In an interview LATimes released when the film debuted, we got some interesting information. According to actress Connie Nielsen, we’ll be seeing General Antiope and Queen Hippolyta in Justice League. For those who don’t want Wonder Woman spoilers, please run!
They weren’t able to give too much away and did not elaborate. But if you know how Wonder Woman played out, then you know this is a weird bit of information. If the scene doesn’t end up on the cutting room floor, we’ll be able to see Queen Hippolyta and General Antiope once more.
LA Times: The film only briefly touches on the relationship between Queen Hippolyta and Diana. Are we going to see more of that in the future?
Gadot: Of course. The mother and daughter relationship is always a beautiful but complex relationship. I think that there’s a lot more to explore.
Nielsen: And [Wright and I] got to do more in Justice League as well. As sisters as well. Kind of badass as well. We can’t say much, but …
Wright: And more of the story, you get some of the history.
So what we can gather is that there will have to be a flashback scene. We know this film will be overloaded already, developing 3 new characters plus bringing one back from the dead. It has a lot on it’s plate. So how will a flashback be incorporated into the film? Well, there’s the possibility that the Amazon’s fighting in the trailer is actually a flashback scene which Antiope is a part of. It could be used to help explain the history of the parademons on Earth. Otherwise she could come up as a memory for Diana or they will resurrect her. The latter is the most unlikely and will diminish the impact her death had in the film.
What do you think of this news? Are you looking forward to more Amazonian action? We sure are! Be sure to come back to Geek Girl Authority for more DC news.
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