminds novices and old fans alike of just how strong the simple idea of preternaturally good people can be. It’s a movie that tells us to look up into the sky, not just to see someone else in the clouds but to know that we can be the ones flying high, too.