Check out the above and DRINK IN the beautiful Wonder Woman movie logo (symbol?) rendered in layered steel bars representing the reflective, unbending resilience of incomparable womanly strength! YES! From where does this heavenly, firmly woven, immaculate symbol of brushed copper and rigid gold hail? Why, from the official Wonder Woman Twitter page!
Wonder Woman, you see, is a descendant of godly heritage. Maybe. Well, we haven’t seen Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice yet, but we know how she appears in the 2.5 trailers we’ve been subjected to. Obviously, we haven’t seen the Wonder Woman film yet, but we know how she appears due to several series of recently released set images. Batman V Superman occurs in the present; Wonder Woman occurs during WWI. What’s the common, binding element? Her appearance; it hasn’t changed AT ALL. This means she’s freaking immortal and therefore descended from godly beings ostensibly identified as the Greek gods. OR…or, the ‘Greek gods’ are in fact Kryptonians and she’s like..uh…Super-Woman or something. Maybe.
Wonder Woman (or SuperWoman) stars Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Robin Wright, Danny Huston, Säid Taghmaoui, David Thewlis, Elena Anaya, Ewen Bremner, and Lucy Davis. The film is directed by Patty Jenkins and written by Jason Fuchs.