Recently, Warner Bros. was criticized by a few that the studio isn’t going all out in marketing Wonder Woman. Although fans have gone against this notion and have continued to believe that the film is receiving primary priority- their efforts didn’t seem to be enough to convince the masses.
Fortunately, it looks like the baseless allegations over Wonder Woman marketing would finally rest aside. Actress Gal Gadot has shared a photo from the city of Manhattan, New York which seems to serve as evidence that the film’s marketing and promotions are well under way.
Gadot shared an image of an infrastructure in NYC hanging with huge Wonder Woman banner ads. Fans have already come across these posters on the film’s official Facebook page. Check out the photo below.
Another photo revealed more banner ads hanging in Times Square. Fans on Twitter have already begun sharing images as they pose next to the ads.
Batman-News also shared a photo which revealed that the studio is extensively marketing the film in Hong Kong as well. Posters from Wonder Woman were spotted public transportation vehicles like Bus. Check it out below.
For those unaware, an earlier report from Vanity Fair revealed that Warner Bros. is, in fact, spending more on Wonder Woman’s marketing ($3,043,212) than it did on Suicide Squad ($2,645,643). But the studio was continued to be criticized that the film was being marketed poorly.
Wonder Woman releases on June 2nd. The film is currently being hailed as the DCEU’s savior as early responses have churned out good buzz on the internet.
— Gregg Katzman (@GreggKatzman) May 8, 2017
A woman saw me crying in the street and asked if I wanted a picture in front of them. pic.twitter.com/T62Gw6Kwqu
— rachel leishman (@RachelLeishman) May 9, 2017
— Batman-News.com (@BatmanNewsCom) May 10, 2017
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