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Published On: Mon, Oct 26th, 2015

‘Wonder Woman’ details: prequel to ‘Batman v Superman,’ like ‘Thor’ with a Batman cameo

Wonder Woman is just a few weeks away from the start of production, and while there still isn’t a whole lot fans know about it, but JoBlo gave a synopsis of details and spoilers. Gal Gadot and Chris Pine will star for director Patty Jenkins,

“Some of it in World War I, more of it in the modern day. Although by “modern day,” we mean “a few months before Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.” Yep, it’s a prequel,” the coverage states, noting that “Steve Trevor and Wonder Woman (are) trying to stop Circe and Ares from starting World War III in the present day.”

Comparisons to Thor are obvious, first with her look.

Super mythological — “the Thor of the DCCU,” apparently. Expect Ares commanding an army of winged demons, Circe turning into a Chimera-like monster, stuff like that.

Wonder Woman will have an invisible jet, but “not a ton” and “One of its jobs will be getting Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor off Paradise Island,” JoBlo states.

“Batman will cameo at some point in the middle of the movie, and then meet her after the finale. That’s when they establish the relationship that brings her into Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice…”

For much, much more, including info on what the villains’ plans are, what their costumes will look like, what Batman’s doing, and when we’ll see the invisible jet, click over to JoBlo.

Wonder Woman opens on June 23, 2017.

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