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The Wonder Woman Love Interest Fans Are Dying To See On The Screen

Whether she's spearheading her own solo adventure or teaming up with the likes of Superman (Henry Cavill) and Batman (Ben Affleck), Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) is a key member of the DCEU. Since arriving in 2016's Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, she has saved the world on more than one occasion and has lived up to the mythological tales that surround her and the Amazons. Even still, it's important to remember that there's a person behind the legend, one that wants nothing more than for the world to know peace so that she may as well.

As established in 2017's Wonder Woman and 2020's Wonder Woman 1984, that vision of her peace includes spending time with her love interest, Steve Trevor (Chris Pine). However, their romance was tragically cut short twice — first when he sacrifices himself to end Dr. Poison's (Elena Anaya) evil schemes during World War I and again when Diana is forced to relinquish her wish that brought him back to life so that she can stop Maxwell Lord (Pedro Pascal) — and is now seemingly over for good. In that regard, one has to wonder, will Diana ever find love again?

Now more willing than before to come out of her shell and interact with humanity, love could be in the air for Wonder Woman very soon. Should the DCEU try and give her someone new to fall in love with, the fans have a very strong pick in mind for who they'd like to see take that spot.

Now is the time to bring Kasia into Wonder Woman's story

Introduced in Wonder Woman Vol. 5 #2 from September of 2016, Kasia was once a human woman who met her end at the hands of a man. She turned down his advances, leading him to kill her, which allowed her to be reborn as an Amazon. Now residing on Themyscira, she and Diana have grown incredibly close throughout their time together. So close in fact that many of their fellow Amazons believe there's something more than just a close friendship between them, perhaps even a full-fledged romance that has yet to blossom.

To further solidify this point, Diana goes as far as calling her the most special person she bid farewell to when she departed Themyscira for the human world. The fact that she said this to the face of Steve Trevor of all people certainly indicates there's more to their story. Should Warner Bros. and DC elect to bring Kasia to the big screen for Wonder Woman 3 or a different project, she'll make for a fine addition to the cast. Not only will her arrival signal the turning of a page for Diana, who has struggled for so long to let Steve go, but it'll go a long way in helping resolve Hollywood's issues with LGBTQ+ representation in mainstream blockbusters.

Whether or not Wonder Woman will find love in the DCEU once again remains to be seen. But, if that's an element that finds its way back into her tale, then Kasia is a prime choice to make it happen.