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Watch First Trailer For “Wonder Woman” Movie From Comic-Con

Gal Gadot Returns as the DC Comics Heroine on June 30, 2017

Jul 25, 2016 Wonder Woman Bookmark and Share

This year’s San Diego Comic-Con wrapped up yesterday and over the convention a lot of big trailers were premiered and subsequently posted to the Internet. One of the biggest was the first trailer for the highly anticipated DC Comics adaptation Wonder Woman. The film is due out June 30, 2017 via Warner Bros. and below is the first trailer and above is the film’s first poster, which was also debuted at Comic Con.

Back in January the very first footage from the movie showed up on the CW half-hour TV special from DC and Warner Bros., DC Films Presents: Dawn of the Justice League, but it featured hardly any sound.

Israeli actress Gal Gadot stars as Wonder Woman/Dianna Prince, reprising her role from this year’s Batman V Superman. And although that film had a decidedly mixed reaction, even most detractors agreed Gadot was a highlight. Wonder Woman also features Chris Pine as Steve Trevor, along with Robin Wright, Danny Huston, David Thewlis, Ewen Bremner, Connie Nielsen, Lucy Davis, and others. Patty Jenkins directs.

Wonder Woman takes place during World War I and the trailer shows off scenes of the heroine on the battlefield, ready to taken on German soldiers. The original Wonder Woman comics took place in World War II, which is also when the character debuted, but perhaps the filmmakers wanted to set it apart from the WWII-set Captain America: The First Avenger. Also, there have been other superhero movies set in the WWII era but it’s hard to think of one that’s taken place in WWI. Since Wonder Woman ages slowly, it also still gives them the chance to set future Wonder Woman films in different decades if they see fit. Watch below.


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