About three months out and the marketing for the 2017 superhero film Wonder Woman continues as DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. released a third trailer this weekend. What will likely fair quite well at the box office will also probably be one of the biggest moneymakers for a movie set during World War I. Taking a cue from the Marvel Universe’s first golden age adaptation Captain America: The First Avenger, DC’s first Wonder Woman solo effort ties back not to World War II but “the Great War.” With Monster director Patty Jenkins leading the first big-screen film featuring the most popular superheroine of all–and no Christopher Nolan or Zack Snyder–we have much hope for this film, even if the glimpses at its cinematography, camera angles, and action sequences borrow plenty from Snyder’s 300.
Gal Gadot returns from last year’s Batman v Superman as Wonder Woman with Star Trek’s Chris Pine as the first man the Amazon warrior meets, Colonel Steve Trevor. Gadot tweeted a new poster for the movie Saturday:
The new trailer shows some scenes from the film’s version of Wonder Woman’s origin story. More humor is infused this time around, too. Both Gadot and Pine look promising as these classic comic book characters.
Check out the latest trailer, trailer #3, for Wonder Woman: