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Gal Gadot doesn't want to work with Ratner on another 'Wonder Woman'

Wonderwall logo Wonderwall 12/11/2017 Molly McGonigle
Gal Gadot wearing a black dress: Gal Gadot attends the "Wonder Woman" Mexico City premiere at Parque Toreo on May 27, 2017. © WireImage Gal Gadot attends the "Wonder Woman" Mexico City premiere at Parque Toreo on May 27, 2017.

Wonder Woman is using her super powers to stand up for women in Hollywood.

A month after canceling to appear at a dinner to honor Brett Ratner, Gal Gadot still has a lot to say about the famed director and the accusations mounting against him.

Now, Gal says she won't reprise her role for future "Wonder Woman" movies unless Brett Ratner is not involved, reports Page Six. Brett Ratner's production company produced the film in conjunction with Warner Brothers.

a close up of Gal Gadot wearing a costume: Gal Gadot starred as Wonder Woman in 2017's "Wonder Woman." © Warner Bros. Gal Gadot starred as Wonder Woman in 2017's "Wonder Woman." "Wonder Woman" has already brought in over $400 million. But if Gal Gadot has anything to say about it, the producer won't see another dime.

"Brett made a lot of money from the success of 'Wonder Woman,' thanks to his company having helped finance the first movie," a WB insider said. "Now Gadot is saying she won't sign for the sequel unless Warner Bros. buys Brett out [of his financing deal] and gets rid of him. She also knows that Warner Bros. has to side with her on this issue as it develops. They can't have a movie rooted in women's empowerment being part-financed by a man ­accused of sexual misconduct against women."

When news first broke against Brett Ratner, Gal immediately took to Instagram to post a statement. 

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Earlier in the week, Warner Brothers ended their working relationship with Brett Ratner after multiple women came forward accusing the director of sexual harassment -- including women like Olivia Munn and Ellen Page.

We'll see if this wonder woman really can make a difference in Hollywood!

ICYMI: The week in celeb news:

a woman talking on a cell phone: <p>November 10 was a holiday for "Swifties," as their queen, <a href="">Taylor Swift</a>, released her "Reputation" album. Fans (and media) were very quick to start dissecting the lyrics, hoping to get some insight into her under-the-radar relationship with Joe Alwyn. Most suspect that her previously-released song "Gorgeous" is about Joe. Most think "Call It What You Want" is inspired by him, too. Much of the album appears to be a giant love note. "Delicate" appears to have been inspired by the start of a relationship. "Is it cool that I said all that / Is it too soon to do this yet / 'Cause I know that it's delicate," she says. The song "Dancing with Our Hands Tied" seems to hint at a rough in the romance. The relationship, it seems, is fiery (in a good way.) In "Dress" she sings, "Gettin' caught up in a moment / Lipstick all in your face / You know I'm not a bad girl, but I do bad things with you." Taylor seems enamored and head over heels for her beau.</p> Taylor Swift's album gives insight into her romance , Britney Spears sells painting for $10K and more ICYMI news


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