A new concept art reveals the moment Wonder Woman enters the battlefield and takes on the title as a superhero. Earlier, Fans also got to see the scene come alive in the live action film’s trailer 1.
The artwork was released by Entertainment Weekly along with a new synopsis for the standalone film. Furthermore, Gal Gadot and Geoff Johns also shared their reaction for the dramatic scene.
“It’s a very powerful moment,” Said Gadot. Adding, “We have a character committing to her true self, doing what she believes needs to be done.”
Johns recalled how the scene reminded him of a classic DC film.“[This scene] reminds me of when Superman caught Lois and caught the helicopter [in the 1978 movie],” he said. “But this one is even more visceral.”
EW’s report also revealed that fans can expect this scene in half away through the film. Wonder Woman releases on June 2nd. Fans can read the new official synopsis below.
Diana is thrust toward her destiny after American intelligence officer Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) crashes near her island, pursued by the German army. Trevor has discovered that German general Erich Ludendorff (Danny Huston) has plans to release a chemical super weapon, potentially killing millions. Diana wants to help — convinced that this evil could only be the work of Ares, the God of War.
In other news, Patty Jenkins recently spoke to Toronto Sun and discussed the making of Wonder Woman in detail. The Director also revealed the reason why she to adapt WW1 instead of WW2. Jenkins also spoke about the main villain of the film Ares and how Gal Gadot was the right person for the role.
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