14 May, 2017
Despite not even hitting cinemas across the globe yet, Wonder Woman is already being discussed for a sequel by the director behind the upcoming flick, Patty Jenkins. And by "us" I mean the collective web community that's been complaining that the marketing efforts for Wonder Woman have been completely sub par.
According to /Film, this will be the first time that the origins of Wonder Woman and her life in Themyscira will be presented on the screen. While it also highlights some stunning locales and Edwardian-tinged scenes, the movie looks like it's embracing a little more humor, especially as Diana attempts to navigate the world outside of her home among her people. Patty Jenkins has somehow created the flawless blend of character moments and action, so far. Piece by piece, the trailer rolls out the classic Wonder Woman symbols: First the indestructible bracelets, then the sword and the shield and, of course, the lasso of truth. "In fact, I think his ideas are much, much, MUCH worse". "So it was a treasure trove of potential", she said.
There's some discussion about whether or not Wonder Woman-one of my most-anticipated movies of the year!-is being advertised "enough". Discover a new excerpt from Wonder Woman!
You can catch a new glimpse of that potential - as well as a whole lot of butt kicking - in a newly released trailer. Wonder Woman's new spot begins with Diana explaining her supernatural origins to Steve Trevor.
Some fans have complained that Warner Bros. isn't marketing Wonder Woman anywhere near enough, but it's clear to see that's changing now with the release of yet another unbelievable extended TV spot.
Wonder Woman stars Gal Gadot as the Amazonian princess-turned-superhero, alongside Chris Pine, Robin Wright, and Danny Huston. So how about our Wonder Woman's movie advertising?