Gal Gadot won't do 'Wonder Woman 2' if Brett Ratner is involved

Gal Gadot won't do 'Wonder Woman 2' if Brett Ratner is involved

Gal Gadot won't do 'Wonder Woman 2' if Brett Ratner is involved

Before stories broke of Ratner's alleged acts, Gadot backed out of a dinner honoring Ratner where she was to present the award to him.

Ratner's company, RatPac-Dune Entertainment co-produced the hugely successful film along with Warner Brothers, and is therefore lined up for the sequel. Given the runaway hit status of the original "Wonder Woman" film, the studio will already have to to cough up considerably more money than they were expecting to in order to secure the once virtually unknown Gadot under any circumstances.

It appears Gadot has demanded that Warner Bros. buy out Ratner from his part in the "Wonder Woman" sequel or she won't sign onto appear. She also knows that Warner Bros. has to side with her on this issue as it develops. Her reported reason? In light of recent allegations against the director-writer-producer, Gadot is rumored to not want to work with a man accused by multiple women (including actresses Olivia Munn and Ellen Page) of sexual harassment and assault.

Brett Ratner now stands accused of alleged sexual harassment, homophobic abuse, and sexual assault by more than a half-dozen women.

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Wonder Woman 2 shall and will only materialise if this one condition is met, says Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot. I stand by all the courageous women confronting their fears and speaking out.

Wonder Woman was the film that saved the DCEU after Man of Steel, Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad all hinted that the superhero universe was headed in the wrong direction.

But it's good to know that Gadot won't stand for Ratner taking what isn't his, building settlements in the psyches of women, treating them like second-class citizens and slandering or outright attacking them if they dare to stand up for themselves.

"'You should f*** her to make her realize she's gay.' He said this about me during a cast and crew "meet and greet" before we began filming, X Men: The Last Stand", Page wrote. The only comment Page Six got was from a Warner Bros. rep who said simply, "False".

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