As the release of Wonder Woman nears in, Warner Bros. is also starting to spend more on its marketing campaigns. Earlier this month, we came across various types of merchandises promoting each and every character from the film.
At present, it looks like there are no more embargos on photos captured by fans during the filming of Wonder Woman on set. Earlier on Wednesday, DC All Access host Tiffany Smith shared some behind-the-scenes content from her set visit.
The geeky host had visited the set which was used to film scenes that took place on Themyscira- the fictional Island in DC Universe where Wonder Woman grew up. Moreover, she also tried out some of the props such as WW’s bracelets, sword training with supporting characters playing as Amazonian warriors and more. Photos are embedded below.
That’s not all. Youtube channel Eh Bee Family’s Miss Monkey had also visited the set. Unlike Smith, Miss Monkey took a snap with Gal Gadot herself as she was in the Amazonian attire as Diana Prince.
In more Wonder Woman News, the official Twitter page dedicated to sharing updates of the movie has also been sharing exciting news lately. Earlier on Wednesday, the page tweeted a contest announcing that the winner will get an official poster for free. Users have to retweet the link for a chance to win. Check out the tweet below.
Wonder Woman is all set to release on June 2nd. The main character (Gal Gadot) has also played a prominent role in Justice League which is scheduled to hit theaters on November 17th this year.
— SmithLord (@TiffanysTweets) April 19, 2017
— Eh Bee Family (@EhBeeFamily) April 19, 2017
— #WonderWoman (@WonderWomanFilm) April 19, 2017
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