Wonder Woman‘s Comic “Rebirth” Launch & Film Details

Warner Bros. Pictures‘ Wonder Womanstarring Gal Gadot as the most powerful woman in comics history, has been one of those films comic book fans have been seemingly waiting for forever. We all know that Diana Prince, better known as Wonder Woman, popped up in Batman v Supermanand if there's one thing everyone can agree upon with regards to that film, there wasn't enough of her. Thankfully, we have her solo film to look forward to, and DC Entertainment president Diane Nelson has given People a scoop about about what fans can, and can't, expect in the upcoming film.

“It will have its own tone and look – it’s beautiful. There is humor in it, there is real emotion in Diana’s journey in discovering the complexity of man,” Nelson said. But then came this bomb. “There is no invisible jet. Not in this iteration.”


It's a bummer about the invisible jet, but as you can see in the above, Wonder Woman looks pretty awesome regardless. For eager fans (who don't mind waiting in epic lines), there will be costumes from the film (and we imagine a whole bunch more) at this July's Comic-Con in San Diego, where a panel on the 75th anniversary of Wonder Woman is scheduled. And Gadot's Wonder Woman won't be done after her solo film is released—she's already in Zack Snyder's Justice League.

On the comics side of things, DC is releasing a new Wonder Woman series this month, officially titled the "Rebirth" launch, featuring the new look that Gal Gadot's debuted in Batman v Superman

Fans are eager to see Wonder Woman in her own film, however, and the Patty Jenkins directed solo project will finally give her them the chance to see this iconic character get the big screen treatment she's long deserved.

Wonder Woman is slated to open in theaters on June 2, 2017.


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