'What I do is not up to you:' Gal Gadot takes up the fight as new action-packed Wonder Woman trailer debuts Comic-Con
Warner Brothers has released an exciting new trailer for the highly-anticipated Wonder Woman movie.
Gal Gadot, who debuted in the iconic role in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice this summer, stars in the trailer, which debuted at Comic-Con in San Diego on Saturday.
Its release comes after the Israeli model-turned actress, 31, posted an image of herself in costume on Twitter Friday, calling the role a 'dream come true.'
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New look: Gal Gadot stars in an explosive new Wonder Woman trailer that debuted at Comic-Con on Saturday
The explosive trailer begins with her character Diana living among the Amazon warriors on an all-female island, before she discovers Chris Pine washed up on the shore and embarks on her transformation to the iconic Wonder Woman and heads into battle.
'Before she was Wonder Woman, she was Diana, princess of the Amazons, trained to be an unconquerable warrior,' the trailer's official description says.
'Raised on a sheltered island paradise, when an American pilot crashes on their shores and tells of a massive conflict raging in the outside world, Diana leaves her home, convinced she can stop the threat.
'Fighting alongside man in a war to end all wars, Diana will discover her full powers...and her true destiny.'
Origin story: The trailer begins with Diana discovering Chris Pines' character washed up on her Amazonian Island
'You're a man!': Chris plays a fighter pilot, the first man Diana has ever seen
Home: Diana lives on an island of Amazonian warriors, before she ventures out into the world to become Wonder Woman
The action-packed trailer has plenty of fight scenes with Wonder Woman's shield, sword and of course her glowing golden lasso of truth.
In one sequence, the heroine pulls a giant sword out of the back of her blue ball gown as she's warned to be careful on the outside world.
It also shows the Amazonian beauty dealing with men for the first time, after being raised in a woman-only world. And she's not always impressed with what she sees.
In one scene, she tells a secretary that her job sounds like 'slavery.' And the feminist icon quickly puts Chris Pines' character in his place when he tries to forbid her from fulfilling her destiny.
'What I do is not up to you,' she says.
Warning: Gal wears a blue ball gown with her sword tucked in the back at a swanky dinner
Fighter: The 31-year-old model made her debut as Wonder Woman in Superman V Batman: Dawn of Justice this summer
Taking up the fight: Gal wears the iconic Wonder Woman costume in action-packed scenes
Amazonian: The women ride into battle on horseback
The trailer begins with Diana discovering Chris' fighter pilot character washed up on the beach at her Amazonian island.
'You're a man,' she says in astonishment.
'Yeah. I mean, do I not look like one?' the 35-year-old says, confused.
As she prepares to leave the island with him and enter the world for the first time to take up the fight, she's warned: 'Be careful Diana. They do not deserve you.'
Future blockbuster: Wonder Woman hits theaters in June, 2017
Golden touch: Wonder Woman fights off her enemies with her shield and lasso
Action: One slow-mo sequence shows the iconic DC character doing battle with sword and shield
Battle: The Amazonian is unbreakable in hand-to-hand combat
Later, Wonder Woman explains that she's never met a man before.
'I mean what about your father?' Chris' pilot puzzles.
'I had no father. I was brought to life by Zeus,' she explains.
Stumped, he replies: 'Well, that's neat.'
World without men: 'I had no father. I was brought to life by Zeus,' she explains
Step back: 'What I do is not up to you,' she declares when he tries to stop her joining the fight
Racing into battle: The film is part of Warner Brothers' planned line up of summer blockbusters based on DC Comics characters
In addition to Gal and Chris, the film stars Robin Wright and actors Connie Nielsen, David Thewlis, Danny Huston, Elena Anaya, Ewen Bremner and Saïd Taghmaoui.
The film is helmed by Monster director Patty Jenkins, with Batman V Superman director Zack Snyder listed as one of the producers.
Wonder Woman will hit theaters on June 2 next year.
Feminist hero: Wonder Woman wields her glowing lasso of truth
Take that! The baddie doesn't stand a chance against Wonder Woman
On Friday, Gal posted a first look at the Wonder Woman poster on Twitter, writing: 'A dream come true! Happy to finally share this with you all ⚔ #brandspakingnew #WonderWoman #WWxSDCC.' (sic)
She is seen in semi-profile in the shot which showcases her fierce red and blue bodiced costume, and she holds her sword.
Pilot: Chris stars as a fighter pilot who pairs up with Wonder Woman in the 'war to end all wars'
The poster's tag line reads: 'Power, Grace, Wisdom, Wonder.'
Gal explained recently that the character is multi-layered.
'She has the heart of a human so she can be emotional, she’s curious, she’s compassionate, she loves people,' gal told EW of Diana Price, her character's alter-ego, recently.
She added: 'And then she has the powers of a goddess'.
The actress also revealed she thinks 'only a woman' could direct the film in order 'to tell the story in the right way.'
Living the dream: The actress shared a first look at the new Wonder Woman trailer with fans on Friday
Iconic: The much-anticipated first poster of the Wonder Woman movie has the tag line 'Power. Grace. Wisdom. Wonder'
Wonder Woman! The model-turned-actress debuted in the role earlier this year in Ben Affleck's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
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