First Look: Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman in 'Batman v. Superman'

July 26, 2014

Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice

Warner Bros. blew the roof off Comic-Con immediately by bringing director Zack Snyder out to Hall H, introduced with some awesome concept art in motion from Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice. The footage shown was a teaser that seemed shot specifically for the convention with Ben Affleck decked out in a bulky, metal batsuit reminiscent of Iron Man, turning on the bat signal. And that's where Superman (Henry Cavill) shows up in the sky, floating down to a rooftop, flaring his heat vision eyes. But in addition, we also got to see a quick shot of concept art of Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, and she looks great. Look!

Here's Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice from Warner Bros:

Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice

Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice is directed by Zack Snyder (Man of Steel, 300) and written by Chris Terrio (Argo) with a story from David S. Goyer (The Dark Knight trilogy). Production is happening now in Detroit, Michigan and the sequel will be shot back-to-back with Justice League. Henry Cavill is returning as Superman along with Amy Adams, Laurence Fishburne and Diane Lane from Man of Steel and Jesse Eisenberg playing iconic villain Lex Luthor. In addition, Ben Affleck is joining the film as the new Batman, along with Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman. Warner Bros. releases the film on May 6th, 2016. Stay tuned.

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She looks great

JDubs on Jul 26, 2014


wtf is this? Clash of the Titans?

digifruitella on Jul 26, 2014


I actually didn't mind the visual look of Clash of the Titans. The acting, direction and overall story on the other hand....

Steven on Jul 26, 2014


Wow, am actually blown away. I honestly think Marvel should cancel coming to SDCC entirely or they would be even more embarrassed. On second note Marvel should just cancel all their films and future plans. It's over and done. WB/DC just won.

Stephen Ritchie on Jul 26, 2014


I loved man of steel. And I think this will be great. But keep it in your pants.

Jon Odishaw on Jul 26, 2014


He's a DC fanboy who will always hate Marvel no matter what...don't bother reasoning.

ColtNoir on Jul 28, 2014


For Marvel's defense, they started first, building their characters with smaller movies, leading to team-up movie and carrying on, thankfully(for them) they are able to introduce less popular characters and they plan on bringing much more movies in the near future. MoS was for WB/DC something like IM1 was for Marvel. Small steps... Marvel is leading the way at the moment, WB/DC has a long road ahead of them.

dawko on Jul 26, 2014


Based on a picture? Granted a promising one at thst, but sp was MoS that got mixed reviews and in my opinion was not ip to par story wise with the Winter Solider.

mooreworthy on Jul 26, 2014


Marvel can stay home and count their money. Or swim around in it like Scrooge McDuck

Karl Nilsson on Jul 26, 2014


Marvel has been busting their ass for seven years building up characters with their standalone films and eventual group of Netflix series leading up to The Avengers. They are continuing to move forward. WB/DC keeps giving us films and not even going for synchronization or sharing a universe. As much as I enjoyed The Dark Knight series and moments (only moments) of MoS, they are nowhere near the organization and hype of Marvel Studios. With this new universe that they are building with Snyder, they have a chance. Pretty much it is a wait and see game.

Maxx on Jul 26, 2014


WW does look pretty impressive and the footage shown for BvS sounds pretty neat, but to say Marvel should stop altogether based off one article is pretty ridiculous. Marvel hasn't even had their panel showing yet, so you have no idea how impressive they're going to be. Plus Marvel already has more to offer (more characters to feature, more team ups, more stories) whereas DC is just trying to make their first JL movie as rushed as possible. Marvel still has the upper hand. Plus....Batman's suit is "all metallic resembling Iron Man's suit"....looks like Marvel had a bit of inspiration for the design of Batman haha

JBrotsis on Jul 26, 2014


What should Marvel be embarrassed about, exactly...?

Ali Miller on Jul 26, 2014


In Vader's voice: "Impresssssssivvve."

Quanah on Jul 26, 2014


"Most impressive."

mooreworthy on Jul 26, 2014


Nice pair of pins.

Steven on Jul 26, 2014


It looks cool and I get the look they were aiming for, the heels are pretty horrible though and make no sense. And also, why is Snyder so afraid to use a little color?

Ricardo_PT on Jul 26, 2014


yeah she has Silk Spectre's boots. I wonder what Zack Snyder's fetish is?

Billy Bob Throrton on Jul 26, 2014


Well done Snyder...well done.

Xerxexx on Jul 26, 2014


she must have pads in that breastplate , so that her real breasts won't bounce painfully against it .. Maybe this can be seen as a more Realistic-Looking WonderWoman , not one with the male fantasy imagery of huge breasts . Just huge breastPLATE ( shrugs - better protection for the milk producers ? ) didn't ALL the Amazons , in reality , cut their left one off , to fire a bow better ? ...

