Watch the Latest Trailer For 'Wonder Woman' Movie

It seems someone on the marketing team for Warner Bros has dropped the ball on the latest cross promotion for superhero film Wonder Woman. The action-packed thriller which is set to be released is now being promoted with think Thin diet products

It seems someone on the marketing team for Warner Bros has dropped the ball on the latest cross promotion for superhero film Wonder Woman. The action-packed thriller which is set to be released is now being promoted with think Thin diet products

Warner Bros. UK this weekend released the brand new, final trailer for upcoming DC Extended Universe release, Wonder Woman.

One of the most anticipated films of 2017 - "Wonder Woman" - is all set to take cinema lovers by storm.

The trailer begins with a very young Diana being tucked into bed by her mother, Queen Hippolyta. And, oh yeah, she kicks a lot of ass - a lot of male ass, to be specific. Furthermore, the footage reveals jaw-dropping fight sequences with soldiers and gives us a glimpse of her battle with Ares as well. Most likely, this means that tonight's trailer will be the last full-length one.

Wonder Woman began filming in November 2015 and wrapped filming in May 2016. The new trailer was introduced at the award ceremony by actor Gal Gadot, who plays the film's titular character.

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Later, as investors started leaving the ballroom, organizers physically surrounded attendees to stop them from giving interviews . According to the Washington Post , Meyer's relationship with Kushner was included in promotional materials for the presentation.

Now we all just have to wait until the full movie hits theaters on June 2. The exclusive fourth trailer for the MTV awards seems to be in response to the lack of promotion Wonder Woman has gotten.

She opened the message in English, with "Hello, Israel!" but quickly transitioned into Hebrew, saying, "You really think I'd talk to you in English?!"

Gadot is joined by Chris Pine as her love interest and an all-star cast that includes David Thewlis and Robin Wright. Hopefully, the final film, manages to carry all of that energy and momentum with it throughout the entire length of the Patty Jenkins directed adventure starring Gal Gadot.

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