Wonder Woman: First Look Footage Released

Film News - Wonder Woman - First Look Footage ReleasedSuicide Squad wasn’t the only DC Film we got more footage of as on DC Films Presents: Dawn of the Justice League, they gave us a first look at some early footage from the upcoming Wonder Woman film directed by Patty Jenkins.


This will be the first solo film outing for Wonder Woman and Gal Gadot will be playing Diana Prince and will be first seen in the Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice film in a few months time. Rumours have circulated that the film will be taking place in the modern era and in World War I, however from the first look footage revealed on the DC Films show, we’ve only got brief glimpses into the World War I setting and an action sequence involving Wonder Woman, getting it the action stylisation of 300 with the fight scene edit. Starring alongside Gal Gadot is Chris Pine, Connie Nielsen, Saïd Taghmaoui, Robin Wright, Danny Huston, David Thewlis and Ewen Bremner.


Sure the early footage doesn’t give much away and some will feel more disappointed that they didn’t hear Gal Gadot speak while in character (which seems to have become a big ‘deal breaker’ as of late) but from the little snippets of the footage we’ve seen Gadot looks the part and I’m sure we’ll know about her ‘speaking’ characterisations in two months time for Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice.


Wonder Woman is set for a cinematic release on 23rd June 2017.

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