“What's so great is to hear the reviews of men, women of all ages are equally enthusiastic about this project,” she told ET.
She also opened up about the cast and crew’s decision to cancel the London premiere after the tragic Manchester bombings. Wright thinks their choice is symbolic of what Wonder Woman stands for, “seeking a future of peace and equality.”
And though she remained relatively tight-lipped, Wright did dish a little about the upcoming season of her Netflix hit. Her character, Claire Underwood, left off last season as the Vice Presidential candidate of her husband, Frank (Kevin Spacey).
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“Things are going to become very difficult for Francis and very interesting for Claire,” she teased.
For more from the Wonder Woman premiere, watch the clip below!