Penguin isn’t the only person who’s bringing the lounge to Gotham City.
From the shores of Themyscira to the trenches of World War I, Wonder Woman promises to take us on quite a journey when it makes its debut later this year. Landing in theaters on June 2, 2017, we’re already counting the days. But for those of you who just can’t wait, we have three new images from the film for you to enjoy.
Debuting on EW.com, they show three different faces of Gal Gadot’s Diana—one glamorous, one on horseback and one ready to lift what appears to be a rather important sword. You can check them out below!
To make your mark on the future, it helps to take stock of where you’ve been. 2017 promises to be an exciting year for DC and its fans, but before we celebrate the new year, we thought we’d look back on 2016 and consider some of the places we’ve been. DC made some bold choices in the worlds of comics, film and TV, and many of them set our course for the months and years ahead. The past year was full of memorable moments, but some of these moments held real significance. Some of them really mattered. So as we do every year at this time, we thought we’d discuss a few of them.
Just in time for Batman Day, Zack Snyder gave us another great look at Ben Affleck’s Dark Knight as we’ll be seeing him in Justice League. Earlier today, he tweeted a photo of Batman standing alongside the Batmobile and sporting a new Tactical Batsuit that we haven’t yet seen.
If you’ve seen Suicide Squad, you know what an important role music plays in the movie. Boasting a soundtrack that’s a perfect mixture of classic rock, new alternative and stirring orchestral beats, Suicide Squad sounds as great as it looks, with many of its moments made even more memorable by the song that accompanies them. While there were many people behind Suicide Squad’s look and sound, the shape of the movie’s score rests almost entirely in the hands of one man—composer Steven Price.