The 50-year-old director is helming the DC Comics ensemble movie which will see the likes of Batman (Ben Affleck), Superman (Henry Cavill), the Flash (Ezra Miller), Aquaman (Jason Momoa) and Cyborg (Ray Fisher) join forces to defeat the evil Steppenwolf (Ciarán Hinds) and has said that the female superhero, played by Gal Gadot, will become a more rounded character throughout her upcoming standalone movie 'Wonder Woman', and will be fully formed by the time she unites with the rest of the 'Justice League' cast.
Speaking to newspaper USA Today, Zack said of the character: "[Humanity] has its moments, but it can be brutal, and her coming to terms with that dichotomy is what we come to learn about her. And in League', she's fully evolved into someone who's embraced mankind, partly through Superman's sacrifice. She's like, 'All right, I've got to pick it up.'However, as Zack is not heading up the standalone movie - which will nstead be directed by Patty Jenkins - he revealed no further details about the character's plot, and it is unknown how evolved as character she will be by the end of 'Wonder Woman', or at the start of 'Justice League'.
Wonder Woman was created in 1971 by William Moulton Marston, whose character comes from the all-female fictional paradise of Themyscira in the Amazon.
Though she was initially written to test the reaction of fans to a female superhero in the DC comics universe, her popularity grew quickly and she got her own storyline just one year later. 'Justice League: Part 1' will be released on November 17, 2017.
Tom Hardy is not impressed with modern day superheroes.The 39-year-old actor is not a fan of how "clean-living" the characters in such films have become unlike back in the 80s. Describing the differences between Harrison Ford's Indiana Jones and Chris Hemsworth's Thor, he told The Sunday Times newspaper: "One was allowed to express personal characteristics.
"Now you've got to look like you've just come off a vegan diet, gone to the gym, part Navy Seal, really clean-valued, clean-living, moralistic and then you go out and save the world from an impending danger that isn't really dangerous at all."
It comes after Hardy addressed reports he will play a Stormtrooper in the new 'Star Wars' movie. The 'Legend' star refused to confirm if he will be involved in the franchise but did not rule himself out completely. He previously said: "I don't know if I can even say that...the internet is a glorious web of deceit and misinformation isn't it?"
When asked if the report was misinformation, he replied, "It could be, couldn't it?"Tom also addressed his "dark" reputation and admitted he has been a "d**k" in the past.He said: "There's this myth, which is quite asinine, that circulates about me - usua
There are other people who I work with consistently who know that's not the case who just wouldn't risk having somebody like that in their midst because there's too much at stake. Obviously, you're going to rub people the wrong way ... and I've been a d**k. But then, who hasn't?"