The premiere of the movie Wonder Woman is scheduled for June 2, but months before it is already giving a talk. And not just for good. The trailer for the new superhero movie has given much to talk about a detail that has angered the fans.
There are still several months for the expected movie Wonder Woman, but the release of the trailer has already given much to speak. The debate has nothing to do with the plot of the film or the characterization of the superheroine. What has provoked the first controversy has been, nothing more and nothing less, the armpits of Gal Gadot, who plays Wonder Woman.
Something difficult for many, since it is a woman who has been raised on an island, far from all the dictates of feminine beauty of our society. Wonder Woman would, therefore, have no reason to depilate.
In the video, there is a scene, which lasts for no more than a second, in which Gal Gadot raises his arms allowing his armpits to be perfectly shaved.
Others go even further and consider that even the way to remove hair from the armpits has been a fudge.
Are your armpits bleached?
To many, this fact is absurd, even by the way the special effects team would have had to remove the hair from the actress’s armpits. Apparently, those responsible for post-production would have whitened this part of Gal Gadot’s body to prevent hair.
However, journalist Katherine Timpf has published an article in National Review in which she remembers that there should be no debate because the Wonder Woman of the comics always had, since 1941, the armpits shaved. “If you do not like it, make up your heroine that does not shave,” finishes
Wonder Woman is one of the most expected films of 2017 as it will be the first time we see the Amazon superheroine in a production for the big screen. The film has generated great expectations since it is the first tape of superheroes directed by a woman. The character also has raised great controversy since its creators announced that it is bisexual, the UN named Honorary Ambassador to him and soon it was dismissed due to a wave of protests that alleged that by the “perfection” of its body was far from being a model to follow.
Forty years ago, Lynda Carter gave life to this character on television, becoming one of the first women to represent a heroine. Now, the actress Gal Gadot will be who appropriates the paper in this production