‘Wonder Woman’: New Documentary Reveals DCEU Origins of the Amazonian Princess!! Check It Out!!

As part of Warner Bros. Entertainment’s recent installment of DC Tuesdays, fans everywhere had a chance to go behind the scenes of the company’s iconic comic book superhero Wonder Woman in a nearly hour-long documentary. But even if you missed the livestream event, you can watch the doc in its entirety here, courtesy of WBE and YouTube.

Star Gal Gadot features throughout the video in incredible behind-the-scenes footage that reveals everything about her transformation into the character from martial arts training, to her evolving wardrobe, to filming action-packed sequences that have become memorable moments in cinematic history. Zack Snyder and Deborah Snyder also appear to share their expertise on the character and her part to play in the DCEU. They offer commentary alongside a ton of other experienced individuals from the crew, be it the arts department, costumes and wardrobe, physical fitness and combat training, and many more. It’s a great watch if you, like the rest of us, are waiting for Wonder Woman 1984 but need your WW fix ASAP.

Check out the nearly hour-long Wonder Woman documentary here:

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The journey to become one of the most beloved and iconic DC Super Heroes of all time was a heroic journey for actress Gal Gadot.#WonderWoman has stood for nearly eighty years as a symbol of truth, justice and equality to people everywhere. Raised on the hidden island of Themyscira, Diana is an Amazon, like the figures of Greek legend, and her people’s gift to humanity. Spend time #AtHome #WithMe with the Goddess of Truth.

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