The New Wonder Woman Trailer Gets Into the Brass Tacks of Superhero Origin Stories: Training Montages and Angst
While previous Wonder Woman trailers have focused on the serious (and seriously dour) scrapes Diana gets into during World War I, a new Wonder Woman trailer shifts focus, depicting the serious scrapes Diana gets into as an Amazonian youth. (Twist!) Because stopping a bullet ain’t no thing when you’ve absorbed the brunt of a sword sheathed by mommy dearest. Yes, the latest look at Wonder Woman finally cops to the origin-story angle of it all, difficult childhood, etc., which is good because it’s about time that the relationship between teenage girl and mother gets the brutal rendering it deserves. Wonder Woman arrives in June, Hera be praised.
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