Since the modern day superhero film began with Superman: The Movie , the films have been more likely to show their superheroes with a sex life than the comics did. Superman and Lois Lane ended up in bed together in their second movie. Alfred had to deal with the various women Batman brought back to the Batcave. Doctor Strange more recently stuck out for being such a sexless movie — not a criticism, it just did things differently. In Shops: Jul 12, Chief writer and founder of Bleeding Cool.
Being a superhero has never been the most modest profession out there. Doctors wear white coats and lawyers wear suits, but most superheroes take to the streets decked out in skintight spandex, thigh-high boots and more exposed skin than is likely practical for such a dangerous career. Wardrobe malfunctions happen frequently in this business. Comic books are filled with depraved heroes and villains of all kinds who are just looking to get a little action when they can. Comic books can be voyeuristic like that, especially the independent titles from the likes of Image Comics.
On a strictly business standpoint the amount of money an R rated movie could make compared to how much a PG or PG13 movie could make, wouldn't justify it to any studio to spend the kind of money superhero movies generally cost. A PG13 movie could be plenty violent enough for a Wonder Woman movie. It doesn't need to have nudity or extreme violence. A R rated Wonder Woman movie could be a good idea, but I'm just so wary with all of the blood and gore.
Savage knows that Diana can endure any kind of torture he can come up with. So the villain blackmails the heroine telling her if she does not suffer the torture, her best friend, Princess Audrey, is the one will suffer. Now Diana must obey him or he will see how much Audrey will be able to endure. Without the handcuffs, the Woman thinks to beat him to death but his men will do the same to Princess Audrey. Savage knows that Diana is resilient for torture, so it is time for humiliation… sex humiliation!