Zack Snyder admits that the introduction of Wonder Woman was almost very different


Wonder Woman almost made his debut on the big screen in a very different way.

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice might not be the superhero movie favorite of all. The bad reviews of the film and the performance of the box office less than expected certainly made a dent in the DC Extended Universe. But the combination of superheroes Zack Snyder established many elements that have led to other movies.

Of course, Ben Affleck is finished with Batman, and nobody knows exactly if Henry Cavill will return any time as Superman. But Batman v Superman completed the rest of the Justice League. The Cyborg Ray Fisher, the Flash Ezra Miller and Aquaman with Jason Momoa, the latter of which earned their own success of $ 1 billion, also made his debut in the film.

But no part of the Snyder film has had the impact of interpreting Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman. So fans were surprised to learn how different it was supposed to be the presentation of the character.

Zack Snyder at the premiere of “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” | Mike Coppola / .

Zack Snyder recently organized a festival of surveillance “Batman v Superman”

To commemorate the fourth anniversary of the movie, the director recently organized a feast in vivo of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice at Vero. Since its launch in cinemas, the film has inspired a cult following of fans who really appreciate the scope epic and serious tone that Snyder brought to the story. To be fair, the film marked the first union of live action heroes owners.

During the live event, Snyder shared a lot of information intriguing behind-the-scenes on the production. A fact even explained how the death of Superman at the end of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was intended to lead to the Justice League. Given the campaign of fans on course for Warner Bros. to launch the cut of Snyder’s latest film, this part jumped out.

However, another interesting path is not directly linked with Wonder Woman. Throughout the film, Diana Prince is undercover and investigating Lex Luthor (Jesse Eisenberg). But when Bruce Wayne gets an old photo of her, discovers that Diana might not be who he claims to be.

The background story of Wonder Woman almost was not established during the First World War

In the Snyder film, the photo in question shows Diana with the attire full of Wonder Woman along with Steve Trevor of Chris Pine and other characters who then saw in Wonder Woman. That movie, of course, takes place in the First World War. But according to the event Vero Snyder, this period of time was not always the photo of Diana.

When we shot Vhl, we had not yet finished the concept for Wonder Woman … Originally, he had been the Crimean War because it was one of the first lists of cons where you used the photo, and I wanted to get the most stretch possible. I think that originally we talked about that even was the Civil War as a possibility. Only in our first conversations, we were like “What would it really the distance?”

Both the Crimean war as the american civil war took place in the mid-NINETEENTH century. Then, either of the two conflicts would have been ideal if Snyder had wanted a war more ancient for the history of Diana. However, the first does not involve the united States, what could have been a drawback for a great Hollywood movie.

“Wonder Woman” finally made the best choice

The great revelation of Wonder Woman was based on a photo, Snyder said, as incontrovertible proof that he lived so long without aging. Finally, the choice of the First World War proved to be the ideal choice. The conflict not only involved the united States, but that, as proclaimed by Trevor in the movie, the people at that time considered the First World War as “the war to end all wars”.

Given that Target is operating under the assumption that Ares is behind the war, it is difficult to imagine an example more impressive to establish the bets that that there. In addition, avoid obvious choices such as the Second World War distinguishes instantly Wonder Woman, particularly of Captain America: The First Avenger.