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The new poster for Warner Bros. Wonder Woman has been unveiled at San Diego Comic-Con, and as is only fitting at a show that includes DC Entertainment promoting the character’s 75th anniversary, it’s a poster that displays the attributes that have turned the hero into an inspiration for many fans.
Showing Gadot in profile holding a sword — while her face is in shadows, her costume is notably more colorful than it appeared in this year’s Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice — the tagline for the poster simply reads, “Power. Grace. Wisdom. Wonder.” (The first letter of the last two words are bolded, appropriately.)
Also visible is the WW icon that appeared on the first teaser poster for the Patty Jenkins-directed movie, as well as “Summer 2017.”
The poster was shared online by Gadot herself, who called it “a dream come true” on social media:
— Gal Gadot (@GalGadot) July 22, 2016
Gadot and Jenkins will both be appearing onstage Saturday at Comic-Con, as part of both Warners‘ Hall H presentation in the morning and DC Entertainment’s Wonder Woman 75 All-Star Panel in the afternoon.
Wonder Woman has been a primary focus for DC and Warner Bros. at this year’s Comic-Con. In addition to the Wednesday unveiling of the Invisible Jet art installation, DC and Warner Bros. Consumer Products on Thursday announced the release of four new Wonder Woman stamps in partnership with the United States Postal Service.
Wonder Woman, which also stars Chris Pine, Connie Nielsen and Robin Wright, is set to bow June 2, 2017.
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Jon M. Chu