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Third Official Trailer for Jenkins' 'Wonder Woman' Starring Gal Gadot

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March 12, 2017
Source: YouTube

Wonder Woman Movie Trailer

"You will train her harder than any Amazon before her. Until she is better than even you." Warner Bros has debuted the third official trailer for DC's Wonder Woman movie, showing even more amazing footage from this very promising superhero movie. 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 this action movie, also starring Chris Pine, Robin Wright, Connie Nielsen, David Thewlis, Elena Anaya, Lucy Davis, Danny Huston, Ewen Bremner, Samantha Jo and Saïd Taghmaoui. The trailers for this movie are getting better and better, and I'm more and more hopeful that this might actually be a great movie. Only time will tell. Don't miss this.

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

Wonder Woman Poster

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

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. Excited to see this movie?

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Reader Feedback - 37 Comments

1

Damn, she has really filled out this role. The only other woman I could have seen as Wonder Woman was a younger Jennifer Connelly.

DAVIDPD on Mar 12, 2017

2

Gina Carano would have been the perfect Wonder Woman, her acting ain't great, but Gal Gadot ain't no oscar contender either 😛 She does like good in the movie, I'll give her that 🙂

Enola on Mar 13, 2017

3

I agree with Gina Carano...although in a perfect world, Catherine Zeta-Jones would be my choice. CZJ should be in the movie in some role, anyway.

kitano0 on Mar 13, 2017

4

Could have played her mother, but has she even been in a movie the last 10+ years...

Enola on Mar 14, 2017

5

Currently featured in the series "Feud" on FX... was in "Red 2" in '13. Yeah, she could have played her mother, that would have been great!

kitano0 on Mar 14, 2017

6

Sorry man...Carano is too short and comparing her acting skill to Gadot's is not even close. Gina's body type is more realistic, but she would have been such a bad actor it would have killed the whole film.

DAVIDPD on Mar 13, 2017

7

I've yet to see Gal be more than okay in a movie. Same with Gina, but saying that Gal is a better actress would be a stretch. She reads lines straight of the script and is so wooden, just watch Keeping up with the Joneses. The height difference is 5cm, and that should be no problem. The Hobbits in Lotr looked good 😛 Anyways, Gal Gadot IS Wonder Woman, and I hope she gets it right and that the dceu might get a good movie.

Enola on Mar 14, 2017

8

Super down for this.

Carpola on Mar 12, 2017

9

I could absolutely be reading too much into this, but I was struck by them using "Witness the Future/Of Justice" as the trailer tagline. Almost feels like they're trying to shrug off BvS/Suicide Squad and get a fresh start with this movie.

the_situasian on Mar 12, 2017

10

rumors are that this movie has been a production disaster

SillySock on Mar 12, 2017

11

that doesn't make any sense though clearly WB is changing the tone of future movies, as evidenced by last summer's Justice League tease and all of Dwayne Johnson's comments on the matter

DanShaw on Mar 12, 2017

12

I think they mean, you will see a "future Justice League member" in action, but the timeline is a century before the Justice League exists.

bumboclot on Mar 14, 2017

13

I'm sick of every DC trailer looking good and thinking "maybe THIS will be the first one that doesn't suck ass" then lo and behold... still optimistic for this one though, and the news that later movies (Justice League onward) are taking a much more fun and less brooding tone is really encouraging if nothing else the cinematography in this one looks to be incredible!

DanShaw on Mar 12, 2017

14

Batman Begins The Dark Knight The Dark Knight Rises All had great trailers

SillySock on Mar 12, 2017

15

I think you know darn well he meant trailers for the DC Cinematic Universe movies.

