Must Watch: New Trailer for DC's 'Wonder Woman' Starring Gal Gadot

November 3, 2016
Source: YouTube

Wonder Woman Trailer

"What I do is not up to you…" Warner Bros has unveiled a second official trailer for DC's Wonder Woman movie, to give us more to be excited about beyond the first Comic-Con trailer. This solo spin-off movie in the DC Universe is set during World War I stars Gal Gadot (from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice) as the Amazonian princess-warrior Diana who becomes Wonder Woman. Patty Jenkins directs, also starring Chris Pine, Robin Wright, Connie Nielsen, David Thewlis, Elena Anaya, Lucy Davis, Danny Huston, Ewen Bremner, Samantha Jo and Saïd Taghmaoui. This trailer packs in the action as well as some more intimate dramatic scenes, and it looks damn good. Hopefully this is one of DC's best films yet.

Here's the second official trailer for (+ poster) Patty Jenkins' Wonder Woman, from WB's YouTube:

Wonder Woman Teaser Poster

You can still watch the first Comic-Con trailer for DC's Wonder Woman here, to compare the footage.

The Amazonian princess-warrior Diana left her lush tropical island to dwell in our urban cityscapes of glass and steel. Tutored in the ways of the Greek warriors, and outfitted with incredible gifts the Goddess bestowed upon her people, she becomes Paradise Island's emissary to civilization. DC's Wonder Woman movie is directed by American filmmaker Patty Jenkins, of the film Monster previously, as well as a few episodes of "Entourage" and "The Killing". The screenplay is by Geoff Johns and Allan Heinberg, from a story by Allan Heinberg and Zack Snyder. The character is created by William M. Marston. Warner Bros will open Jenkins' Wonder Woman movie in theaters starting June 2nd, 2017 next summer. Excited for this?

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This looks neat. I will see it.

Aj Meadows on Nov 3, 2016


Wow... looks much better done than some of the other DC movies out thus far.

backwardsprogress on Nov 3, 2016


Every DC movie has LOOKED fantastic so far. The finished product however has been below par

Jon Odishaw on Nov 3, 2016


Well, to be honest, I liked both films with Superman. I think they were pretty cool and interesting. But I guess, I am minority in that respect ...

shiboleth on Nov 3, 2016


I like the 1st superman film, but not so much the 2nd w/ batman. Def. thought suicide squad had a terrible story line and was too hokey...

backwardsprogress on Nov 3, 2016


Suicide Squad was not a serious film, it almost looked like a classic money grab. Big mess with a lack of purpose save for that financial. Nothing more. As for the BvS, I sometimes don't understand why people didn't like that film, I think it was a bit better than MoS. But ok, not everyone taste is as mine ...

shiboleth on Nov 3, 2016


Loved man of steel and the other two werent as bad as advertised but I wouldn't say I loved them.

Jon Odishaw on Nov 3, 2016


Thanks for that. As said, I was satisfied even with BvS (I really liked its dark tone), but not so much with Suicide Squad. On that one, I agree with you...

shiboleth on Nov 3, 2016


There was a good movie in suicide squad somewhere. The characters were good but I think it was ruined in the editing room.

Jon Odishaw on Nov 3, 2016


Well, something definitely went bad. And yes, I remember things from trailers I haven't seen in the film. Editing room was definitely a part of the problem, I agree ...

shiboleth on Nov 4, 2016


TBH, I do not think we are in a day and age when wide release pictures can be really, honestly bad. At worst they are like sixes or honest to goodness two or three is practically unthinkable in this age of film.

DAVIDPD on Nov 3, 2016


I thought Man of Steel had a TON of emotional depth. I know it wasn't an atypical Superman movie, but it was an awesome re-invigoration of a tired concept. I wish they would've gone for MOS2 rather than BvS and Suicide Squad. Marvel established MOST of their heroes first before throwing them together. I think DC would've been wise to do the same thing. If Justice League and WW don't pan out, put a fork in them, I'm done with them. (Although they'll probably never stop regardless of how awful they are, because = $$$$$)

RAW_D on Nov 7, 2016


I'm with you on that!

FuziJuzi on Nov 6, 2016


Props to Jenkins and Warner Bros. for allowing the character to be herself without oversexualizing her. No gratuitous cleavage or fan service BS. Once they polish the CG elements this is going to so much fun.

DAVIDPD on Nov 3, 2016


Absolutely floored

SammyLee on Nov 3, 2016


Doesn't look too bad!

Nielsen700 on Nov 3, 2016


The dialog sounded too much like coming off the page of a comic book... No, thanks 😛

MzUnGu on Nov 3, 2016


I think I've watched this trailer like 8 times today. It's that freakin good. Music, build up, visuals, no SJW feministic bullshit blaming white patriarchy and looking for puppies in a safe space. Just hardcore female hero kicking ass and taking names. Everything we care about!

backwardsprogress on Nov 3, 2016


Must watch? You really haven't learned from the from the past shitty DC films... I'm tired of this politically correct bullshit on this site.

