8 Unknown Facts of Wonder Women.

By: Nitin Singh


Director Patty Jenkins, known for her work on Wonder Woman, drew inspiration for crafting a superhero story from Richard Donner's Superman, showcasing her diverse directorial talents. 

Lynda Carter and Lyle Waggoner, stars of the '70s TV show, were initially sought for cameo appearances in the blockbuster but were unable to participate due to busy schedules 

In an unconventional marketing move, a Wonder Woman paint scheme graced a NASCAR car driven by the renowned racer Danica Patrick in two races in 2017. 

Several Arabic countries, including Qatar and Lebanon, banned Wonder Woman due to Gal Gadot's Israeli military service, causing a stir unrelated to the film's content. 

The breathtaking Themyscira scenes were shot on the stunning Amalfi Coast of Italy, providing a real-world backdrop to the mythical Amazonian home. 

In a departure from comic book tradition, the film avoids directly referring to Diana as "Wonder Woman," opting for a more realistic approach to superhero nomenclature. 

Danny Huston's character, Erich Ludendorff, is a nod to a real German general from World War I, adding a touch of historical authenticity to the fantastical superhero narrative. 

 To portray the formidable Artemis, director Patty Jenkins cast non-actor Ann Wolfe, a retired female boxing champion with a record of 24-1, infusing the character with genuine toughness.