Dominic on Jul 26, 2014


Yea, but then we lose sex appeal... unless ur into girls with one breast?

Sky on Jul 26, 2014


because thats the whole point of having women in movies. sex appeal. not because theyre 51% of the audience or anything

Billy Bob Throrton on Jul 26, 2014


hmm from the misogynist viewpoint , those bare thighs and what they're leading to , looks pretty sexy enough ... but if the point is to make a REALISTIC female image as an Amazonian , the actresses playing the archers would have to strap one down ...from the pic , they went the other way and just thickened the bra-cup armor ( remember , Lynda Carter basically had a thin Lycra uniform on , and didn't need much of a push-up bra , in contrast ... )

Dominic on Jul 26, 2014


That's what I think is strangest of all, to be honest. As a male with fantasies, I can't say that I mind my female superheroes being busty and having plenty of cleavage except of course that I don't want our male fantasies to be a dominating force (with all its negative consequences). For that reason I'll gladly keep my male fantasies inside my male head. But what I don't understand is when they do things like cast a non busty lady and having her wear busty armor. That seems like the worst of both worlds. We don't really get our fantasies, while still painting a highly sexualised picture of women.

Snev De la Fontaine on Jul 27, 2014


Lol well like i said , better protection for the life-givers .. and it's Hollywood - Image IS everything , not reality .... this is prob her "battlesuit " anyway . I'm sure you'll get a better look at her real ones sometime during the film ...

Dominic on Jul 28, 2014


Sweet. Can't wait to see her... in two years.

avconsumer2 on Jul 26, 2014


Damn, you just killed my buzz!

mooreworthy on Jul 26, 2014


Zack Snyder is the right guy for this job.hard to wait...

Бабак on Jul 26, 2014


That's what up! I know I'm watching both Captain America and BvS, but looks this might be watched first then third!

mooreworthy on Jul 26, 2014


Great photo! I was worried about Gadot for the role aesthetically but this photo gives me some hope. She isn't a half bad actress either and could bring something to the role. I also like that they have her in a normal pose and not drastically contorted in an effort to make her frail or what hollywood thinks of as feminine. Good on you, Snyder.

Maxx on Jul 26, 2014


WOW! I really am happy with the look. It will be interesting to see how they incorporate the look to big city.

DAVIDPD on Jul 26, 2014


that is the big the city,stupid,see the rebar?

Billy Bob Throrton on Jul 26, 2014


LOL, man. I meant in a pre-ruined city.

DAVIDPD on Jul 26, 2014


I approve. Carry on. 🙂

Qrious on Jul 26, 2014


Looks more Xena then Wonder Women. Actually, Lucy Lawless would have been one hell of a WW back in the Xena haydays... Too bad WB didn't think of her as bankable.

John Parker on Jul 26, 2014


They did cast her as Wonder Woman. Check out Lucy's bio and you'll see she played Wonder Woman at least once.

Alex Hunter on Jul 28, 2014


Looks like something from a bad porno movie I'd watch.

Trey Wilson on Jul 26, 2014


Please provide us with some links or at least titles to said movies....

TheOct8pus on Jul 28, 2014


It doesn't look like Xena, Xena looked like Wonder Woman. That was the point. What you have is a more realistic depiction of what a greek amazonian warrior would look like while keeping all of the familiar attributes of Wonder Woman's traditional costume; tiara, lasso, eagle breast plate, metal arm bracers...none of which Xena wore.

Brad VanLerberg on Jul 27, 2014


The color scheme is definitely more Xena then red, white and blue WW. Also isn't the lasso supposed to be gold, as with the tiara and eagle?

John Parker on Jul 27, 2014


Wonder Woman is an amazon. There was never a more perfect time to cast a good-looking curvy woman with a stronger build in a role like this rather than having the usual stick-figure. She looks like a gush of wind is going to blow her away.

Snev De la Fontaine on Jul 27, 2014


Gal Gadot is a stick just so you know. She probably put on some weight for the role but she is a stick

Jon Odishaw on Jul 28, 2014


If it had some color it would look great...

Bl00dwerK on Jul 27, 2014


That is terribly generic.

txJM on Jul 27, 2014


She needs Conan and Subotai to complete the picture.

Cal J. on Jul 27, 2014


aaaannnndddd my expectations for this movie are ruined.

jonnyb61 on Jul 28, 2014


Terrible costume. She looks like an extra in a Thor movie

TheOct8pus on Jul 28, 2014


where is the muscle ? . she doesn't look like an amazon more like a model hehehehe

Enrique Sanchez on Jul 28, 2014



Randall Miller on Jul 28, 2014


I'm cool with it.'s only Wonder Woman, for god's sake.

Jonathan on Jul 28, 2014


She must have given good head to get the part

redskulllives on Aug 1, 2014

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