The First Wonder Woman Movie Footage Is Finally Here, and We Couldn’t Be More Excited!

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It’s an understatement that Wonder Woman has been waiting a looooooong time to get her turn with a film adaptation, and with that reality finally on the horizon, the wait to see what it’ll look like has only gotten more agonizing. Last night, The CW finally brought our first look at the Amazon warrior’s solo outing, and we can’t wait for more.

Sadly, it’s not a full trailer, but we do get a few good scenes with a bit of explanation from Gal Gadot, who’ll debut as the character in Batman v Superman before helming the solo movie, as well as the director, Patty Jenkins, and a few others. As Wonder Woman‘s first film, they’ll be going the origin story route (that the current DC film universe is actively avoiding retreading with Batman) in an effort to show the wider moviegoing audience why this character is so beloved by superhero fans.

Sign us up. With just over a year and half to wait for its slated June 23, 2017 release date, we’ll be seeing a lot more from Wonder Woman in the near future, and we wouldn’t have it any other way.

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