The third movie set in DC's Extended Universe, Wonder Woman followsBatman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, where Wonder Woman got her official debut in the movie-verse. We really hope this isn't a stinker.
"Wonder Woman" hits theaters on June 7.
The three-minute preview is named 'Rise of the Warrior'.
Does this dialogue mouthed by Dianna or Wonder Woman's mother, Queen Hippolyta, in the final trailer of Patty Jenkins' upcoming superhero film ring a bell?
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Check it out for yourselves up above and get ready for Wonder Woman to storm into theatres on June 2nd. The trailer also packs a punch with its wonderfully choreographed action sequences so at the moment it looks like this could well tick all the boxes...
"Wonder Woman was just the coolest, most attractive and most exciting female character I had ever seen", the director said in a release. When a pilot crashes on her island, Diana learns of conflict in the outside world.
With the release date of the new "Wonder Woman" film looming ever closer, one would think that the Amazon Princess was having a pretty good year. The lyrics of the song perfectly match the trailer, "In youth you'd lay awake at night and scheme; Of all the things that you would change, but it was just a dream!" The flick also stars David Thewlis, Danny Huston, Ewen Bremner, Elena Anaya, Saïd Taghmaoui and Lucy Davis.
Last Thursday, original Wonder Woman Lynda Carter, 65, (from the ABC/CBS series) tweeted that she'll attend the May 25 premiere with her family.