"She's tough and stands by her principles", a source told Page Six.
Wonder Woman was the highest-grossing movie of the summer stateside with $412.6 million. "He looked at a woman standing next to me, ten years my senior and pointed to me and said: "You should f-ck her to make her realise she's gay".
Gadot has taken up a crusade against Ratner, who denies the allegations.
"She also knows that Warner Bros. has to side with her on this issue as it develops", a source told Page Six.
After the LA Times's report on Ratner was published, Warner Bros. announced it was severing ties with him and RatPac-Dune Entertainment, but it's now unclear how that might affect the Wonder Woman sequel, or what kind of deal is already in place.
According to Page Six, Gadot is refusing to sign on for another Wonder Woman solo film unless Ratner and his company are completely cut out of the franchise financially.
That's a win for fans, who get to see the movie over a month earlier now, and a win for Warner Bros., who will have more time to shine at the box office before Star Wars: Episode IX comes out.
In this file photo from April 26, 2017, Brett Ratner arrives at the Wolfgang Puck's Post-Hollywood Walk of Fame Star Ceremony Celebration in Beverly Hills, California.
The studio reportedly won't be renewing that deal, but if this PageSix report is true, Gadot is putting her foot down and forcing WB to either find a new investment partner for Wonder Woman 2 or shoulder the entire cost of the film themselves.
Undoubtedly pleased with the response they received with their release of the "Wonder Woman" movie, Warner Bros. has announced that they will be bumping up the release date for the sequel, tentatively titled "Wonder Woman 2".
Turnbull 'open' to NZ refugee offer
Addressing parts of the Trans-Pacific Partnership will be a priority for her at this week's APEC meeting in Vietnam, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says.
7.2 magnitude quake rocks northern Iraq
On its website , the USGS placed the quake's epicenter at about 19 miles south-southwest of the Iraqi city of Halabja. Iranian state TV says a 7.2-magnitude quake has jolted the region near the border between Iran and Iraq.