Gal Gadot plays a pretty awesome Wonder Woman, I think we can all agree on that. Overcoming criticism, dominating the box office this year- she’s a formidable force in the DCEU. During a segment in IGN where her and co-star Ezra Miller interviewed each other, she had a message for misogynists.
The two actors exchanged simple questions but one was seemingly from the heart. Miller, realizing Gadot’s strength and influence as Diana, asked the actress to say something for him. “Would you say, into the camera, ‘Hetero-patriarchy, your wrath upon this world is over’? I want it so bad!” Miller has openly stated that he considers himself queer so this was an empowering message for him as well. However, Gadot flipped the script a bit.
Misogynist sexists, your wrath upon this world is over.
Miller still loved it saying it was the greatest moment of his life. His energy is just so infectious! While her message is aimed mostly towards women, we know that Wonder Woman has compassion for all. But really, it was just a fun moment during an endless stream of press junket questions. Always great to see the cast having fun rather than avoid questions and answer the same things all the time.
As a bonus – Gadot listed her biggest hero was Maya Angelou. She noted that female idols were mostly princesses and there were not enough “strong” women out there. And a second bonus, Miller was asked which Hogwarts House is the best to be sorted into. The noted Potterhead mentioned that everyone says Gryffindor – but did we really hear his answer?
What do you think of Gal Gadot’s message? Check out the full interview below and let us know! Be sure to come back to Geek Girl Authority for more fun clips! You can see Gadot and Ezra Miller this Friday, November 17th when Justice League comes to theaters.
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