Gal Gadot will quit Wonder Woman unless this alleged harasser is fired

Kelly Massey
November 14, 2017

According to the "Page Six" report, Gadot is refusing to allow Ratner and his production company, which helped finance the first "Wonder Woman", to earn any more money on a film rooted in the empowerment of women.

"Wonder Woman" grossed more than $400 million internationally, with Rattner's company earning much of the profit, while "Batman Versus Superman", which featured Gadot in the superhero role, grossed more than $422 million internationally.

Warner Bros. said the story about Gal Gadot not returning as Wonder Woman if Brett Ratner is involved was 'false'.

The source finished by telling the publication: "She's tough and stands by her principles. She also knows the best way to hit people like Brett Ratner is in the wallet", the Warner Bros. insider told Page Six.

And last week, actress Ellen Page penned a Facebook post recounting a moment on the set of X-Men: The Last Stand - which Ratner directed - alleging that Ratner harassed her by specifically telling another woman to "fuck her to make her realize she's [Page is] gay". Wonder Women director Patty Jenkins took Gadot's place and presented the award to the embattled producer. After her initial report was published, Los Angeles Times reporter Amy Kaufman says she has been contacted by 45 more individuals with allegations.

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Six women have come forward to accuse Brett of sexual misconduct, including Natasha Henstridge and Olivia Munn. I stand by all the courageous women confronting their fears and speaking out.

Although he had denied all allegations against him, Warner Bros has reportedly severed ties with him.

"This is what happens when you attempt to ambush Wonder Woman: The instant your hands fall upon her, she's already holding them-your hands are her hands now".

It's certainly a news story that makes it clear the Israeli actress was a flawless choice for Diana Prince, as it would suggest she is using her newfound A-list status to actually enforce a change benefitting women in her industry.

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