Looks like we got our final look at the “Wonder Woman” as the final trailer here and boy, it does way more than the first trailer we got.
The final trailer for the movie didn’t really add too much more than what we got in the first trailer. We did get to see more of Gal Gadot’s portrayal as well who is the villain of the movie is. Before we get into it, can we just talk about how/why they feel the need to have a few second intro in front of the trailer? It’s rather pointless because it’s not adding anything to the trailer but rather just rubbing in our faces the release day two times more than they need to. I’m totally for changing up the game with the trailers but this is pointless and a waste of time. Not to mention, as a waste of money. Use that time to put more scene #EndRant
The trailer added onto the previous trailer which isn’t really done with trailers. You end up forgetting about the first one when the second trailer comes out unless it’s about different characters in a movie. DC Comics did a great job in showcasing new tidbits and old to where you remember the first trailer. This trailer though is the strongest out of both. It just features more, which is expected when it’s the final trailer before the release of the movie.
The villain of the movie, besides Ares, is Doctor Poison, which is the worst name for a villain. It’s like naming your children “The Redheaded lightning bolt” because they are a redhead and run really fast. I like how we haven’t really seen Ares yet in any of the trailers. I have a feeling that we won’t see him until the very end of the movie right before the credits. DC has done an amazing job building suspense on him and keeping him towards the end is exactly what they need to do to keep that rolling. Hopefully, they don’t drop the ball with the Ares unveil. They probably will because this is DC Comics we are talking about and they aren’t known for their movies being good. Just their TV shows, which I plan on talking about all at once.
I wasn’t a big fan of Gal Gadot in this trailer. It wasn’t her strongest portrayal of “Wonder Woman.” In parts of it, it seems like she was slightly trying too hard and her accent, while she has a slight one to begin with, was way too strong and thick. I get why they gave Princess Diana one but it’s just too much. I hope that it just how it seems in the trailer and she actually kills it in the movie. I have faith that it will even itself out.
Overall, The trailer wasn’t bad at all. It was probably the best trailer so far for any DC movies coming out this calendar year. It shows more and adds on to the previous trailer. In case you didn’t know from the trailer, “Wonder Woman” is going to be released on June 2nd.
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