Gal Gadot won't do 'Wonder Woman 2' if Brett Ratner is involved

Emilio Banks
November 14, 2017

Last month she was set to present him with an award at a dinner for the Jewish National Fund however backed out at the last moment.

"Brett made a lot of money from the success of Wonder Woman, thanks to his company having helped finance the first movie". After receiving rave reviews from both viewers and critics alike, the box office hit also became the highest-grossing live action movie directed by a woman. According to Deadline, Gadot is already locked in to reprise her role in Wonder Woman 2, and there haven't been any problems between the actor and Warner Bros. regarding Ratner. Now, Gadot's saying she will not sign for the sequel unless Warner Bros. buys Brett out and gets rid of him, ' one source revealed.

The source added of Israeli-born Gadot, "She's tough and stands by her principles".

Her warning is a serious one hitting Warner Bros where it hurts, their wallets. Warner Bros has also announced that they won't renew their co-financing deal with Ratner's production banner and he would be removed from any upcoming projects.

The allegations against Ratner began when Henstridge and five other women accused Ratner of a range of sexual harassment and misconduct.

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Gadot also voiced her support on Instagram for the wave of women opening up about their harrowing experiences with sexual assault as of late. Nonetheless, nervous Hollywood film studios are taking note of such allegations and cutting ties with a growing list of male Hollywood bigwigs and stars who find themselves under increasing attack for sexual predation.

The film maker has been accused of sexual misconduct by at least six women, including actresses Olivia Munn and Ellen Page.

However, a spokesperson for Warner Bros. vehemently denied the Page Six story to Business Insider. "Together we stand. We are all united in this time of change".

Gadot has been a vocal advocate for the women who have stood up against harassment they claim to have suffered at the hands of the Hollywood elite.

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