10 Things You Should Know About ‘Wonder Woman’
Wonder Woman opens June 2 in theaters and in theaters on June 6, 2018.
This week, EW is premiering the first trailer for the upcoming superhero flick.
The trailer includes a few of the film’s big moments, and includes some behind-the-scenes shots as well.
Wonder Woman’s first trailer Wonder Woman is the most important film of 2017.
It’s the one that really, really changed the superhero genre and what it means to be a female superhero.
It shows how the idea of a superhero can be so inclusive and fun to be in.
Wonder Women is also the first film that actually has the voice of a woman on screen.
It takes us to a time when, as a woman, I felt like a hero in my own right.
I’m grateful to be part of a film like Wonder Woman, which shows the best of what female characters can do.
And, finally, it tells the story of a character who’s still on the forefront of feminism.
Watch the trailer above, then read our 10 Things to Know About Wonder Woman: 10 Things you should know about the superhero film Wonder Woman.
Diana Prince Is a Woman, Too, Though She’s Not Really a Man: Diana Prince’s role in the movie is the first time the character is played by a woman.
But, Wonder Woman has already proven that this doesn’t necessarily mean she’s a woman-hating feminist.
Diana is the daughter of the King of Themyscira, a god who’s also known as Diana Prince.
Diana’s family was the first to discover the power of magic and was called upon by King Arthur to protect them from the forces of evil.
But her powers aren’t always aligned with her parents.
Prince’s father is a sorcerer who, when he’s not fighting dragons, creates magical artifacts called Amazons, which he uses to battle dragons.
It wasn’t until she was 15 years old that she became a woman and she became one of the most powerful and popular warriors in the kingdom.
Prince was a member of the royal guard.
Her role in Wonder Woman was a huge part of her empowerment.
“Wonder Woman’s” feminist message is also a very big part of the character.
Wonder women don’t just fight monsters.
They fight for what’s right.
They are empowered by their abilities.
And the way that Wonder Woman and Diana are depicted as women in the film is very much rooted in their struggles with gender identity and the ways they have always dealt with it. 2.
Wonder Wonder Woman Is a Feminist Symbol: Wonder Woman isn’t just a superhero film.
She’s also a symbol of female empowerment.
This is reflected in the name of the movie.
Wonder is an all-caps abbreviation for “Wonder,” a symbol that was created by artist and feminist activist Hanna Rosin to honor the power and privilege women have in this world.
“The only thing I have ever wanted for Wonder Woman to be is a feminist symbol,” Rosin said in an interview with The Guardian.
“She is a symbol for all women.
She is the symbol of our empowerment.”
Wonder Woman also has a strong feminist message on her chest, and it’s a strong message for anyone who’s ever experienced gender oppression.
Wonder woman is a woman who’s always fighting for the rights of women.
Wonder and Wonder Woman have a lot in common.
They both want to be free from oppression and they both want people to respect them for who they are.
The Wonder Woman Movie Is Based on a Comic Book: When Wonder Woman first debuted, the idea for the movie came from a comic book.
The first issue of the comic book Wonder Woman appeared in, “The Young Wonder Woman,” was published in 1975.
The storyline of Wonder Woman featured a young Diana Prince being bullied for being a girl.
Diana, a young woman, fights for the right to wear a dress to school.
The title character is a superhero named Wonder Woman who’s constantly fighting for her rights.
The series is written by Marguerite Bennett, who also wrote the “Batman: The Brave and the Bold” comic books that inspired the Wonder Woman movie.
“This is not a Hollywood movie,” Bennett said.
“It’s a story about the women and the men who are on the front lines of the fight against the patriarchy and for equality in the world.”
Wonder World’s Director, Patty Jenkins, Was the First Female Director to Direct a Marvel Studios Feature: The first Wonder Woman film came out of a comic and was based on a comic.
The film starred a character called Diana Prince, who was originally written by DC Comics’ artist Bill Finger.
The character’s powers were inspired by the character Wonder Woman in “Wonder Girl.”
She was also named Diana.
Wonderworld’s director Patty Jenkins was the woman who first pitched the idea to Marvel Studios.
The director is a major supporter of women in Hollywood, and she said she’s excited to work with the studio again.
“I’m really excited to be working