Princess Diana was like Wonder Woman: Gal Gadot

Gal Gadot

Gal Gadot

Gadot's performance in "Wonder Woman" was by far the most beloved movie. since Warner Bros. launched a new shared DC Comics film universe.

Gal Gadot has reportedly announced that she will only be Wonder Woman again if Warner Brothers cuts ties with producer Brett Ratner.

One rep for Warner Bros. denied Gal has ever set such an ultimatum, but reps for both Gal and Bret simply refused to comment.

The source finished by telling the publication: "She's tough and stands by her principles".

A rep for Warner Bros said only, "False".

Gal Gadot believes Princess Diana had a lot in common with her onscreen avatar of Wonder Woman.

According to a Page Six, Gadot apparently won't sign on for the sequel until Ratner, whose RatPac-Dune Entertainment helped produced the first film, is removed from the project.

One of the women to come forward against Ratner was Hollywood actress Olivia Munn who accused the producer of masturbating in front of her on the set of a 2004 film, going on to "bang" her and then allegedly ejaculating over magazine covers featuring the actress.

The LA Times reported that Munn "wrote about the incident in her 2010 collection of essays without naming Ratner". As such he will see a fair amount of profit from Wonder Woman. I stand by all the courageous women confronting their fears and speaking out. He looked at a woman standing next to me, ten years my senior, pointed to me and said: "'You should f*** her to make her realize she's gay.' He was the film's director, Brett Ratner".

Reports also say that Gadot did not show up for a dinner in October that was meant to honor Brett as she was even supposed to present him with an award!

Gadot has been a vocal advocate for the women who have stood up against harassment they claim to have suffered at the hands of the Hollywood elite. Following the accusations made against him, Ratner released a statement in which he revealed that he would "step away from all Warner Bros. -related activities".

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