Since there wasn't an official thread yet here for the latest podcast. I decided to start one. Feel free to create a new thread and add this post if you want. As always I enjoyed the podcast. I especially loved the debate about the portrayal of super heroes in movies, but as the title says I fall in "Camp Josh" on this discussion. And, I don't think either side is wrong per se because it's a matter of opinion, but you did ask us to choose who was right in this instance and I favor Josh here. (Boy, did that last sentence come off as I was running for a political office or something.) Now, Glenn, I know you fully believe in your view so I won't try to change it and I'm not saying you should, but I will just explain my feelings on this matter. As Josh pointed out, Wolverine is a smaller, stalky mutant in the comics, so Hugh Jackman wasn't the ideal choice in many fanboys opinion, but he made the role his and it's hard to imagine anyone else bringing him to the silver screen. But, did you know when an X-Men movie was first in the works there was a serious discussion of Bob Hoskins playing Wolverine because he suited the age and build of Wolverine in the comics? Quite a contrast, eh? There have been other choices that people weren't in favor of over the years like, the well known one of, Heath Ledger as the Joker. And, personally, I couldn't first wrap my head around, Chris Hemsworth as Thor because I didn't think he has the body like the asgardian does in the comics. However, I'm glad they casted him and it just shows that you don't have to have the bulging muscle mass to be a hero in the movies. This brings me to Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman. I've been a fan of her in this role from day one. Growing up, I preferred the DC universe over Marvel when I read comics, watched cartoons, etc. and I've always looked forward to the day there might be a Justice League movie. So, I've seen many incarnations of Wonder Woman and personally I never saw her as this muscular build like a Ronda Rousey. Yes, the typical concept of an amazonian woman is more of her body style, but I always saw Wonder Woman more of a slender build with some muscle definition. They also had to cast her based off their choices for other roles like Superman and Batman. It would be a bit odd to see Wonder Woman on screen looking more powerful than aforementioned heroes because of her body. I'll close with this. I still love the casting of Christopher Reeves back in the day as Superman. He's living proof you don't need to be muscle-bound to be the strongest man alive. He was the man of steel to me when I was a kid. Anyway, I'm sure I haven't changed your opinion, but all I ask is that you give her a chance.