Gal Gadot threatens to exit 'Wonder Woman' sequel

Anita Tucker
November 16, 2017

Ellen also shared the homophobic comments he made to her in a Facebook post published last Friday.

Six women, including actress Olivia Munn, have accused Ratner of sexual harassment and misconduct.

"She's tough and stands by her principles", a source told Page Six.

"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.

RatPac-Dune Entertainment and Warner Bros. appear to be obligated to their current co-financing agreement through spring of 2018, according to that report.

'She also knows that Warner Bros. has to side with her on this issue as it develops. 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. She was 18-years-old at the time.

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Ratner - who has denied the allegations against him through his lawyer - helped produce the first "Wonder Woman" movie as part of a co-financing deal with Warner Bros. through his own company RatPac-Dune Entertainment, and Gal is believed to want the arrangement terminated before the sequel.

Earlier this month, Warner Bros. severed its ties with Ratner amid multiple sexual harassment claims made against him.

The original date for the flick was supposed to be on December 13, 2019. "It's false", an unnamed Warner Bros. spokesperson told Business Insider about the story that originated with Page Six.

The rumours surrounding Ratner have always been brewing, but recent accusations from six women, including actresses Olivia Munn and Natasha Henstridge, as well as Ellen Page's epic Facebook post about the director outing her and humiliating her on set, have brought his misconduct all out into the open.

"We are all united in this time of change".

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