“Wonder Woman”, No surprise, a new rumor indicates that the Batman played by Ben Affleck will continue to mark its presence in the universe of films based on DC Comics superheroes. After appearing in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice and briefly in Suicide Squad, the next appearance of the bat man would take shape in the film Wonder Woman.
In Flickering Myth they argue that the information arises from people who saw the test functions of the film directed by Patty Jenkins, arguing that there is a cameo by Bruce Wayne, which is not surprising since a couple of months after Wonder Woman Will premiere The League of Justice.
To point out, and even though Wonder Woman will stage during World War I, the rumor suggests that the beginning of the film will be in a contemporary setting, in the framework of the events of Batman and Superman.
While in Paris, Diana would have an email exchange with Bruce Wayne, who sends him that photo he found on Lex Luthor's hard drive.
That image of the past would be the one that would lead to Wonder Woman to remember the time in which it fought with Steve Trevor during the great war, initiating to the film that will arrive at the cinemas in June of this year.
#3 A great release date: June 2, 2017
This rumor makes sense, although in the past there were several rumors about the structure that Wonder Woman will have. Before the script rewrites, the film was supposed to be developed in World War I, and then continue its conflict in a contemporary setting to make the direct link with the Justice League. The answer is quick. Not for me. I know that if you read in other websites or reviews put it as the "new" but for the moment, recognizing that it is a good series, I entertained no more than other DC. I recommend it? Of course. I'm saying it's a good series, that no one is led astray, but I do not dare say it's the best, that's just it.
As in other weeks we will talk about the other collections of this Renaissance, and you will get an idea of everything I'm talking about. And it is that this Renaissance has collections of a very high level.
Wonder Woman begins in a very significant way and I think that intelligent, although perhaps it can annoy the followers of the last and sacred stage of Brian Azzarello.
Most of the DC series begin with a special called Rebirth, a sort of number 0 published before opening the regular adventures of the character. In Princess Diana's Rebirth, what her new screenwriter does, is to break with the past or rather put us in the testament of what happened?.
Greg Rucka is the new scriptwriter in charge of narrating the adventures of Wonder Woman and he does it considering, first, what reminiscences of Diana are the real, the real ones Was it born of the mud or the union of Hippolyta and God Zeus? With the New 52, a twist was made not only to its origin but to the development of the character. So, where do we come from? With the classic or the modern? Rucka does not interfere or clarify his preferences. There are two origins and any is valid For now.