Warner Bros. seems to be putting in every ounce of effort in marketing Wonder Woman to improve its chances of success at box office. An earlier report also revealed that the studio has spent more than it did with Suicide Squad.
The film’s recent TV spot clips have also assured fans that Wonder Woman contains some of the best action sequences we have ever seen in a DC title. However, it doesn’t hurt to expect some early acclaimed reactions to help fans sigh in relief.
Recently, Sasha Perl-Raver was on Screen Junkies News to discuss Wonder Woman and it’s new TV spot which gave fans a glimpse of Ares. The host also revealed that her sources had the opportunity to see the film in advance.
Fortunately, it looks like the end version of the film is everything that we wanted it to be. “It’s the best thing DC has ever done,” said Raver. Fans can check it out in the video below.
In other WW news, we also have a new TV spot titled “Goddess”. The 30-second clip is all about Diana Prince make her grand arrival into the Man’s world and taking charge in the battle. Furthermore, a closer and slower look at the short video reveals that the studio has done a wonderful job during post-production. Fans can see the difference at 0:17.
Directed by Patty Jenkins, Wonder Woman releases on June 2nd. The standalone DC film features Ares, The God of War as the supervillain who seems to be the cause of chaos during WWI.
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