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Lynda Carter Defends Wonder Woman as a Queer Icon

Lynda Carter is speaking out in support of her famous superhero role.

The 70-year-old Wonder Woman actress opened up on Twitter about the queer legacy of her character on the first day of Pride Month (June 1).

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George Perez, 'Wonder Woman' Cook Book Artist, Dies at 67

DC Comics legend George Perez has sadly passed away.

George – who is best known as the artist of the Wonder Woman and Teen Titans comics – died on Friday (May 6) from a battle with pancreatic cancer at the age of 67.

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Gal Gadot Teases Possibility That Her Kids Will Return for 'Wonder Woman 3'

Gal Gadot is giving fans the inside scoop on the upcoming Wonder Woman movie!

In an interview with ET at the Elle Women in Hollywood event this week, the 36-year-old actress revealed whether her husband and kids would be making a cameo in the movie, after they briefly appeared in Wonder Woman 1984.

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Patty Jenkins Says 'Wonder Woman 1984' Theater & Streaming Release Was 'Heartbreaking'

Patty Jenkins is looking back at the release of Wonder Woman 1984.

The director made an appearance during a luncheon chat at CinemaCon on Thursday (August 26) in Las Vegas, via Deadline.

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These Photos From the New Warner Bros. Studio Tour in Hollywood Are So Cool!

Tons of new photos from inside the Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood have been revealed following last week’s grand reopening!

Bonnie Wright, who played Ginny Weasley in the Harry Potter series, was there to check out the Wizarding World section and get sorted at the Hogwarts Sorting Hat exhibit.

Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins made an appearance to see her film’s exhibit and pose with the Lasso of Hestia.

Maggie Wheeler, who played fan-favorite character Janice on Friends, checked out Monica’s apartment at the expanded Central Perk Cafe and she sat on the famous orange couch.

The tour now features an all-new Welcome Center, an expanded Studio Store with exclusive merch, an expanded Central Perk set with a working café, and an interactive grand finale with major highlights from the DC Universe and The Wizarding World of Harry Potter & Fantastic Beasts. The tour lasts about three hours, including 1hr 15min with a guide and the remaining time in a self-guided experience. Tickets are on sale now and are booking up quickly!

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A Big Star Revealed Princess Diana Inspired Her Superhero Character!

A big star who plays a beloved superhero just revealed that Princess Diana was the inspiration for how she played her character!

Many have considered Diana to be a real-life superhero so it’s no surprise that she would inspire someone to play one on screen.

Diana has already been portrayed on screen multiple times, including on The Crown and in a new movie that is currently being made.

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Gal Gadot Reveals How Playing Wonder Woman Inspired Her New Docuseries

Gal Gadot is reflecting on portraying Wonder Woman.

The Wonder Woman 1984 star opened up about her new docuseries called National Geographic Presents: Impact with Gal Gadot.

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The series highlights “incredible” women around the globe, which she says was inspired by her superhero role.

“I started to understand the influence I had on young people in 2017, as soon as Wonder Woman was out. You start to think about, ‘Okay, so I need to really be responsible and be truthful,’” she explained, via ET.

“I felt like I had such a big reach to people and just wanted to do something good…I wanted to use my reach and my platforms to get to as many people and shed light on these amazing, incredible women’s stories…all of these women are just incredible, and they are the real heroes. I keep on calling them my women of wonder because they are the true heroes,” she added.

“I go to set and I get dressed and I get my costume and sword and everything, I fight, but to make believe. They actually are there on the ground, sweating and all they can to really make the world a better place.”

She also recently revealed the skin products she uses to achieve her glow.