Wonder Woman Reveals Her Unexciting Weekend In New 'Justice League' TV Spot
Diana Prince plays the role of a mild-mannered museum curator in a new television spot for the [...]
Diana Prince plays the role of a mild-mannered museum curator in a new television spot for the Justice League movie.
In the new spot, Diana (Gal Gadot) claims that she did nothing interesting over the weekend because she's just not very exciting. This is spliced together with shots of Diana in action as Wonder Woman helping to lead the Justice League against an army of Parademons.
Take a look above.
In previous promotions for Justice League, Gal Gadot has explained the vital role Wonder Woman plays as a member of the team.
"For me, it was important that she be the glue of the team," Gadot said. "I think that one of the special and beautiful things about Diana is that she cares for people in the most sincere way. So in her scenes, I made sure that she would make every one of them feel stronger, loved and capable. The story in Justice League is far bigger than Diana; it's about the entire League."
She also said that working with the Justice League is a different experience from when Diana joined Steve Trevor's team in Wonder Woman.
"I think the only difference is that they have to work together," Gadot said. "It's like a dance. One of them should set up the hit and then another should deliver it at the perfect time. I think that fighting alongside the team puts more stress on Diana because she doesn't want anything to happen to any of them."
In this film, Wonder Woman co-leads the team alongside Batman.
"I think that both of them are very alpha-type," Gadot told SFX Magazine. "Both of them deal with their past and both of them will do everything to make a better world and fight crime and fight evil. So we share a lot in common. It's like yin and yang. They work well together. He has everything that she doesn't, she has everything that he doesn't, and they work for the same cause...She's warmer and more loving and open, and he's more sophisticated."
Justice League is now playing in theaters. The film will be followed in the DC Extended Universe by Aquaman on December 21, 2018, Wonder Woman 2 on November 1, 2019, Shazam on April 5, 2019, Cyborg in 2020, and Green Lantern Corps in 2020.