Gal Gadot To Ignite Excitement At SnyderCon With Live Appearance

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Gal Gadot is expected to ignite excitement at SnyderCon with a live appearance. Sources reveal that Gal Gadot is planned to be a special guest at SnyderCon on April 30, which also happens to be her birthday. That is also the day of the IMAX screening of Zack Snyder’s Justice League. The showing will be held at Universal Citywalk that day. Tickets for SnyderCon sold out within minutes. I scooped Gadot at SnyderCon on Syl Abdul‘s YouTube channel earlier today.

SnyderCon is a three-day charity event to benefit for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and the Autumn Snyder Tribute Fund. Snyder’s daughter Snyder’s Autumn tragically ended her own life on March 2017 at the age of 20. Zack Snyder’s Justice League was dedicated to her.

SnyderCon takes place between April 28-30. The Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA will present the first two days with screenings of Man of Steel and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice respectively. Snyder himself will be in attendance throughout all of SnyderCon. The anti-SnyderVerse crowd has been trying to paint this convention as Snyder’s final goodbye to DC.

It isn’t.

Certainly, it’s unlikely Snyder will work with James Gunn’s DC Studios. Gunn is crafting a reboot that boots SnyderVerse heavy hitters such as Henry Cavill’s Superman, Ben Affleck’s Batman, and Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman from upcoming DC movies. Instead, Gunn will transition his friends and loved ones (including his wife Jennifer Holland) for future employment in the DCU.

That is, until the inevitable sale of Warner Bros. Discovery to Comcast or another corporate empire.

Gal Gadot To Ignite Excitement At SnyderCon With Live Appearance

Gal Gadot To Ignite Excitement At SnyderCon With Live Appearance

Image: Warner Bros. Discovery

Without a doubt, DC Studios would rather have fans stop clamoring for more of Snyder’s darker visions and simply accept what DC Studios co-CEOs Gunn and Peter Safran will spoon feed them. Propaganda assists with this, such as the altering video on Twitter to make it look like Gunn is responsible for approving SnyderCon when Snyder actually credited Warner Bros. Pictures execs Mike De Luca and Pam Abdy. Watch it unedited here.

In addition, Zachary Levi attempted to unite polarized DC audiences by blaming Snyder for the DCEU’s relative lack of commercial success compared to the MCU. He held Safran’s Shazam! franchise as the better standard.

The fans responded by making his Shazam! Fury of the Gods choke on it. It lost more than $100 million at the box office, a bomb so huge that its stench continues to linger throughout Tinseltown. Not even more skiing trips with Safran could continue Levi’s future at DC Studios; then again, you never know. Perhaps they could hire him as the voice of Krypto and have him beg like a dog. With DC going wacky with Creature Commandos, anything is possible.


DC Studios hoped Gal Gadot’s cameo in the Shazam! sequel would help it sell tickets. But moviegoers want to see Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman handled with respect and style, like she was in Snyder’s movies and director Patty Jenkins’ first Wonder Woman.

They may have to wait until YouTube personality Skiiwalker Tha Jedi’s #SellZSJLtoNetflix reaches its desired result. In other words, the only possibility of Snyder completing his DC story arc will be through a licensed third party. After all, Warner Bros. Discovery continues to deal with financial losses.

Gal Gadot To Ignite Excitement At SnyderCon With Live Appearance

Gal Gadot To Ignite Excitement At SnyderCon With Live Appearance

Image: Warner Bros. Discovery

In fact, Snyder approves of the idea of licensing Justice League to Netflix, calling it “amazing” in a recent YouTube interview.

At present time, nobody from Snyder’s camp has announced Gadot’s presence; thus, this remains a rumor for now.

Still, it makes sense. Having ZSJL fall on Gadot’s birthday can’t be a coincidence.