Christopher Dean on Mar 12, 2017

16

He said DC

SillySock on Mar 12, 2017

17

I like 'brooding tone' and BvS. It's more realistic for me if gets a bit dark. Although, I do understand that a lot of people is not ok with that. Which is also cool ...

shiboleth on Mar 12, 2017

18

But we already went to that "realistic" place with the Dark Knight movies. I loved the realism at the beginning of BvS, how these people on street level suffered even as Superman was saving the world, but you could also depict some lighter moments. I'm not saying break the fourth wall like Deadpool, but there can be some humor that allows the movie to feel a bit less self-important, and more likeable.

bumboclot on Mar 14, 2017

19

All said is also quite acceptable with me. But, now and then, I see no reason why some films wouldn't or shouldn't be, even if those are based on comics, sometimes serious and dark or even hopeless. I like good diverting from the main course. And why medium like film shouldn't take that direction from time to time? While watching BvS I was mostly enjoying the tone and the story was pretty good in following that although I could find some holes in the plot. But still, I find it to be a very good film. As for Dark Knight, I watched it again few months ago and I have to say, that is, occasionally, one boring film. But the tone is right, no matter how serious it gets. And then again, having said all this, I also have to agree with you and will enjoy in that respect all the fun while watching, let's say, The Guardians of the Galaxy 2. Let's have it all, huh? Cheers and thanks for your comment ...

shiboleth on Mar 14, 2017

20

I read somewhere that reason why women are stronger than men is in primal shape of human which is feminine. This like an affirmation in that direction. Plus some cinematic pleasure, of course ...

shiboleth on Mar 12, 2017

21

Humm... Not convinced by this theory. They are stronger because of their strong instict of survival. Men are more suicidal creatures.

tarek on Mar 12, 2017

22

BAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHHAH It's like watching 2 mentally challenged kids talk TRUMPKIN!!! TRUMPKIN!!! TRUMPKIN!!!

SillySock on Mar 12, 2017

23

Neither am I but it does sound interesting to be entertained with. I think it's a world of gender and sex diversity where nobody wins and, especially, nobody wins over anyone. And I like strong women, which is something that a lot of them is trying too hard to be ...

shiboleth on Mar 13, 2017

24

I like stong women as well, as long as they don't knock out a 300 pounds guy with her tiny arms. Ellen Ripley is the kind of strong women I like to see in movies; strong character but still fragile and vulnerable.

tarek on Mar 13, 2017

25

Won't argue with that. But I also meant emotionally and psychologically strong women and not only physically. But that's probably another subject. And it takes at least one women to participate in such an argument, huh?

shiboleth on Mar 13, 2017

26

It's funny watching 2 virgins talk about women

SillySock on Mar 13, 2017

27

Sure.

Quanah on Mar 12, 2017

28

Are you?

grooviegoo on Mar 12, 2017

29

About 73.187%, but only if it's a Friday. Any other day I'm 18.56% sure.

Quanah on Mar 13, 2017

30

Cinematography is inconsistent. First part looks like a SyFy production.

tarek on Mar 12, 2017

31

It must be hard to be you everyday, isn't it bob? I feel you.

tarek on Mar 12, 2017

32

You feel me? Are you gay? Does Trump know?

SillySock on Mar 14, 2017

33

You stupid troll, nothing he says has anything to do with Trump. These comment sections are exactly for that, comments, critic, moaning and bitching about the one thing we love here. Movies. So either play along or fuck off, fuck muppet.

Sascha Dikiciyan on Mar 12, 2017

34

your music sucks

SillySock on Mar 13, 2017

35

Trumpkin!!!!

SillySock on Mar 13, 2017

36

I'm so conflicted about this...I want to...but I don't...but I want to...but then I don't. I'm friggin gunshy....FOOL ME ONCE!....

RAW_D on Mar 13, 2017

37

Looks really good. I hope the audience gives this a shot if only to thank DC for finally rewarding us with a NON-Zack Snyder movie! Yeah Snyder can pull off really good action scenes but his character/dialogue scenes are George-Lucas-awful. I don't care about DC vs Marvel thank god. Just give me some great comic book movies from any source and I'm all in.

bumboclot on Mar 14, 2017

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