Feminism and the birth of Wonder Woman – The National Business Review


The National Business Review

Feminism and the birth of Wonder Woman
The National Business Review
The success of the superhero comic blockbuster Wonder Woman – the sixth biggest grossing film in New Zealand this year at $3.6 million – contrasts with the feeble returns for film on her origins, Professor Martson and the Wonder Women. On Mojo, it ...

Holly Richardson: Honoring the Wonder Women in our lives – Salt Lake Tribune


Salt Lake Tribune

Holly Richardson: Honoring the Wonder Women in our lives
Salt Lake Tribune
By the end of September, “Wonder Woman” had pulled in gross worldwide sales of over $818 million. It was the top grossing film of the summer, the No. 1 film with a female director (Patty Jenkins), the No. 1 superhero origin film (domestic and worldwide ...

‘Justice League’ Thursday Box Office Tops ‘Wonder Woman’, Lags Behind ‘Batman v Superman’ – Collider.com


'Justice League' Thursday Box Office Tops 'Wonder Woman', Lags Behind 'Batman v Superman'
Collider.com
However, even if Justice League isn't getting Wonder Women level reviews, critical response is up from Suicide Squad and BvS, so that may help the film play like a less front-loaded superhero pic. For comparison, Disney/Marvel's Thor: Ragnarok recently ...

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Runders on right foot – Hong Kong Standard (press release)


Hong Kong Standard (press release)

Runders on right foot
Hong Kong Standard (press release)
Four female marathon runners from Hong Kong want to put their feet in the male-dominated world arena. They are the Runders - runners aspiring to be Wonder Women. They call themselves Runder.Woman after their super-heroine Wonder Woman. They will ...

Professor Marston and the Wonder Women – Movies.ie – Irish Cinema Site


Professor Marston and the Wonder Women
Movies.ie - Irish Cinema Site
THE PLOT: Based on the true story of the life of Wonder Woman creator William Moulton Marston (Luke Evans), the film follows the unconventional relationship between Marston, his wife Elizabeth (Rebecca Hall) and their teaching assistant Olive Byrne ...

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Professor Marston and the Wonder Women review: Cracking story shows love is love – The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Professor Marston and the Wonder Women review: Cracking story shows love is love
The Sydney Morning Herald
Four years later, he invented Wonder Woman, while working as a consultant to M.C. Gaines, the publisher of Superman. This early superheroine was a vehicle for Marston's ideas about the superior powers of women – a propaganda tool for remaking the ...

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