Comic-Con: Wonder Woman First Photo Revealed
UPDATED: Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill and Gal Gadot kicked off the Warner Bros. panel to promote "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice" on Saturday.
Zack Snyder has revealed the first look at Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman on Saturday. The image shows the superhero ready for battle while standing in a volcanic landscape.
Meanwhile, Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill and Gadot kicked off the Warner Bros. panel for Hall H with a bang and a teaser made just for the Comic-Con crowd.
Rumors abounded that the studio would to do something with its highly anticipated Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice movie, but no one expected it would kick off the presentation. The crowd, already primed, went bananas.
The trio were fashioned in the color palette of their characters. Affleck was dressed in a black leather jacket and dark gray shirt. Cavill had a white shirt, while Gadot sported a leather vest and pants.
Director Zack Snyder said he wasn't going to let the trio talk to the crowd because he didn't want them to spill any secrets.
"We have a teeny little thing," Snyder stated before unveiling a very short teaser scene, which featured a dark and rain-soaked skyline where Batman, on a rooftop, pulls back a tarp covering the Bat signal. He lights it, revealing Superman floating in the sky. Superman's eye lights up red, he's clearly peeved. The camera then tracks into Batman's face, his eyes glowing white.
"We have to go back to finish the movie," said Snyder, before whisking off the actors as the teaser was shown again to great cheers and piercing screams. The director, who previously revealed a new image of Affleck as Batman, debuted the photo of Wonder Woman on Twitter.
— ZackSnyder (@ZackSnyder) July 26, 2014
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