Sure, Diana Prince is great and all, but we know the real star of the Wonder Woman movie was Etta Candy, Diana’s woman-at-arms and her posh guide to London customs and fashion. In a new clip promoting the upcoming Blu-Ray release of the film, Etta (Lucy Davis) gives her own perspective on things.
Wonder Woman’s box office sweep continues. The film has already broken records for having the highest US opening weekend for a woman director. As of this box office weekend, it became the highest grossing domestic release from the DC Extended Universe ever.
Diana of Themiscyra has taken her place at the top of DC’s movie trinity—at least, at the US domestic box office. This morning, Wonder Woman officially topped Batman v Superman for the highest domestic box office within the DCEU, and even did so like it was possessed by the speedforce itself.
One of the coolest visuals in Wonder Woman was when Diana went undercover at a German party to take down General Erich Ludendorff, concealing her Godkiller sword down the back of her dress. It was both sexy and badass, and it’s inspired some women to slide blades down their own ballgowns. Sure, it looks awesome. But…
I’m glad I waited as long as I did. Cause If I saw it in the midst of the think pieces and the hoopla I would have been really mad. It was fine. It was good. But I didn’t feel some sort of transcendence as a woman or whatever.
Looks like Wonder Woman’s headed for a $100 million opening weekend!
math is your friend. :)
Within a matter of hours, a movie theater in Austin, Texas sold out its first women-only screening of DC’s Wonder Woman, and they’re already planning at least one more showing. Unfortunately, the laws of the internet dictate that anytime women get something cool, some men have to bitch about it.
Huge scope, massive action, painful self-sacrifice, a story spanning generations, the final Wonder Woman trailer is epic in every way imaginable.
The latest glimpse of the upcoming Wonder Woman movie takes us back in time, to show how an Amazon princess becomes a hero capable of inspiring the whole world.
Next January, Melissa Benoist’s Supergirl finally gets the action figure she deserves, and she’s joined by a fellow CW heroine, and a really unique take on Wonder Woman. May god have mercy on your wallets.
It’s Wonder Woman’s 75th anniversary, and the Amazon superhero’s starring in a new title that goes back and forth between her past and present. Part of that past, says series writer Greg Rucka, is the fact that Diana has to have had romantic relationships with women.
is out tomorrow.
Sure, you’d think she’s dress as Supergirl for the occasion, but I guess Supergirl’s cape would’ve been a hazard while running an obstacle course like this. That said, her choice of DC superhero does not get in the way of Jessie Graff absolutely destroying this obstacle course like it was a walk in a National City…
(SEXUAL ASSAULT TRIGGER WARNING)
Warner Bros’ CinemaCon presentation started off with a bang tonight: a 15-minute spotlight on upcoming DC Films. It touted the huge success of Batman v Superman (and the head of WB confirmed that Ben Affleck will be directing a solo Batman movie), showed the new trailer for Suicide Squad, and did a sizzle reel that…
Wonder Woman Batman v. Superman is out next week. I’ve been reading and re-reading some things. I thought I’d make a post recommending a few Wonder Woman stories, if anyone’s interested.
It’s amazing that anyone would ever dismiss Wonder Woman. She’s a better fighter than Superman, and more powerful than 99.9 of most other DC characters... and she’s got the fight card to prove it. Besides all the villains she’s defeated, here are some of the fellow superheroes she’s had occasion to trounce.
Here’s a pic of Chris Pine in costume as Steve Trevor and Said Taghmaoui as an unnamed character: