Earlier, Chris Pine was invited to be a guest on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon to talk Wonder Woman. Moreover, the actor was also promoting his upcoming appearance on SNL later this weekend.
As we all expected, An exclusive footage from the film was played for the audience at Jimmy Fallon’s show. Finally, the clip has landed on Youtube thanks to Comicbook.
The 0:45-second clip features the Alley Fight scene where Steve Trevor and Wonder Woman are held at gunpoint by random thugs. As we all saw in the previous trailers, the female superhero takes charge to shield Trevor with her deflective bracelets.
Initially, Trevor gets to show off his quick reflex but backs down to shield Diana. In the obvious turn of events, Wonder Woman comes forward and takes down the thugs without even dropping a sweat.
The video gives a glimpse of Diana deflecting incoming bullets from all sides through an overhead shot. The SFX and visual tone seems to have succeeded at portraying a WWI environment. Fans can check out the clip below.
Wonder Woman releases next month on June 2nd. Early responses are acclaiming the DC film and are suggesting it could be a blockbuster. Earlier, Warner Bros. also shared a new 1:00 trailer. Click here to check it out.
In more WW news, Gal Gadot has shared a new behind-the-scenes photo from her Wonder Woman prep. But it’s not what fans expected. By the looks of it, Gal Gadot might have worn the face mask for VFX purposes. The photo has been embedded below.
— Gal Gadot (@GalGadot) May 4, 2017
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