“It’s fine for women to want to dress nicely and be attractive, but not for the male gaze,” James Cameron stated of Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman.
For many years, James Cameron has been harshly critical of the principal female characters. In 2017, he commented on Gal Gadot’s ‘Wonder Woman,’ saying, “All of Hollywood’s self-indulgence with Wonder Woman is unacceptable.”
Then he pointed out that “she is an objectified icon”, to allege that “it is merely male Hollywood doing the same as before”, that is, making female figures an ideal stereotype for men, which he called “a step back”. .
Despite the fact that he has already admitted that he is in a position to criticize the directors’ work, he even stated in a recent interview: “I have no objections to Wonder Woman. I really enjoyed the film.”
He did, however, point out the following issue: “What seemed mysterious to me at the time was that it is acceptable for women to desire to dress well and be beautiful, but not for the male gaze, but for their own when they look in the mirror. That might have slipped my mind.”
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