Fatima Rivera | Contributing Writer After the release of “Batman v. Superman,” fans have been ecstatic for Wonder Woman to have her own solo movie, bringing her character to the light. Released on June 2, WW has taken the world by storm and has become one of DC’s most iconic superheroes of the year. Beginning in modern day France, Diana (Gal Gadot), a curator at the Louvre’s Department of Antiquities, receives a briefcase from Wayne Enterprises containing a vintage photograph of four other men and Wonder Woman. Audiences can immediately identify that it is Diana herself. The scene is narrated by Gadot and immediately launches into her backstory. Plunging straight into Diana’s youth at the hidden island of Themyscira, Diana is seen watching other warriors train for battle and finding out more about the history of the Amazons by her mother, Queen Hippolyta (Connie Nielsen). After Diana received training from General Antiope (Robin Wright), a plane breaks through the force field and crashes into the ocean. Diana plunges into the water and rescues the man in the plane named Steve Trevor (Chris Pine), who is immediately followed by German soldiers and a battle begins on the shore. Afterward, Trevor […]
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