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12 October 2017, 05:18 | Elsie Buchanan
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Ryan and Matt Firpo wrote the script but, according to Empire magazine, no actors have been attached to the movie and it's not known when it will go into production. The plot of Ruin involves a guilt-ridden ex-Nazi on a mission through the wreckage of post-war Germany to find and kill the remaining members of his former SS death squad. Indeed, this upcoming project is yet another significant role that the Israeli actress will portray on the big screen.
Meanwhile, Gadot has the much-awaited sequel of "Wonder Woman" in her pocket for late 2018. Though Wonder Woman has become more prominent in the Justice League marketing lately, Gadot herself insists Justice League is not just a Wonder Womanmovie with some other DC heroes thrown in (though given the success of Wonder Woman, that might not be the worst idea).
However, bosses will have to snap up Gadot quick as she's also reportedly in talks to star alongside Bradley Cooper in "Deeper" after she was approached by Max Landis. However, Wonder Woman 2 is expected to start shooting during the summer of 2018, and be released on 13 December 2019, so it is likely the Ruin shoot would take place before then. The Australian director's 2015 adaptation of William Shakespeare's Macbeth was selected to compete for the Palme d'Or at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival, and he also helmed 2016's Assassin's Creed, based on the video game franchise of the same name. But apparently, "Ruins" is totally a world away from being a goddess, which she usually played during her previous movies. In addition to this announcement, Gadot is reportedly having the line up of movies that are set to hit the theaters before the year ends.
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However, Aguero hit back at his critics for suggesting he should not have been in Amsterdam in his days off from the club. "The money isn't a problem here", he told TyC Sports .