Wonder Woman Movie 'Think Thin' Diet Promo Under Fire; Find Out Why [VIDEO]
"Wonder Woman" still has a few months before its premiere on June 2, 2017. However, people expressed their disappointment over the latest "Think Thin" promotion move. Read on for more details.
The "Wonder Woman" Movie Wants You Think Thin
The Mary Sue exclusively reported on the matter, since the blog has been on the lookout for the movie updates. They immediately pointed out the negative effects of the "Think Thin" promo on what Wonder Woman stands for.
According to the site, the slogan itself is not actually related to the badass comic book character. They also said this might also promote unrealistic double standards among women, rather than body positivity.
What Fans Think About The "Think Thin" Campaign
According to Digital Spy, the company offers various health-related products. Some of them are protein-rich, gluten-free snacks and powders. President and CEO Michele Kessler made a statement about their collaboration.
Kessler said they aim to provide wholesome snacks for everyone who has an active lifestyle. She added that Wonder Woman is the perfect endorser who "epitomizes the thinkThin lifestyle." However, fans felt enraged over the studio's newest effort in promoting the film.
One Twitter user delved on the financial issues while another account expressed his dislike in supporting the studio. Twitter account @war_kittens said, "Wonder Woman being partnered with Think Thin. Exactly the opposite of what we need from a partnership w/a woman superhero."
This is not the first time that the "Wonder Woman" movie got a lot of flak from netizens. They also criticized the studio for casting Gal Gadot as Diana Prince. The former "Fast & Furious" franchise star confidently admitted that she knew the drawbacks of her DC role and the rants are just "empty talk."
This is the latest update on the "Wonder Woman" movie "Think Thin" diet promo. The upcoming DC flick stars Gal Gadot and Chris Pine. "Wonder Woman" will debut for a solo film next month.