Wonder Woman: First Glimpse Of Blockbuster

"I remember always knowing she's the most powerful female superhero", she said, calling her a "shero".

That's pretty much in line with what Wonder Woman's creator William Moulton Marston intended. She got the sense from studios that they thought the character would need to be changed to appeal to a broader audience. Izola, who only goes by that one name, was waiting her turn for the jet in an elaborate armor-plated costume she made herself. "She's all for good, she fights for good, she believes in great". "I had no father", she says to Trevor when he asks if she had ever met a man before.

Though that's sometimes been misunderstood. Bravo Warner Bros. for being completely on top of the situation and releasing these trailers to the world (better them than some frightful quality cam from Hall H).

"I don't want to play a damsel in distress that needs to be saved".

"I wanted to portray this character in a way that everyone could relate too".

As for doing the film itself, Jenkins had nothing but praise for Gal Gadot and the bond they formed while filming. Check out Gal Gadot kicking butt in our Wonder Woman trailer screenshots in the gallery below!

All three of the immortal Amazons take responsibility for raising, protecting and training Diana to her destiny of being Wonder Woman.

The Israeli-born star said the movie, due out next year (17), is a story of a girl becoming a woman. This looks like it's going to be a really fun action flick, and we can't wait for it (but we'll have to since it's not coming out till 2017).

"That describes this Diana", Gadot said.

In fact, "Wonder Woman" is swiftly becoming one of our most anticipated films of 2017. It's packed with action, gorgeous shots, and just enough dialogue to get us excited about another superhero movie.

  • Marlene Weaver