Gal Gadot in a promo for her forthcoming film “Wonder Woman.”
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The comic book heroine Wonder Woman has been abruptly fired from her honorary ambassador job at the United Nations following protests from both inside and outside the world organization that a white, skimpily dressed American prone to violence wasn't the best role model for girls. Rheal LeBlanc, head of press and external relations, said the appointment of Wonder Woman as an honorary ambassador for the empowerment of women and girls would end this week, a move that comes less than two months after a splashy ceremony at the U.N., which attracted actresses Lynda Carter, who played Wonder Woman in the 1970s TV series, and Gal Gadot, who has taken on the role in the forthcoming "Wonder Woman" film.
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