Gal Godot Gives Warner Brothers An Ultimatum: Ratner's Out Or She's Out

Tomas Mccoy
November 14, 2017

Wonder Woman grossed over $800 million internationally, so if the actress that so skillfully gave life to the favorite comic book character refuses to do the sequel, they would be losing a lot of money! But reports are swirling that star Gadot has yet to officially sign her contract for the second Wonder Woman movie because executive producer Brett Ratner is still attached to the film.

In the wake of the accusations, Ratner has already issued a statement saying that he would be distancing himself from all Warner Bros-related deals until the personal issues are resolved.

Business Insider contacted Gal Gadot's representative for comment but did not get an immediate response.

Recently actor Ellen Page came forward to say that Ratner had sexually harassed her on the set of 'X-Men: "The Last Stand", as well as outing her as gay in front of the film's cast and crew.

Ratner's company, RatPac-Dune Entertainment co-produced the hugely successful film along with Warner Brothers, and is therefore lined up for the sequel.

On Nov. 1, the Los Angeles Times published a report containing sexual harassment allegations against Ratner from six women, including actress Olivia Munn.

We can't imagine having anyone else play Wonder Woman other than the charming Gal Gadot. "You are at Wonder Woman's mercy". Henstridge said she was only 19 when Ratner wouldn't let him leave his apartment and forced him to perform oral sex with him. I stand by all the courageous women confronting their fears and speaking out. You can catch Wonder Woman in action next in Justice League, which arrives on November 17.

To drive home the point, Gadot chose to pull out of a dinner last month, during which she was expected to present an award to Ratner for his achievements in film.

We certainly hope not; we couldn't imagine anyone embodying everything Wonder Woman stands for quiet so perfectly. Nevertheless, Ratner claimed last week that he himself had made the decision to step away from all Warner Bros. activities.

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