If we’re being Honest there’s no way this trailer pleases all the fans no matter how good or bad it is. I’m sure this superhero can relate. – It’s Wonder Woman!
“Sources tell me it’s inspired by The Game, where Deathstroke is setting up all these traps and beating the crap out of (Batman),” he said.
300 Intel drones lit up the LA sky in honor of Power, Grace, Wisdom, Wonder to celebrate the Home Entertainment release of Wonder Woman. VIA: Batman News
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Dave Callaham, co-writer of The Expendables starring Sylvester Stallone, will help Patty Jenkins and Geoff Johns write Wonder Woman 2.
A couple of months ago, Warner Bros. announced that Wonder Woman 2 would be released on December 13, 2019. Today, Lucasfilm announced that Star Wars: Episode IX will be directed by J.J. Abrams, co-written by Batman v Superman and Justice League’s Chris Terrio, and come out a week later, on December 20, 2019.
It’s been a long couple of months of negotiations, but today Variety is reporting that Patty Jenkins has officially signed on to come back and direct Wonder Woman 2.
Marvel’s Iron Man 3 and Captain America: Civil War both went on to gross over $1 billion worldwide, but they were no match for Wonder Woman at the domestic box office. With $409.5 million, Wonder Woman has passed them both. In fact, Wonder Woman is now the fifth-biggest superhero movie of all time in North […]
Wonder Woman was met with praise from everyone this summer. From critics, to fans, to the most popular celebrities in the world, like Oprah. But there’s one powerful director in Hollywood who does not share that opinion.
The lovely Gal Gadot is on the cover of the September issue of Rolling Stone magazine, and she’s even wearing her Wonder Woman bracelets.
Wonder Woman crossed $800 million worldwide last weekend and now IMAX has announced that the movie will be returning to select theaters this Friday, for a limited time only. You can head on over to IMAX’s website to see if it’s coming back to a theater near you.
This weekend, Wonder Woman passed the $800 million worldwide mark. And with $404 million coming from the domestic box office, it’s the biggest superhero origin movie, passing Sam Raimi’s first Spider-Man movie which made $403 million.
Warner Bros. jumped the gun and announced Wonder Woman 2 last month, but without a director. That’s because Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins has been negotiating a new contract, and now Deadline says she’s close to signing a historic deal.
Over the summer while promoting Wonder Woman, director Patty Jenkins said that they didn’t cut any scenes from the movie. Perhaps she forgot about one. Warner Bros. announced the Wonder Woman Blu-ray today, and they’re promoting a “bonus scene” that wasn’t in theaters.
Today is a huge day for Wonder Woman. It’s been kicking butt at the box office all summer, but today it crossed the $400 million mark domestically. It’s the 27th movie ever to do that, and is now one of Warner Bros.’ most successful movies of all time.
Time Warner, the parent company of Warner Bros., sent out their Q2 earnings report to investors this morning, and reported better-than-expected results. Wonder Woman’s strong performance at the box office was one of the reasons for the strong quarter.