'Wonder Woman 2' Release Date Moved Up 6 Weeks

'Wonder Woman 2' Release Date Moved Up 6 Weeks

Just before the LA Times story on Ratner hit, Gadot pulled out of presenting Ratner with the Jewish National Fund's highest humanitarian award.

Gadot has been a vocal proponent of shining a light on sexual harassment in Hollywood at a time when women and men - including a slew of actresses, actors, and behind-the-scenes players - have spoken out about the topic in the wake of a cavalcade of accusations of sexual misconduct against Miramax cofounder Harvey Weinstein.

"She's tough and stands by her principles", a source told Page Six.

Gadot was moved by Rivlin's warm wishes and thanked him at her event.

Presumably, Warner Bros. won't let go of Gadot and would probably like to lose Ratner. "She also knows that Warner Bros. has to side with her on this issue as it develops", a Warner Bros. source told Page Six.

A person familiar with the decision said that Ratner's expired first-look production deal with the studio will not be renewed and that he will no longer occupy the office space he rented on the company's lot in Burbank, Calif.

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The 32-year-old actress is said to have given Warner Bros.an ultimatum because she's unhappy about the idea of working with the movie mogul again after he was accused of sexual misconduct. She deserves a standing ovation.

For now, Warner Bros.is denying reports of Gadot's holdout to Page Six and neither Gadot nor Ratner has publicly responded to the story.

The "Wonder Woman 2" release date was moved up six weeks to november 1, 2019, so as not to interfere with "Star Wars: Episode IX", but production will still likely begin after RatPac-Dune's contact ends.

That takes care of the Star Wars problem for Warner Bros.

Rattner's company has a financial stake in the "Wonder Woman" franchise, and Gadot wants it to be completely severed before she'll return to the popular role, according to an anonymous insider.

She wrote on Instagram earlier this month: 'Bullying and sexual harassment is unacceptable!

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