Wonder Woman Releases International Trailer In Russian
Ahead of its showing date, the team behind the upcoming Wonder Woman has unleashed a new international trailer which is currently making its way around the web. It came out after the Comic-Con trailer and lasts for more than one minute.
Independent reports that the latest trailer released by Warner Bros. and DC comes with some minimal changes comparing to the released debut trailer last July. It is dubbed in Russian with no English subs.
The minute-long trailer shows mostly action scenes of Wonder Woman fighting her enemies. In one of the additional scenes, the main character can be seen in a room, fighting with her enemies, and kicking a soldier's leg. The movie trailer notably also includes now a closer view into Wonder Woman's lasso, shield, and sword in slow-motion scenes.
On a recent interview, the movie's producer Deborah Snyder has already said that it will be in a different tone compared to the already released movies Batman v Superman and Suicide Squad. This is because according to Snyder they chose their film project directors based on "who have their own points of view, so that each of our films will have their own personality."
The upcoming Wonder Woman movie is a "true origin story" that is closely tied to the Man of Steel story according to Game & Guide. It will stars Gal Gadot as Diana, the main heroine. Joining her is Chris Pine as a pilot fighter named Steve Trevor and Connie Nielsen as Diana's mother - Queen Hippolyta. Also joining the cast are David Thelis, Danny Huston, Elena Anaya, Ewen Bremner, Lucy Davis, Robin Wright, and Said Taghmaoui.
The latest superhero film is directed by Patty Jenkins with Mathew Jensen as cinematographer. The script was written by Geoff Johns and Alan Heinberg. It will be shown on cinemas starting June 2, 2017.
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