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Lebanese authorities have officially banned the new "Wonder Woman" movie, following a controversy over the casting of Gal Gadot, an Israeli actress, as the movie's title character. The news was confirmed by a source in General Security that oversees censorship of films, plays, movies and publications. Nevertheless, movies featuring Gadot – including the popular "Fast and Furious" series, "Criminal," "Triple 9" and "Batman v Superman" – have previously been shown in Lebanon.Circuit Empire General Manager Bassam Eid condemned the decision taken by General Security to ban the movie.
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