‘Batman v Superman’: First Photo of Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman


‘Batman v Superman’ is undoubtedly one of the movies that generated lots of excitement at Comic-Con in San Diego. Director Zack Snyder, was present at the convention to release new images and show the film’s trailer.

Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill and Gal Gadot were accompanied by Snyder during his brief appearance at Comic-Con. There, performers greeted fans and attendees who gathered to see the anticipated trailer for the film.

Unfortunately, only some were able to see the first trailer in full. Lucky viewers witnessed Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill giving life to their respective characters. At the beginning of the video, we see Batman, with his new ‘mechanical’ style, on a rainy night. Then, Batman activates the Bat-signal, with the new logo, and while the beam is projected in the sky, we see Superman, with bright red eyes. After this vision of the man of steel, the camera cuts to a cast clad in black showing us the full title of the movie.

The Comic-Con in San Diego also saw the first official image of Wonder Woman with a spectacular Gal Gadot, with sword in hand, and just like the players, wearing a suit with various metallic touches.

After a delay of almost a year, it is expected that ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’ will be released May 6, 2016 where, presumably, it will match the third installment of the Captain America by Marvel at the box office. This film will be followed with the Justice League, the which Snyder will also direct.

The script for ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’ is written by Chris Terrio (winner of the Oscar for ‘Argo’) on the basis of a history of David S. Goyer (the ‘Dark Knight’, ‘Man of Steel’). The film will kick off a bunch of Warner Bros. films based on DC Comics characters.


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