Any ultimatum was likely without merit anyway: the agreement between Warner Bros. and Ratner's production company, RatPac-Dune Entertainment, expires in spring 2018.
Why not? Because she didn't have to. The Wonder Woman sequel is set to hit theaters on December 13, 2019. She was 18-years-old at the time.
Prolific producer and director Ratner was of course recently accused of sexual harassment and/or misconduct by multiple women, and occupies a spot on the seemingly endless list of powerful Hollywood figures to be accused of such abhorrent behavior since the allegations against Harvey Weinstein served to open the floodgates.
'She also knows that Warner Bros. has to side with her on this issue as it develops.
Gal Gadot's got fans all over the world, and over the weekend she got to meet a very special one who's got a few fans of her own. And Gadot is holding him to it. Ratner's production company helped fund Wonder Woman and took a huge chunk of the profits from the box office.
Earlier this month, six women came forward and went on the record with the Los Angeles Times to accuse Ratner of sexual harassment and abuse.
GC Images Ratner is known for directing films like the "Rush Hour" series as well as "Horrible Bosses" a film which features three abusive bosses.
The "Justice League" actress previously praised women for speaking out about sexual misconduct in Hollywood.
"'You should f-ck her to make her realise she's gay.' He said this about me during a cast and crew "meet and greet" before we began filming, X-Men: The Last Stand", Ellen wrote on Facebook. According to the New York Post, she was making another statement through her action, showing that "she wouldn't allow the female-led "Wonder Woman" franchise to benefit from a man who used his power and influence to sexually harass and abuse women".