Sep 13, 2015 08:51 AM EDT

'Wonder Woman' SCOOP: 'Game Of Thrones' Alum Sean Bean & '300: Rise Of An Empire' Star Eva Green To Play Villains To Gal Gadot's Heroine? [RUMORS]


"Wonder Woman" has yet to make her first appearance in the Ben Affleck-Henry Cavill starrer "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" summer movie, but, as early as now, the wheels are already turning for her standalone film that will be part of DC's Cinematic Universe.

According to Cinema Blend, word was out that "Game of Thrones" alum Sean Bean and "300: Rise of an Empire" star Eva Green will play villains to Gal Gadot's Princess Diana aka Wonder Woman.

Heroic Hollywood broke the news that Sean Bean and Eva Green will portray Ares, the God of War, and Circe, respectively. However, these two talented actors have not confirmed to anything solid yet, nor have they been approached by the studio, so "Wonder Woman" followers have to wait and see for further developments.

Nevertheless, Sean Bean would rock as Ares, Wonder Woman's long-running villain, while Eva Green has a splendid portrayal of being an anti-hero in "300: Rise of an Empire." Thus, playing a sorceress capable of doing extensive magic like transforming men into animals or herself into somebody stronger than Wonder Woman would be a walk in the park.

Related: Revelation Of Wonder Woman's Origin: Costume Inspired By Pin-ups? 

Previous information have implied that a portion of "Wonder Woman" will unfold on Paradise Island, where the Amazonians were said to have split into fighting factions. It suggested that Circe may have played a part in the division of the Amazonian women, as per ScreenCrush.

If the rumors were true, then Sean Bean and Eva Green would join Chris Pine who will portray Steve Trevor.

Meanwhile, Movieweb reported Sean Bean will be seen in Matt Damon's "The Martian." Eva Green has just come from the successes of "Sin City: A Dame To Kill For," "The Salvation" and "White Bird in a Blizzard."

"Wonder Woman" will hit theaters on June 23, 2017.

Related: Grant Morrison Slams 'Batman v Superman': Wonder Woman Too Violent?

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