Gal Gadot will only be “Wonder Woman” again if Brett Ratner has nothing to do with the next film.

​By: Wayne D. Ayers II Photo Credit: HD WALLPAPERS Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) is using her powers to take a stand against movie producers and executives in Hollywood who are sexually harassing and assaulting women. A month after canceling to appear at a dinner to honor Brett Ratner, Gal Gadot still has a lot to say about the famed director and the accusations mounting against him. Now, Gal says she won’t return for another “Wonder Woman” movie if Brett Ratner is apart of it. Brett Ratner’s production company produced the film with Warner Brothers. Wonder Woman” has already brought in over $400 million. But if Gal Gadot has anything to say about it, the producer won’t see another penny from another “Wonder Woman” with her in it again. “Brett made a lot of money from the success of ‘Wonder Woman,’ thanks to his company helping finance the first movie. Gadot is saying she won’t sign for the sequel unless Warner buys Brett out of his production deal and gets rid of him. She also knows that Warner has to side with her on this issue as it develops. They can’t have a movie rooted in women’s empowerment being part-financed by a man accused of sexual misconduct against women.” When news first broke against Brett Ratner in October, Gal immediately took to Instagram to post a statement. Earlier in the week, Warner Brothers ended their working relationship with Brett Ratner after multiple women came forward accusing the director of sexual harassment including other big name actors such as Olivia Munn and Ellen Page. It seems Gal Gadot made a huge impact by standing up and using her power to get Brett Ratner out of the next “Wonder Woman.” We all need to come together and make sure these situations like this never happen again.

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