Wonder Woman is back, and she’s headed to the mall. The sequel to one of DC’s better recent outings drops our hero into the decade of big hair and Rubik’s Cubes to save the world with her Lasso of Truth, and take on two new foes: Max Lord (Pedro Pascal) and The Cheetah (Kristen Wiig).
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Action movie stars like Gal Gadot spend months training and building their fitness to perform in fight scenes. But Conan O’Brien figures he can do it much quicker with the help of Gal’s personal trainer. One thing’s for sure – Conan can deflect CGI bullets like a boss.
Wonder Woman and her insignia are often adopted by people fighting for recognition and equality. And for good reason. Kaptainkristian traced the origins of the superhero to remind us that Diana Prince was born from a progressive and optimistic (albeit egotistical) mind.
Yup, another superhero origin story. But we have to hand it to DC for putting together compelling trailers for Wonder Woman, which follows the princess of the Amazons, and her rise to become a hero for all of us. We’re also excited that Patty Jenkins (Monster) directed it.
“I had no father. I was brought to life by Zeus.” “…well that’s neat.” An invincible but sheltered demigoddess, Princess Diana’s long life takes a profound turn when she learns of a Great War that could end mankind. Directed by Patty Jenkins (Monster). Drops 6/2/17.
Our first look at DC’s upcoming superteam flick has more laughs than all of Zack Snyder’s other movies combined. Perhaps the studio asked him to lighten up. It’s also got Aquaman, Wonder Woman, Cyborg, and The Flash – though Supes is still nowhere to be seen.
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