‘Wonder Woman’ (2017): The Princess That Stands Tall As A Queen! – Official Trailer
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Wonder Woman is a superhero that has no boundaries other just being elegantly kickass when she enters the room. Whether she’s Diana Prince attending that infamous cocktail party to steal something planted by Bruce Wayne (Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice; mini-spoiler) or Wonder Woman coming at you with brute force there’s no denying that Warner Bros and DC have many the live action version something—pardon the old cliche—straight out of a comic book! Many fans were wondering how the film would be made for her standalone film and for months we were teased with set shots, mini videos from the director, costumes and cast announcement, but all that culminates in the official trailer for that standalone film.
Comic-Con has been the surprises of all surprises this year with Justice League releasing that special footage my good friend, J. Johnson wrote about earlier, don’t forget how hilarious the LEGO Batman movie was, another ‘Doctor Strange’ trailer, and don’t miss the reveal of the GOTG vol. 2 & Thor: Ragnarok logos. You can obviously see that superhero movies won’t be going anywhere anytime soon. My head is swirling from all this SUPER-news. Perhaps we should get back to the article at hand.
‘Wonder Woman’ is directed by Patty Jenkins with stars, Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, Chris Pine as Steve Trevor, Robin Wright as General Antiope, and Connie Nielsen as Queen Hippolyta.
Set in WWII, Diana Prince/Wonder Woman, princess of the Amazons and daughter of Zeus, finds herself pulled into battle when fighter pilot Steve Strevor crashes on her island.
Gadot made her first appearance as Wonder Woman in ‘Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice’ which showcased her famed weapons, the golden lasso of truth along with sword and shield. Yes, had to get serious there for a moment, but you can bet Wonder Woman will be hard-hitting for the DC Cinematic Universe.
Here’s the official trailer of ‘Wonder Woman’ (2017):
‘Wonder Woman’ is set to hit theaters on June 2, 2017.