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The world’s Super Woman
The film starring Gal Gadot has been banned in Lebanon and Tunisia.
"This man announced his support for the Israeli aggression against Lebanon," he said in an address. "He paid Israel from his own money... to kill your children and destroy your houses."
The Golden Globes have a reputation for ignoring films directed by female directors, only 7% of the films nominated in 2016 were directed by women.
By JACOB GOFF KLEIN
Gal Gadot’s newfound celebrity is possibly the best international publicity for the Jewish state in years, and is a perfect example of soft power.
By ISABEL FEINSTEIN
The wonder of Israelis watching ‘Wonder Woman.’
By HERB KEINON
Our heroine is ready, able and determined to save the world.
By BARBARA SOFER
WONDERWOMAN MAY be banned in Lebanon and Ramallah, but last night a group of approximately 130 women went to Cinema City Jerusalem for a special screening.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Gadot’s popularity in the world triggers so much pride precisely because Israelis are so used to experiencing the opposite.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
The Wonder Woman leading lady pulled out of the dinner, evoking rumors of sexual allegations against Ratner.
By AMY SPIRO
Wonder Woman's slow but steady growth has given it a new title: the biggest non-sequel superhero movie ever.
Will we see a darker side of the beloved heroine?
When a young fan is overcome by tears when meeting her heroine, Gal Gadot saves the day by graciously comforting her.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
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