Lynda Carter Replaces Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman in Awesome Deepfake Video

Wonder Woman Updates: The American superhero film based on the DC Comics character Wonder Woman, this is the successor to 2017’s blockbuster flick Wonder Woman by Warner Bros.

Pictures and the ninth installment in the DC Extended Universe cinematic venture. Directed by Patty Jenkins who also co-scripted the show along with Geoff Johns and David Callaham, they spawned the idea of this sequel early in 2017 with the affirmation the next month.

The film had its first premiere through DC FanDome virtual platform on Dec 15, 2020, and has already served its slate for a theatrical release in the U.S. before being picked up by the streaming service of HBO Max.

Wonder Women 1984 though notched up scores, mostly negative in reviews. Several critical consensuses read the verdict of being “overindulgent or cliché” as it hit the silver screen on Dec 25, 2020, accompanied by its digital streams availability on HBO Max from that day through till one month.

However, it rolled into the theatres in countries that do not hold the HBO Max flagship since Dec 16, 2020, and became the most-watched straight-to-streaming title of 2020.

Wonder Woman: What has been grabbing our attention lately?

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Recently what came to flash in an awesome new deep fake video is  Lynda Carter replacing Gal Gadot as the DCEU’s Wonder Woman.

Long before Gadot embodied DC superhero Diana Prince aka Wonder Woman on the big screen, Carter gave the character the small screen premiere in a TV series that ran for four seasons and 59 episodes in the 1970s.

Given the special place Carter still holds in the hearts of many Wonder Woman fans, it’s unfair that she never came off as a silver screen hero. But owing to the graphics resources, Carter had her claim-to-fame moment as Wonder Woman in DC Cinematic Universe.

Carter and Gadot switching faces between the new movies and the original TV show add to the point of how implacable the character has become in terms of look and feel.

Needless to say, the new movies are much more visually impressive than the show, but in spirit, the movies and the staple show are in fact not that different. The above deepfake also is admissive that Carter could have been the star whatsoever in a big-budget adaptation had it been contemporaneous with her TV show.

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