Batman v Superman BTS/Warner Bros/Clay Enos
Gal Gadot has been promoting her new comedy "Keeping up with the Joneses," just after wrapping Justice League. HeyUGuys took the opportunity to ask her about her experience working with Henry and everyone else on set, and she had the best answer:
"It's funny 'cuz literally each and every one of them is the character in a weird way. Henry is super.. you know.. he has this goodwill, and is polished, and is.. you know pure."
Aww, Wonder Woman rocks.. which is why we're happy that she tops Entertainment Weekly's list of the 50 Most Powerful Superheroes. Batman was #3, followed by Supes:
So much about Superman — essentially America’s first superhero — feels quaint today. Truth, Justice, and the American Way were simple ideals for a simpler time, and his Boy Scout mentality may feel out of step with the darker, more tortured superheroes who fill our movie theaters and television screens today. But this alien from Krypton, armed with superstrength, superspeed, X-ray vision, and flight, is the superhero we all identified with first.
Today, as America grapples for what it stands for, Superman — charged with saving humans from themselves, even when he isn’t wanted — may have renewed relevance. In Zack Synder’s interpretation of the Man of Steel, his Achilles’ heel isn’t just a physical aversion to kryptonite. Turns out those broad shoulders are equipped to carry around a ton of emotional baggage, too — loneliness and guilt are formidable opponents. Maybe Superman’s quest for connection, the ultimate immigrant story, is more poignant now than ever. —Nicole Sperling
Definitely the version of Superman we relate to, as we look ahead to Justice League. The one year mark getting closer! #Nov17.