Wonder Woman has been receiving mass positive reactions since its recent social media embargo lift. Journalists like Umberto Gonzalez and others have expressed at most satisfaction and believe it to be the best DC Film released by far.
As positive reactions continue to flood feeds on Twitter and other social media platforms, it looks like Warner Bros. has used this opportunity to increase its marketing and promotions for Wonder Woman. The studio recently released new production and behind-the-scenes photos from the film. Some images were first exclusively shared by EW.
The photos were shared by Warner Bros. via their media asset website. As some fans are already aware, the photos were captured by set photographer Clay Enos.
The gallery below contains new photos of Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman in the man’s world and as Diana Prince in Themyscira. There are also photos of Young Diana (Emily Carey), Hippolyta (Connie Neilsen), Steve Trevor (Chris Pine), Sameer (Saïd Taghmaoui), Doctor Poison (Elena Anaya), Sir Patrick (David Thewlis), General Erich Ludendorff (Danny Huston) and others. Fans can check it out below.
By far, the actor playing as Ares, the supervillain hasn’t been revealed yet. but it was speculated that Thewlis’s Sir Patrick could be the God of War disguised in his human identity.
Directed by Patty Jenkins, Wonder Woman releases on June 2nd. Going by the recent positive buzz around the internet- it looks like the DC film could break its early tracking record at the box office domestic opening. Gadot has also reprised her role as Wonder Woman in the upcoming Justice League. the film releases on November 17th, 2017.
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