Warner Brothers Studio has released a second official trailer for the highly anticipated DC Wonder Woman movie starring Gal Gadot. In true Hollywood fashion, this second trailer frames the narrative of the movie a bit more coherently without giving away too much of the main plot. We see Chris Pine’s character Steve Trevor, crashing into the ocean off the coast of Wonder Woman’s home of Themyscira, aka Paradise Island, World War 1 soldiers storming the beach, and the Princess herself donning her armor to take on the world of man as she cannot sit idly by while innocent people are potentially suffering at the hands of a mystery villain.
Many DC fans, including myself, are crossing their fingers in hopes that this will be the one DC movie that actually understands its character and gives us a movie worth celebrating. Marvel has bee kicking DCs ass in the box office with each and every super hero movie that comes across the big screen (except Spider-Man 3, Iron Man 2 and 3, and Amazing SpiderMan 2), and it is time that DC made a stand against the might of the Marvel movie dollar. The DC fanbase almost had something with Suicide Squad but we all saw how that turned out.
Hopefully the next trailer (because we know there will be MORE trailers) will not show too much of the the movie as Hollywood markets and big wigs can’t seem to help themselves. Too many movies now a days are ruined by movie trailers, we all want to get a glimpse of what a movie is about, but Hollywood seems to think that people are too inept to make up their own mind (and want to put butts in seats), so they show most of the plot, most of the witty dialogue, and most of the action scenes (see BvS, The Hangover, etc). Hey Hollywood, we’ll make up our own minds, enough with the spoilers in trailers.
Wonder Woman hits theaters June 2, 2017.
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