Gal Gadot says Wonder Woman has a unique understanding of the enemy in Justice League. As the much-anticipated DC team-up film rapidly approaches its November release date, the cast has begun talking about how their characters factor into the story, where it appears Wonder Woman will have evolved from her naive depiction in Wonder Woman and loner depiction in Batman v Superman be something of a wise elder to her teammates.
Justice League finds Earth under siege by Steppenwolf, a lieutenant of the godlike Darkseid, the Lord of Apokolips who believes Earth is ripe for the conquering in the wake of Superman's death at the end of Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice. Batman and Wonder Woman assemble a team that includes Aquaman, Cyborg, and The Flash to take on Steppenwolf as Earth's last line of defense.
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Gal Gadot's Diana Prince got the DC spotlight in a big way via this summer's smash hit Wonder Woman, and she figures to be a pivotal character in Justice League. In an interview with Us Weekly, Gadot suggests Wonder Woman not only will be wiser due to having lived a century since the events of her solo film, but that she's also familiar with the incoming threat to Earth
Us Weekly: How have your characters changed since we last saw them?
Gal Gadot: She’s grown up — it’s been a century, after all! She’ll bring her specific qualities to a group dynamic, and she understands the enemy better than anyone else.