James Cameron Says His Pregant Na’vi Warrior In “Avatar: The Way Of Water” Is “The Last Bastion For Female Empowerment”
In addition to the dazzling images on a huge aquamarine screen that James Cameron has promised us, he also promises that Avatar: The Way of Water does more to depict “female empowerment” than “Wonder Woman and Captain Marvel” because one of the blue aliens he made up in his mind is “a female warrior who’s six months pregnant.” OK, James! We see you. Female empowerment hasn’t had a champion this dedicated to the cause since the last time James declared his strong female lead unfuckable. You see, unlike that big-tittied strumpet Wonder Woman, Sarah Connor in The Terminator had “pure grit” where her Double-Ds should be. Back then, James’ brand of feminism earned him an Amazonian pimp slap from across the universe from THEE Ms. Lynda Carter, who said to James, “you poor soul,” “STOP IT.” Now I’m going to need somebody to please go get Lynda her Bracelets of Submission; she’s gonna need them again.
“Wonder Woman 1984” Scored The Biggest Box-Office Of The Pandemic And A Third Movie Is Being Fast-Tracked
Wonder Woman 1984 was released in theaters and on HBO Max on Christmas Day, and many watched it and thought, “Okay, that was a mess that actually happened.” The reviews have also been mixed, but since it’s one of the only big movies to come out in theaters in the past few months, it got the biggest box office opening of the pandemic. And because of that, a third movie has been fast-tracked. Oh good! Because a significant drop in quality will absolutely be remedied by then speeding up the next.
Gal Gadot spoke to The Los Angeles Times to promote Wonder Woman 1984 and during her talk with them she mentioned the whole Joss Whedon investigation being done by Warner Bros. As a member of the Justice League, she too was asked about Joss’ alleged asshole behavior on-set. And guess what? She admitted she had some issues with him too. Welp, no need to Lasso of Truth anyone here, seems everyone is freely down to say Joss Whedon is kind of an asshole.
It looks like we’ll finally all get to see the much-anticipated and constantly delayed release of Wonder Woman 1984, the sequel to 2017’s Wonder Woman. And you don’t even have to leave the comfort (and safety) of your own home to do it. That’s because Warner Bros. announced that WW84 will be dropping in theaters on Christmas Day, as previously promised, but it will also premiere on HBO Max. I guess I should have been more specific when I said we’ll all finally get to see it. Technically you’re gonna have to have an HBO Max subscription, or enough charm and charisma to butter up a friend who will give you their log-in and password info. Hey, it’s the holidays – it’s the least they can do, right?
Gal Gadot kicked off the coronavirus quarantine by getting her celebrity friends together to do that very ill-received cover of John Lennon‘s Imagine. It was pretty much unanimously hated and now Gal has spoken about the decision to inflict that tone-deaf act of narcissism upon us, saying her intentions were pure but conceding the video didn’t “transcend.” I don’t know, when I saw it for the first time I briefly lost consciousness so maybe I was transcending?
Anyone who was really looking forward to seeing Kristen Wiig hit the big screen looking like a Petster toy cat that was thrown in the washing machine on a heavy scrub cycle (even though the tag specifically says spot clean ONLY), are going to have to wait just a bit longer. Wonder Woman 1984 feels like it’s going to take 84 years to finally make it to the theaters, because Variety is reporting that the release date has been pushed to Christmas.