Ben Moore on Nov 3, 2016


??? What politically correct bullshit? This trailer actually looked like it's going to be really good.

backwardsprogress on Nov 3, 2016


Yeah weren't the trailers for Suicide Squad, Batman v Superman, and Man of Steel kick ass as well and turned out to be shit garbage films? I'm saying politically correct because this is a female lead role DC film so everyone feels like they have to praise it. I guarantee this movie is going to suck. Guarantee.

Ben Moore on Nov 3, 2016


Waiting for the replies saying that I'm sexist, just waiting.

Ben Moore on Nov 3, 2016


Wait no longer good sir. Every DC film trailer debut has been a "must watch" on this site. You are being sexist by assuming that it has been labelled a must watch because it's a female led superhero film. Did you watch the trailer? It's fucking awesome. And You do realize sexism exists right? It's not manufactured to upset your selfish fucking ass when you go on the internet.

Jon Odishaw on Nov 3, 2016


I disagree. Wonder Woman was a pretty big superhero character in her own right. They gave us crap like catwoman and some other politically correct BS shows (see amazon/netflix/mtv) where they attempt to glorify women by falling for the same SJW BS, but Wonder Woman is one character that hasn't been done almst at all. So I'm glad they are doing a movie for her as well, and I'm glad so far, it seems like a badass movie minus all the sjw bs. I guess we'll have to see when it comes out. With that said, I liked the 1st superman movie, not so much the batman/superman movie although I love certain scenes from the movie because I didn't see them coming (blowing up the senate hearing, superman walking out thru all the fire), and felt that suicide squad was a cheesy piece of crap compare to what it should have been. With that all said, I hope this movie doesn't suck. Trailer looks good. WW1/2 film (love movies in that time period). No crazy alien/doomsday storyline.

backwardsprogress on Nov 3, 2016


“Everyone” is praising it because this is a great trailer. It just so happens to have one of the most popular female characters in existence as the main character. THAT’S IT. You have no shred of definitive proof to prove otherwise which is to say you sound like a fucking asshole. Sure it may suck considering BVS & Suicide Squad had great trailers, but you have NOT seen the film which make your comments even more ignorant. Grow a pair, take your triggered ass outside & ease the fuck up. Accusing the site of “politically correct bullshit” STFU lol.

Jorrell Mcdaniel on Nov 4, 2016


Oh jesus. What do we have here? Are you the fuck off police? So the collective opinion on that 'its a good trailer' makes it a fact? The only thing ignorant is to believe that they will maybe not deliver garbage. After seeing the last few movies its easy to conclude that this could most likely suck as well.

Sascha Dikiciyan on Nov 4, 2016


If people thinking a trailer is good doesn't make it good then what the fuck does make it good?

Jon Odishaw on Nov 4, 2016


And I thought I was an angry troll.

Bo on Nov 6, 2016


actually no. I loved bat vs. supe. and liked suicide squad plus man of steel. if you want to talk "shit garbage films", look at any iron man movie after the first one.

dan on Nov 5, 2016


It's called Wonder Woman. Wonder WOMAN. I love you.

Carpola on Nov 3, 2016


Mindless funfest at its best ...

shiboleth on Nov 3, 2016


There's a couple reasons I'm optimistic about this movie, despite having hated BvS and Suicide Squad. The first is the director choice. I think Patty Jenkins is a much better fit for the material than Snyder or Ayer were for their respective films. I think she'll honor the material in a way that connects with a wide audience. Secondly, even though BvS and SS had decent to great trailers, you already knew what your color scheme was going to be in the movie. Starting with Man of Steel, the DCU movies have been desaturated, grimy, and generally not very nice to look at. Yeah, there's obviously filters tossed on Wonder Woman as well, but they enhance the colors, not dull them. It's a vibrant looking film. That alone hints at WB backing off their original tack of trying to emulate the grittiness of TDK primarily through visuals. Let this movie look bright and wondrous, and it'll let the brightness and wonder come through.

the_situasian on Nov 3, 2016


blah blah blah blah... is anyone actually reading this??

CyraNOSE on Nov 3, 2016


I did.

backwardsprogress on Nov 3, 2016


Me too...

shiboleth on Nov 4, 2016


Hoping you are right. Trailer I feel looks great. I hope the movie leaves me feeling the same way.

backwardsprogress on Nov 3, 2016



backwardsprogress on Nov 3, 2016


Sorry fanboys, this trailer was very boring to me. I'll wait for Netflix or some other (cheaper/free) alternative to watching this.

syntaxterror on Nov 3, 2016


no need to be sorry - nobody cares what you think.

dan on Nov 5, 2016


right? lol...fuck outta here...

Jeff Prioleau on Nov 7, 2016


Hopefully this could be a game changer for female directors. If Patty Jenkins manages to pull DC movies out of it's current critical nosedive it might just prove that comic book movies aren't just for the boys.

fazha on Nov 4, 2016

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