Gal Gadot
Gal Gadot will reprise her role as Diana Prince in the “Wonder Woman” standalone film directed by Patty Jenkins. In this photo, the actress arrives at the 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, California on Jan. 8, 2017. Reuters/Mike Blake

Diana Prince (Gal Gadot) has a lot on her plate in the upcoming “Wonder Woman” standalone film directed by Patty Jenkins, especially since she took it upon herself to save mankind.

Producer Charles Roven told Comic Book that it’s exactly Diana’s most important role in life. “The most important thing, I think, is that Diana’s mission is the Amazon mission,” he said.

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The Amazons were created by Zeus so they can bring peace and love back to humanity after Ares corrupted them. Roven said that Diana will take on that mission with gusto, although there will be several road bumps along the way.

“She feels that she is going to accomplish it in one way, and she learns that actually she has to accomplish it in another way,” he teased. “While she's got the mission in her mind when she leaves, she accomplishes the mission by actually learning from her experiences, including being gifted of those experiences by mankind. It's really just the sense that we're not in this world alone. We need each other.”

Meanwhile, Gadot earlier said that the movie will resonate with people from all walks of life because it has a “universal” story. “It's a beautiful story about a beautiful soul trying to save the world and doing battle and she doesn't know much about what she's getting into,” she said. “She's very naïve, but the love of her life is educating her and showing her, in a very sophisticated way, he shows her the reality that she got into. It's just a beautiful love story about a girl who's growing up.”

As for Jenkins, she told io9 that the upcoming movie is going to be pretty “epic.”

“It ended up being very ‘Superman.’ For me it’s ‘Casablanca’ a lot. It came up a lot. And ‘Indiana Jones.’ It’s those three films,” she said. “It’s a classic film. We’re making a classic film. We care about humor. We care about epic. We care about [heroism]. We care about arc and story. Make it elegant. Go for it. Don’t hold back.”

“Wonder Woman” will be released on June 2.