Warner Bros. Pictures presents, in association with Tencent Pictures, an Atlas Entertainment/Cruel and Unusual production, “Wonder Woman”. Not that it really needs that much more-but we’ll take it if Warner Bros.is offering.

Going by Gadot’s recent public appearance and her cover shoot, the actress has made a stunning transformation to look as she did during the movie’s filming for the press junkets and media promotions of Wonder Woman. Chris Pine’s Steve Trevor, a captain in the US Army Air Service, crash lands into the Themyscirian waters. This is a prequel to Batman v Superman, and we know that by that point, Diana Prince has grown a lot less innocent and optimistic, so something pretty bad must happen in her origin story to make her so reserved.

And the “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” star admitted it was tough training for the role.

Gal Gadot acknowledged that when the Director Zack Snyder that she finds the camera tests as torture. That was torture. They were looking at six or seven girls, and we were all in separate trailers and were told to stay inside until they called us. And two, well, this is a trailer, so I am still wondering if it’s safe to put our hearts out in the hopes that DC would deliver. Who runs the world?

I don’t know. Maybe this is going to be a great film because we all know how many times trailers have been incredible and the movie has sucked. All the while these scenes are interspersed with a display of her strength, which you can nearly feel through the screen-can that wall climbing thing be any more flawless? The trailer shows Diana sneaking around and taking the shield, sword and the Lasso of Truth.

Aside from that, the trailer also showed an enormous amount of feminism. Her mother, Queen Hippolyta, warns Diana that she should “Be careful of mankind”.

The entire trailer showed that women could hold their own. We get a good look of Maru/ Doctor Poison for the first time.