Who knows at this point? After the controversy of Batman v. Superman and the debacle of Suicide Squad, DC really needs a good movie to save itself. Although, since some of the trailers look disturbingly colorless, my faith is not high.
Another aspect I noticed in one of the trailers that is relevant to your question is the "chosen one" dynamic I saw in one of the trailers (the one with the sword). To me, "chosen one" narratives are extremely linear, because the Main Character usually pursues their goal because "that's what the prophecy says!" Forgive me if my knowledge of canon is off, but in Wonder Woman's original backstory, she chose to fight in World War II because she believed Hitler was a negative energy in the world that needed to be overcome. That sounds more Holistic to me.
As to your question, I'd be curious to see if it worked. Generally speaking, men don't empathize with Holistic thinkers as much as women do, but the story can still be interesting to them, if not as emotionally bound. I'm curious if anybody else knows of any Holistic MCs that managed to resonate with male viewers. I mean, the OS can still be tense and exciting, Linear MC or no.
AP Speculation Time! Perhaps in stories with Holistic MCs, male audience members will be drawn to empathize more personally with the Linear Influence Character. Steve Trevor is being played by the charismatic Chris Pine, so... maybe? I mean, as Main Character, Diana will always have our eyes and heart, but maybe Steve Trevor's position will feel more reasonable, or we'll laugh more at his jokes. I wonder if male viewers will feel like Linear ICs "steal the show" or "are the real main character." (<--"main character" in lower case there)