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Wonder Woman 2: A fun and optimistic movie?

Wonder Woman 2: A fun and optimistic movie?

Per their coverage, Twitter user @iamgeekingout noticed some striking similarities between the scene where Diana pulls Steve to safety on the beach and the scene in The Little Mermaid when Ariel pulls Eric to safety.

How freaking sweet! We don't know about you, but we think we just might have a new fave couple to ship...

In one memorable scene in the new film, Wonder Woman conceals a sword, known as the "Godkiller", in the back of her ball gown. BuzzFeed points out an Entertainment Weekly interview from last month in which Allan Heinberg, Wonder Woman's screenwriter, discussed the two films' likeness.

He added: "This is a woman who has been raised in a very protective, sheltered life, she's curious about what life is like outside and she wants to have her own experience". And so, on the one hand, I'm so delighted by those screenings and want people to be able to have those screenings.

With Gal Gadot now married to her husband for close to a decade, it doesn't seem like a surprise that he's proud of that fact, proud enough to wear a T-shirt that tells the world whom he's married to. Fighting alongside man in a war to end all wars, Diana will discover her full powers...and her true destiny. Boys have always had a figure to look up to, whether it's Superman, Batman or Spider-Man. "That's a true woman for me". And they all have one thing in common: they all look great.

I would suggest Ms. Kanji reconsider her position. "I'm having a party for 28 10 year olds and Tiana just brought the cake from Charm City Cakes".