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“Diana jumps onto the wall of a building, springing off it, SMASHING through a WINDOW of another building – the source of more gunfire! Diana lands in the middle of a group of ARMED GERMAN SOLDIERS. She goes into action, kicking a TABLE – smashing it into two soldiers! She deflects bullets with her bracelets, turning to the other soldiers – sending them flying with her fists, her shield.”
Wonder Woman Script

Wonder Woman (2017) dir. Patty Jenkins


Wonder Woman (2017)

“I used to want to save the world. To end war and bring peace to mankind. But then, I glimpsed the darkness that lives within their light. I learned that inside every one of them, there will always be both. The choice each must make for themselves – something no hero will ever defeat. I’ve touched the darkness that lives in between the light. Seen the worst of this world, and the best. Seen the terrible things men do to each other in the name of hatred, and the lengths they’ll go to for love. Now I know. Only love can save this world. So I stay. I fight, and I give… for the world I know can be. This is my mission, now. Forever.”

Wonder Woman (2017) dir. Patty Jenkins

I am Diana of Themyscira, daughter of Hippolyta, Queen of the Amazons…

Diana and Steve Trevor in Wonder Woman: Bloodlines (2019)

Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016), dir. Zack Snyder

“Bringing any character to the big screen comes with its own challenges. Wonder Woman, specifically, I think the nuance of her character, the compassionate hero, is something that can get lost very easily. The guy in the alley that she knocks down, other superheroes would have a foot on his chest and said, “Okay, where’s Ares?” We can’t do that. That’s not who she is. She would come by him, and kneel down, and say, “I’m gonna help you, but tell me where he is.” It’s a very subtle difference in the character. But that’s the challenge of bringing her origin story to the screen, is really making sure that the character embodies everything that Wonder Woman is. Because she’s not just another character. She’s an icon. She’s Wonder Woman. And she means a lot to so many of us.” — Geoff Johns