Thanks to the upcoming release of Wonder Woman, Warner Bros. creatively crafted a special way to wish their audience on Mother’s Day. The DC Film’s official Twitter account shared a themed short clip compiled of existing footages. Fortunately, the studio has also released another short clip but with new footage on a different social media platform.
Warner Bros. India’s official Instagram account also shared a small clip from Wonder Woman to wish their fans a happy Mother’s Day. The video reveals the training scene that takes place in Themyscira.
Gal Gadot as Diana Prince is in her Amazonian attire training with her fellow sisters. After dodging an incoming spear from one of the warriors, Diana looks to her Mother Hippolyta- in an attempt to impress her.
As “someone who always has your back”, Hippolyta grinned back at Diana overjoyed with pride. Fans can check out the clip below.
NFLPA also shared a featurette with their players talking about the Wonder Woman in their lives. The clip has been embedded below.
The studio has also begun marketing Wonder Woman extensively in other regions such as India. Recently, Warner Bros. India shared its new poster featuring Chris Pine as Steve Trevor on the left and Gadot valiantly wielding her sword in the front. Fans can rest assured that the film is receiving top priority in terms of marketing in regions outside the U.S. The official trailer from last year’s SDCC is also now being screened in Indian theaters.
Wonder Woman hits theaters on June 2nd. Early tracking suggests the film would have a successful domestic weekend opening.
— #WonderWoman (@WonderWomanFilm) May 13, 2017
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