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First Nation’s Actor Wows Audiences in Wonder Woman

First Nation’s Actor Wows Audiences in Wonder Woman

Posted By Toyacoyah Brown June 8th, 2017 Last Updated on: July 17th, 2018

There's been a lot of buzz over the weekend about the latest superhero blockbuster to be released.

DC Comics' Wonder Woman brought in $100 million domestically and $122.5 million internationally, making it the third-highest opening for a film in the DC universe. Also worth mentioning is that director Patty Jenkins now has the highest opening for a female director.

Something else worth noting is that an actor from Blood Tribe in Alberta speaks the Blackfoot language in the movie!

“Dreams come true, I’m a living example,” actor Eugene Brave Rock said. “I’m just a kid from Stand Off.”

Brave Rock, known as “Gene” on the reserve, plays a character known as “Chief” in the blockbuster film.

Brave Rock sat down with Global Calgary recently to discuss his role in the movie:



 


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2 thoughts on “First Nation’s Actor Wows Audiences in Wonder Woman

    • Felicia McCullough (Blackfoot) says:

      I saw you in that movie and you bought more character to the movie. I am so proud of you, you were excellent.

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