This spring, we finally saw the power and might of Wonder Woman on the big screen in “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice”, where she was the final piece of the superhero trinity against Lex Luthor’s Doomsday.
But before she begins forming next fall’s Justice League with Ben Affleck’s Bat of Gotham, see how and why the legend began with Gal Gadot reprising the role of “Wonder Woman”, whose new trailer definitely made a splash as much as Chris Pine did when the plane of his character crashed into the ocean of Paradise Island. Not only that, the trailer could show as to why Wonder Woman walked away from the world of man … until now with “BvS” and “JL”.
Set a century ago, the film will follow Wonder Woman enlisting herself in “the war to end all wars”: World War I. Accompanying soldier Steve Trevor (Pine) as his “very good secretary” Diana Prince, she will not only become Paradise Island’s ambassador, but she will also become the ambassador for the world to unite – including the United States of America and the United Nations – to see as Wonder Woman. Combining her beauty and her strength with wisdom, courage, compassion, goodness, sisterhood, equality, freedom, truth and love, she will indeed become the world’s finest – and first – of female superheroes.
Since 1941, Wonder Woman continues to define and redefine girl power, which includes being a founding member of the Justice League and the 1970s television series starring Lynda Carter. Next summer, Gal Gadot is continuing the good fight against the forces of evil as the one called “Wonder Woman”.