Gal Gadot
Gal Gadot, who plays Wonder Woman, told “misogynist sexists” that their time is up. In this photo, the actress attends the world premiere of “Justice League” in Los Angeles, California on Nov. 13, 2017. Reuters/Mario Anzuoni

“Justice League” star Gal Gadot is all about female empowerment. She does not view women as the weaker sex, and hopes to inspire fellow women to rally their strengths and make a positive impact in this world.

During a candid interview with IGN with her co-star, Ezra Miller, the actress was asked to share a message about the “turning of tides” in this male-dominated society.

Gadot did not mince words when she looked up to the camera and said: “I’m just going to say, misogynist sexists, your wrath upon this world is over.”

Despite being a female superhero, Gadot’s Wonder Woman was able to impress a wide variety of audiences. The Israeli actress said it’s all thanks to the empathy and vision of director, Patty Jenkins.

“That's the challenge — how to tell a story of a woman and make it universal,” Gadot earlier told The Hollywood Reporter. “We are all used to having male protagonists in movies [directed by men]. But the way Patty has captured the Wonder Woman character, she is very relatable to everyone. Boy, girl, man, woman — everyone can relate to her.”

“Wonder Woman can be very charming and warm and have so much compassion and love for the world. She can be soft and naive,” she added. “At the same time, she just happens to be this demigoddess who can beat the [expletive] out of you and can be a super badass and smart and confident. Ultimately, she's very relatable.”

Wonder Woman is going to have her second standalone film in 2019, but for now, she will appear in “Justice League” together with other superheroes such as the Flash (Miller), Batman (Ben Affleck), Cyborg (Ray Fisher), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), and Superman (Ben Affleck).

When asked about Wonder Woman’s role in the film, Gadot told Cinema Blend that she serves as their “glue.” “She finds moments to support every one of the team and make them feel stronger or believe in themselves. But this is not a ‘Wonder Woman’ movie,” she said.

“Justice League” will hit theaters on Nov. 17, while the new release date for “Wonder Woman” is on Nov. 1, 2019.