Alleged deleted ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ photos show Gal Gadot at Nazi rally

Wonder Woman 1984 left what Diana did for 70 years between WWI and the 80s a mystery – until now, it seems.

Source: Wonder Woman 1984, WB Pictures

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Leaked photos shared online, supposedly from deleted scenes and content meant to fill in the DCEU’s lost history, offer evidence of what Diana was up to in her time, and one image in particular doesn’t put her in a good light. day.

Everyone wondered why she sat on the fringes of WWII, the rise of Hitler and the Holocaust only to resurface in the Reagan era, but judging by the photo and a gallery of others, it’s not quite true that she did.

As the doctored photo causing the most outrage shows, Diana can be seen at a Nazi rally, seemingly appalled by what she sees and hears, but doing little else, or even trying to stop the movement immediately.

Source: Wonder Woman 1984, Warner Bros. Pictures

Equally blatant, she’s joined by her and Steve’s castmates from the first film, including Etta Candy (Lucy Davis), The Chief (Eugene Brave Rock) and Charlie (Ewen Bremner), who barely react.

Judge for yourself below:

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There’s also a photo of Wonder Woman present when the surviving prisoners are released from Auschwitz, but that doesn’t make up for the misstep of the Nazi rally image, because it raises too many questions.

Why was she there? Why didn’t she do anything before? Where is his armor? Did Diana fight the rest of the war? If so, was she on D-Day or the Battle of the Bulge or Iwo Jima?

Source: Gal Gadot WW Fans, Twitter

If the answer is “no,” it’s a parody and lazy disregard for conflict, tyranny, genocide, and innocent lives that don’t befit any incarnation of Wonder Woman. This is especially true for a character who debuted during the Golden Age of WWII and was nearly retconned to be the DCU’s first superhero by Dan DiDio for the failed push. 5G.

It’s easy to see why it was cut from the film, and fans are rightly roasting and destroying the Nazi pic. Gal Gadot, Patty Jenkins and WW84 co-author Geoff Johns, on the other hand, did not comment on the matter – which is most embarrassing for the Israeli Gadot.

Source: Wonder Woman 1984 (2020), Warner Bros.

It is possible that the photos do not actually come from the production of the film, but Wonder Woman 1984 was such a disappointing schlock-fest full of disjointed ideas, you can’t pass up the creative team to do a stunt like this.

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