Modern-day Barry Allen time travels back to World War II and joins forces with the Justice Society of America, led by Wonder Woman, in the upcoming DC Animated movie, Justice Society: World War II.
After many release date changes and uncertainty about if it would get a theatrical release at all, Wonder Woman 1984 is finally out in whatever theaters are open plus HBO Max at home. Check out our review to see how we thought it stacked up against the first movie.
Although she’s been a major player in the DC Universe Justice League animated movies, Wonder Woman hasn’t had a solo animated film since 2009 but that will change in October as Rosario Dawson is back to voice Diana in the new Wonder Woman: Bloodlines.
After two messy (but still interesting, at least to us) DC Extended Universe movies last year, 2017 gets off on much more solid footing with the fantastic solo Wonder Woman movie, as the perfectly cast and bad ass Gal Gadot as Diana heads to World War I to hunt down Ares, the God of War, with American agent Steve Trevor (Chris Pine)
The final Wonder Woman trailer is here to confirm that Diana is going to kick everyone’s ass when she leaves her home to join the fight during World War I in her upcoming solo entry in the DCEU.