Joss Whedon claims Gal Gadot only thinks he threatened her because 'English is not her first language'

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Joss Whedon can explain.

In a New York magazine profile published Monday, the writer and director addresses numerous allegations of inappropriate or abusive behavior made by past collaborators. Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot, for one, has said Whedon threatened her career on the 2017 DC film, an allegation he denies, telling New York, "I don't threaten people. Who does that?"

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