I guess Zack Snyder is the kind of guy who remembers anniversaries. We got our first look at J.K. Simmons’s Commissioner Gordon last month for Batman Day, and with Wonder Woman celebrating her 75th anniversary today, Snyder has offered up a new look at Gal Gadot‘s Amazonian superhero in action for Justice League.
Though her appearance was brief, Gadot’s Wonder Woman was widely praised as one of the highlights from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, so folks are pretty eager to see what the Princess of the Amazons gets up to next. While we’ll get our next dose of Diana Prince when Wonder Woman lands in theaters next June, that film is set back in World War I, so we won’t get to catch up on her post-BvS adventures until Justice League arrives in November.
For now, we can get a taste of her badassery in action with Snyder’s latest tease. Check out the new image below.
Warner Bros. has definitely been playing an unusually active marketing strategy throughout the production of Justice League, most likely to get ahead of the negative critical reception to this year’s DC releases Batman v Superman and Suicide Squad. They invited a huge amount of press to the London set and immediately lifted the embargo, they debuted the first trailer at Comic-Con (and prevented another Suicide Squad-style leak by releasing the footage immediately online). Likewise, Snyder has been pretty active and open with Justice League tidbits on social media — in addition to Gordon, Snyder has revealed looks at a new tactical Batsuit, Amber Heard‘s Mera, and a genuinely delightful behind-the-scenes video to celebrate the end of production.
To catch up with all of the latest Justice League and Wonder Woman news, check out the links below.
- ‘Aquaman’: James Wan Teases “Swashbuckling Action” & Indiana Jones Influence
- ‘Justice League’: Jason Momoa Thanks Cast & Crew As Filming Wraps in London
- ‘Wonder Woman’ Will Be More Optimistic Than ‘Batman v Superman’ Promise Filmmakers
- ‘Justice League’: Zack Snyder’s Behind-the-Scenes Image Reveals a Deathstroke Scene
- ‘Wonder Woman’ International Trailer Features New Footage, Russian Accents