In what’s been 75 years in the making, we are finally receiving the long-awaited Wonder Woman movie, a movie that she easily deserves. After basically (because of Batman) stealing the show in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, the film focusing on the rise of Diana Prince to woman of wonder is one of this year’s most anticipated films, as it not only marks the first time we’ve seen her on screen in her own feature, but the first female-led superhero movie period, putting some serious weight on its shoulders.
The somewhat disappointing success of Batman v Superman and the flat-out disaster that was Suicide Squad has never tempered the excitement for Wonder Woman – as the trailers are giving off a killer vibe – rather, the behind-the-scenes action going on at Warner Bros. and DC. Justice League is currently in post production and that’s all good and dandy, but The Batman is a completely different story. I’m not going to go into detail about it because you can read every bit of information on what has been going on what the Ben Affleck lad movie here at Apocaflix! and every other entertainment site across the globe. The only thing I will touch on is this: has Wonder Woman suffered the same behind-the-camera fate as its DCEU siblings?
Any-hoo, the Gal Gadot led superhero movie is still over four months away and while there are plenty of major movies coming out from now until then, that doesn’t mean the DC train just stops. As usually happens, Empire Magazine has unveiled their upcoming cover to their latest issue, which features none other than Diana Prince herself suited up and ready to kick some ass as one of the members of DC’s Trinity. But that’s not all. Aside from the great new look at at Gadot, the cover promises not just new insider information on Wonder Woman, but Ghost in the Shell, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, and more.
Take a good, hard look at the new cover above and I’ll make sure to keep you all posted on anything (images, comments, etc.) that comes out from the exciting issue. Wonder Woman is directed by Patty Jenkins and arrives in theaters on June 2nd, 2017.