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After an awesome first trailer premiere at Comic-Con, the second trailer for Wonder Woman came out last week and it gives us a deeper dive into the plot and characters of the movie. We know that the modern day scenes in the movie are post Batman v Superman and that Diana Prince is reflecting back on the last time she came out of the shadows to help mankind. We get the whole backstory on the photo that Bruce Wayne sends to her and why it took her so long to come out into the modern world again, this time for the events of the upcoming Justice League movie. There’s a lot to unpack from this new trailer, but for this article I’m just going to highlight ten cool things. So, about that photo…
Spider-Man: Homecoming recently passed Wonder Woman at the box office, and this weekend it passed Marvel’s own Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 to become 2017’s biggest superhero movie.
The Batman Day posts just keep on coming! We’ve heard from Justice League director Zack Snyder, composer Danny Elfman, and now Ben Affleck’s Batman stunt double Albert Valladares has shared a behind-the-scenes photo from the upcoming movie.
It’s Batman Day, and Justice League director Zack Snyder took time out of his day to celebrate on the mobile app Vero. “Happy Batman day, #batfleck [is] the best Batman ever,” Snyder wrote.
Kiersey Clemons recently described her Justice League scenes as “f*cking sick”, but fans may never get to see them. Sources tell Batman News that Clemons’ character Iris West has been cut from the movie.
In the latest issue of Total Film, the date for the ultra-violent vigilante’s return is given as October 13. Of course, there’s always a chance the mag simply made an error here, but it’s also possible that they were made aware of the premiere date and didn’t realize Netflix was attempting to keep in under […]
How about directing one of those little comic-book ditties next? “Oh yeah, that’s my plan,” she said. “Why not? My new life philosophy is I’m not going to tell myself no. I’m just going to do stuff until someone else tells me no.”