Wonder Woman Poster

Thanks to the success of Marvel Studios, whenever a franchise starter comes around, there is usually some kind of credits scene that teases what will hopefully be the next chapter in the franchise. However, when it comes to the films of the DC Extended Universe, Warner Bros. Pictures hasn’t always teased what’s coming next in their comic book franchises. Both Man of Steel and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice opted out of having credits scenes, though Suicide Squad did tease what’s to come in Justice League this fall. But what about Wonder Woman?

Warner Bros. Pictures releases Wonder Woman in just under two weeks, but should moviegoers stick around after the credits start rolling for a tease of either a Wonder Woman sequel or the arrival of Justice League? Read More »

Wonder Woman Clips

In just under two weeks, the world will be given the hero that the DC Extended Universe needs in the form of Wonder Woman. The early buzz on the movie is off the charts, and it sounds like the superhero’s first solo foray on the big screen is exactly what fans of the character have been waiting to see for decades.

Warner Bros. Pictures is in full marketing mode, unleashing all sorts of trailers and TV spots upon the public, and that includes a batch of new clips from the movie that you’ll likely see on television as the Gal Gadot, Chris Pine and more make the publicity rounds to help promote the movie. In these six clips you’ll get some extended sequences from the movie, more of a glimpse into the natural, charming humor that comes from Diana and Steve, and more.

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Wonder Woman

Warner Bros.’ DC Extended Universe has been a thoroughly mixed bag so far, dividing critics and audiences alike. Man of Steel, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, and Suicide Squad were all financial hits, but the mixed-to-negative reactions suggested that something was amiss. What had to be done to get everyone to rally around one of their films?

Make a Wonder Woman movie directed by Patty Jenkins and starring Gal Gadot, it seems. The first reactions to the new film have arrived and they’re almost unanimously positive, showering praise on both of the film’s lead performers as well as its hopeful and inspiring tone.

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Wonder Woman Trailer

We’re a little over two weeks out from Wonder Woman becoming the first female superhero to get her own big screen adventure all to herself. The marketing onslaught is in full swing, and box office tracking has the opening weekend landing anywhere between $65 million on the lower end up to $105 million on the higher end. More than likely, it will end up somewhere in the middle around the $85 million mark, but two weeks is a lot of time for a studio to convince audiences to see a movie.

The United States isn’t the only place where Wonder Woman is getting a huge push. In fact, our latest look at Diana Prince’s adventures in World War I comes from a Chinese trailer that has plenty of new footage from the action on the battlefield. However, Warner Bros. Pictures is still keeping Ares hidden away from sight for the time being, though there is the tiniest glimpse of the villain from a distance in this trailer.

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Wonder Woman Trailer

Now that Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is in theaters, the road is clear for Warner Bros. Pictures to push their marketing campaign for Wonder Woman to full throttle. Over the past week, the studio has really ramped up the promotion for their summer blockbuster, which marks the first time a female superhero is getting their own movie. Now a new trailer shows off even more from the next installment of the DC Extended Universe.

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Chris Pine Hosted Saturday Night Live

This weekend brought Chris Pine to Studio 8H in 30 Rockefeller Plaza to host Saturday Night Live for the first time. Since Gal Gadot is currently pregnant with her second child, her Wonder Woman co-star got the honor of hosting the show as a way to help promote the comic book movie. Those hoping for a Wonder Woman sketch during SNL were disappointed, but for those who have always wanted to hear Chris Pine sing over and over again, the sketch show delivered plenty of that.

We run through the best and worst sketches of the Chris Pine hosted Saturday Night Live after the jump. Read More »

Wonder Woman clip

Diana just met Steve Trevor, but she’s already taking bullets for him. Or rather, deflecting bullets for him. Because one of Wonder Woman’s many special gifts are her iconic bullet-proof bracelets.

In a new clip from Wonder Woman (debuted by Chris Pine on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon), we get a full, uninterrupted peek at the alley fight scene in which Gal Gadot‘s Wonder Woman saves Steve from a bullet and quickly incapacitates the goons attacking them.

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wonder woman tv spot

“Who is this woman?” “You will soon find out.” That dialogue exchange has been echoing throughout the spate of TV spots promoting Wonder Woman, the newest film in Warner Bros.’ DC Extended Universe and the first solo female superhero movie of the modern age.

And we will, with Wonder Woman hitting theaters in a month. But first, the newest TV spot shows us more of Diana of Themyscira than we’ve ever seen before.

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new wonder woman photos

After the dearth of marketing materials for Wonder Woman, we have suddenly been blessed with a surge of TV spots, stills and advertising for the upcoming movie about the female superhero and goddess.

Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment released six never-before-seen stills, both in front of and behind the camera, of Gal Gadot‘s Diana on Themyscira, Chris Pine‘s dashing Steve Trevor, a stern-looking Sameer (Saïd Taghmaoui) and a few behind-the-scenes photos with director Patty Jenkins.

Check out the new Wonder Woman photos and TV spot below.

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