One Final Trailer for Patty Jenkins' 'Wonder Woman' Starring Gal Gadot

May 7, 2017
Source: YouTube

Wonder Woman Trailer

"Be careful with mankind, Diana. They do not deserve you." Warner Bros has released one final trailer for the Wonder Woman movie, due out in less than a month. This is technically the fourth trailer, and likely the final trailer we'll see before release, but it's one of the best ones yet. 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, with a full cast featuring Chris Pine, Robin Wright, Connie Nielsen, David Thewlis, Elena Anaya, Lucy Davis, Danny Huston, Ewen Bremner, Samantha Jo and Saïd Taghmaoui. There has been criticism about WB not marketing this movie enough, but with this epic trailer there's plenty to be excited about. Fire it up.

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

Wonder Woman Poster

You can watch the first Comic-Con trailer for DC's Wonder Woman here, plus the second or third trailer.

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 release Wonder Woman in theaters everywhere starting June 2nd this summer. Do you have your tickets?

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I do agree with the seeming dumping of this movie. I think these trailers have looked great. I really hope the feature lives up to it.

DAVIDPD on May 8, 2017


Looks bonus.

Carpola on May 8, 2017


Diminishing returns at this point....its the same scenes over and added depth....just release the movie

LeoForPrez on May 8, 2017


I missed theme music on the end, but ok, we all know it's coming. Of course, it will be standard flick, but that's all that can be expected from this kind of film ...

shiboleth on May 8, 2017


Except for the fact that numerous movies like this have been exceptional.

LeoForPrez on May 8, 2017


Not if you are talking about MoS, BvS or Suicide Squad.

Payne by name on May 10, 2017


So you basically list 3 bad movies and ignore a dozen good ones. We can do that with any genre. Are we even trying in this conversation?

LeoForPrez on May 10, 2017


The three movies I referenced were all in the same vein and from the same studio as Wonder Woman. I would certainly consider that making them relevant when considering the comment that this will be a standard flick with low expectations. What better standard to compare what WW might be like than three other films from the same stable. Did you even think before responding?

Payne by name on May 10, 2017


you are literally too stupid to insult.

LeoForPrez on May 11, 2017


Oh wow, you used your best passive aggressive put down - well done!

Payne by name on May 11, 2017


This guy has a favorite put down. That's pretty sad.

LeoForPrez on May 12, 2017


I never understood hate for BvS, that was very good film. Or, at least, in my book. A bit dark, yes, but very thoughtful and interesting. I got more from it than I expect from that film. MoS was something like standard super hero film. Not too special but not bad either. I mostly agree on Suicide Squad, that was quite forgettable ...

shiboleth on May 10, 2017


BvS wasn't dark, it was dork. ;D The way it portrayed lex luthor was insulting for the character and the audience. I didn't care for batman, nor for superman. They were two pretty figures fighting each other. The villain was deja vu. Superman could have killed it without this fake staged death ( because we all know he isn't dead). Let's hope the new superman who will ressucitate will be more smiling than his "depressing face" predecessor

tarek on May 12, 2017


Film composers nowadays are all imitating Hans Zimmer and Junkie XL's styles. Which is a very bad thing in my books. We no longer have these memorable themes that stay with you forever, save few exceptions. This young generation can watch and enjoy a movie on a cellphone, which says a lot.

tarek on May 10, 2017


At the same time, it says very little of substance (talking about the young generation). Considering the influence those things have, film and music industry is always some kind of industry of taste, too. Something that youngsters don't always know how to deal with. But yeah, I don't like the whole thing either, too many simplifications or just lazy and annoying surrogates for music. Unfortunately, as long as this is way of the business and brings money in someone's pocket, I see no way out of it ...

shiboleth on May 10, 2017


Only zimmer has given us some of the bets scores of the last 15 years

LeoForPrez on May 11, 2017


The dude is a good person. He made few memorable tracks, and one or two decent scores, but that's it. Some of the best scores of the last 15 years? Hardly. Save his Pirates of the Caribbean theme and his the Rock 'contribution", none of his work stayed with me. He's made some of the best "sound design" work of the last 15 years though.

tarek on May 12, 2017


HAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAH You never cease to amuse me with your ignorance. His Nolan work alone is legendary. If you Google "most popular film composers" Zimmer is listed #2 behind Williams. Yeah...sounds real average to me.

LeoForPrez on May 12, 2017


Hum... Legendary, just like your sense of humor, isn't it. ;D If you google the must popular singer, Bieber will be a legend too.

tarek on May 12, 2017


god you are a moron

LeoForPrez on May 12, 2017


He changed the industry for sure...For worse. ;D

tarek on May 12, 2017


Great visuals... terrible music. Did I mention how bad the music is. What the crap was that?

backwardsprogress on May 9, 2017


It's like a sh*tty Nickelback, which is saying something because Nickelback SUCKS.

THE_RAW_ on May 9, 2017


Yes I remember in one of the other trailers where they have some normal trailer-ry music and then have to ram in the ridiculously over the top and misplaced 'Wonder Woman' theme right at the end because they've commissioned a piece that is wholly unsuitable.

Payne by name on May 10, 2017


I'm still baffled by this teaser before the trailer BS! WHYYYYYYYY? You show me a 3 second snippet of imagery so I can then watch a 2 minute trailer with more scenes AND then the 3 seconds of imagery interspersed... AGAIN?! Wtf is the point of this?!? Man, I relish the simplicity of the "Orion Pictures" logo, a "Hollywood Pictures" logo or even a "Legendary" logo rolling on screen to signal "Oh hey! Here comes a trailer for our new film!" Attention captured. It's as easy as that. /rantend

THE_RAW_ on May 10, 2017


Well said, it really is a worrying statement on the attention span of people that they need a 3 second teaser to keep them 'hooked' for the 2 minute trailer that they are about to watch. It's the same in documentaries now, where they start and show you two minutes of what you are about to see in the show that you've tuned in to watch. I end up having to fast forward that as I don't want the little surprises of what they might show to be ruined. Or even the little summation that they have to put in after every advert break now. For a 50 minute programme, there is only about 27 minutes of actual original footage.

Payne by name on May 10, 2017


Yep, a majority of "documentaries" are so uneven and terribly produced, the last 5 minutes gets to the point and summarizes an hour of commercials and "experts" droning on about the subject. Television is garbage these days.

THE_RAW_ on May 13, 2017


It isn't rocket science...its because people often click away before the video even starts...its the Youtube generation

LeoForPrez on May 11, 2017


I beg to differ. I'm sure there is a science behind it (albeit not rocket obviously) . What study shows this? What studio put time and money into seeing this approach was effective and resulted in it being now common place? THAT'S what I'm wanting to know.

THE_RAW_ on May 13, 2017


This is next level dumb. Are you new to the Internet?

LeoForPrez on May 13, 2017


How incredibly sad and pathetic. I'm sorry you lead a miserable existence of trying to bring everyone else down so you can feel better about your own wasted life. Jesus loves you Bob!

THE_RAW_ on May 13, 2017


Stop complaining damn!! It's not that serious

Lakeycha Montague on May 27, 2017


Don't you mean, WHY SO SERIOUS?!?

THE_RAW_ on May 30, 2017

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