Cast member Gal Gadot attends the premiere of the film "Fast & Furious"
Cast member Gal Gadot attends the premiere of the film "Fast & Furious" in Los Angeles March 12, 2009. Reuters/Phil McCarten

Wonder Woman’s age in “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice” and the timeline of the solo movie has been revealed in a new report. Meanwhile, Zack Snyder responded to comments by Steven Spielberg about the possibility of superhero movie fatigue.

Heroic Hollywood reports that Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) may be about 200 years old in Snyder’s movie. The report also reveals that the timeline of the 2017 solo movie of the character will show her to be around during World War I and the movie will later show the character in modern times.

The report is as of now unconfirmed and readers are advised to consider them to be rumours at this time. The new information about the timeline of the solo movie contradicts previous rumours that stated that the Patty Jenkins movie would be set in the 1920s.

In an interview with Yahoo , Snyder said that he loved working in the DC universe because characters like Wonder Woman, Batman (Ben Affleck) and Superman (Henry Cavill) are a part of U.S. mythology. The director conceded that the recent success of superhero movies has put pressure on filmmakers to come out with more movies in the genre. He, however, explained that “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice” was more from a “mythological universe,” rather than another superhero movie.

The director was responding to comments by Spielberg, who had suggested that the interest in superhero movies will wane over time, the same way as the interest in western movies declined. Snyder said that Spielberg may not be wrong, but later added that it is not always clear what the audience will like in the future.

Talking about introducing many new characters in his forthcoming movie, Snyder said there is “something really fun” about introducing new characters in the movie. The director, however, explained that although the movie has many new characters he has tried to stay “central to the real core mythology” in the movie and hopes that the fans enjoy it.

Snyder also addressed rumours surrounding “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice” about his son playing Robin. The director confirmed that the rumour was not true, but added that it was fun to see the fans speculate about the movie and see images of his son in Robin costumes.

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